This report updates Ohioans’ views on four controversies concerning state government: legislative redistricting, early voting, term limits, and length of a single legislative term. To one degree or another, these “governing controversies” reflect a tension between the role of popular opinion and professional opinion in the operation of state government, especially the state legislature. These issues may be addressed by the Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission, currently convened to study and propose possible changes to the state constitution (http://www.ocmc.ohio.gov/ocmc/home).
Reports from the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics
Green, John C., "Governing Controversies: A View from the Ohio Public" (2014). Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics. 1.
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