Ohio State Representative Alicia Reece is hosting a job fair for her district today. The 33rd District Job fair is running from 10 AM to 2 PM at the National Guard Training and Recreation Center at 10050 Woodlawn Blvd. in Woodlawn. The first hour is open solely to veterans from 10-11a, then it will be […]

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Many who believe in equal access to the ballot box were shaken when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a key section of the Voting…


The Ohio House has voted to ban red-light and speed cameras in the state. The measure was crafted after controversy from the Elmwood Place cameras that were ordered turned off by a Hamilton County judge. It would allow for monitoring in school zones however. Most of the local state reps voted for this bill, except […]


Yesterday, on The Lincoln Ware Show, Lincoln Ware was talking about a local news story that asked why no minorities have announced to run for mayor this year. Lincoln brought up a few names that he believed would have a good chance in being Mark Mallory’s successor. Although Lincoln believes the mayoral candidates, he listed, […]

We’ve talked about voter I.D. and voter suppression on this website, and on the radio for quite a while. Our dialogue about it has not stopped. Sunday, during the Bobby Hilton Show, we reported that early voting is being extended in Ohio counties that vote mostly Republican. Some of these counties include Warren and Butler […]


A week from now high school athletes, all across the country, will be signing their college of choice. While most will be getting scholarships from universities, their living costs will not be covered for. State representative Alicia Reece wants to change that by introducing a bill, in the statehouse, that will allow state universities to […]


This week, state representative Alicia Reece sent a letter this week to U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder, requesting election monitors to Hamilton County for this year’s election. In the letter, she raises concerns for the county’s provisional ballot counting. She cites the 2010 juvenile court judge election and the county’s poll worker error as reasons […]


Will I-75 be renamed as the “Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Trail”? That could happen if state rep Denise Driehaus’s bill is signed into law. The state lawmaker is holding a news conference today discussing House Bill 57, which will designate I-75 as the “Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Trail”. According to the bill, the state transportation director does […]

Big election day, today. This year, the nation’s eyes are on Ohio, especially in regards to Issue two. Issue two is the referendum on whether Ohio Senate Bill 5 should be kept into law or repealed. Could this election be a preview of what’s to come in next year’s presidential election? According to state representitive […]

Could there be a more limited time to when you can vote in elections? Will you have to bring a state id when you go to the election polls? Ohio State Representative Alicia Reece called in to the TJMS to talk about how new voting reforms in Ohio will limit the window of opportunity you’re […]