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  Ohio GOP moves forward bill to strip powers from Board of Ed. after losing control to Democrats
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Last EditedRP  Nov 22, 2022 04:21pm
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AuthorMorgan Trau
News DateMonday, November 21, 2022 10:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionDemocratic-affiliated candidates won control over the State Board of Education in Ohio, and one week later, Republican lawmakers moved a bill forward to strip their powers.

Three of the five seats up for grabs were taken by liberal candidates. Tom Jackson, of Solon, beat out incumbent Tim Miller by about 50,000 votes. Teresa Fedor, a now-former state senator from Toledo, beat opponent Sarah McGervey by more than 30,000 votes. Katie Hofmann, of Cincinnati, beat out incumbent Jenny Kilgore by around 30,000 votes.
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