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Seth A. Richardson


Reno, NV, United States

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Past articles by Seth:

Ohio state representative says she would consider banning birth control following abortion outlaw

State Rep. Jean Schmidt, a Clermont County Republican, said during a radio interview she would entertain a debate about banning birth control. → Read More

Geraldo Rivera considering run for U.S. Senate in Ohio

The longtime journalist and conservative political commentator said he was mulling a bid to succeed GOP Sen. Rob Portman, who will not seek re-election. → Read More

Former Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel announces Senate bid

Mandel, who bowed out of the 2018 Senate race, officially announced his candidacy on Wednesday. → Read More

Amy Acton is considering a run for Senate, sources say

Acton, the former director of the Ohio Department of Health, became widely known during the early stages of the pandemic as a mainstay of the governor's daily briefings. → Read More

Mike Bloomberg Super PAC outspending Donald Trump in Ohio after pumping $3.7 million in ads into state in final week

The onetime Democratic presidential hopeful is helping his primary rival, Joe Biden, in the final stretch of the race. → Read More

Republican former Gov. John Kasich revives ‘Two Paths’ for Democratic National Convention speech

The Ohio Republican retooled a campaign classic for his speech in support of Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden at the Democratic National Convention on Monday. → Read More

Never Trump groups look to flip Ohio for Joe Biden

Two prominent groups founded by Republicans opposed to President Donald Trump are targeting Ohio for 2020. → Read More

Donald Trump tells Toledo crowd Ohio had its ‘best year economically,’ even as the state lost jobs

During a winding 90-minute speech in front of a packed crowd at the Huntington Center in Toledo, President Donald Trump was fast and loose with much of the truth about the economy in the Buckeye State. → Read More

Prominent Democratic super PAC says Ohio isn’t a top priority in 2020

Other states like Arizona and Georgia are seen as likelier pickups. → Read More

Sherrod Brown says he won’t take corporate PAC money if he runs for president

That's a change for Brown, who has taken corporate money as recently as 2018. → Read More

Comedian Julie Klausner details full encounter with John Kasich taking her airplane seat

Julie Klausner said the former governor took her seat on an airline after being bumped from first class. → Read More

Issue 2 opponents, backed by big pharma, outspend proponents 4-to-1

Consultants and media firms bank big on the spending. → Read More

Mandel hauls in half of Brown at $1.3M, Gibbons brings in $690K

Republican Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel brought in $1.3 million in the fundraising period from April 1 to June 30. That's half of his prospective opponent Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown. → Read More

State lawmakers reach deal to pass budget, tax pot and end session on time

After a break down in negotiations last week, legislators found a way Friday to end the session on time. → Read More

Nevada bites back: Governor signs bill banning dog leasing

Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed a bill outlawing the practice as of July 1. → Read More

Nevada bites back: Governor signs bill banning dog leasing

Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed a bill outlawing the practice as of July 1. → Read More

Legislature bites back: Governor signs bill banning dog leasing

Bristlecone Holdings, a Reno-based financial firm, made dog leasing famous. Now, that practice is about to become illegal in the state. → Read More

WCSD: District deficit could grow by $13 million because of state funding formula

The Washoe County School District was already facing a $40 million budget hole. → Read More

Analysis: Why do politicians wait until the last minute for big deals?

Lawmakers are inching toward a deal on education savings accounts. So what's the hold up? → Read More

Democratic lawmaker: ESA votes there if GOP gets on board

A deal on education savings accounts might be coming sooner rather than later after a Monday hearing. → Read More