Ohio Auditor Says Issue May Exist Re: County’s Spending For Ballot Applications as Being “Contrary to Law”

Unbelievable. Cuyahoga County Executive Ed Fitzgerald referenced this development during the County Council meeting, about an hour ago.  His question, which I and I’m sure many others share: if the public spending by the BOE has not been contrary to law for the last few elections, how did it all of a sudden become contrary to law now?  Yost calls it an outcome for a “finding for recovery” if they (the auditor’s office) finds that the public spending is contrary to law.

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