Ohio Lawmakers Want to Move the Presidential Primary to May
What this could mean for the 2024 election
Ohio lawmakers are eyeing a change to the election schedule as the 2024 presidential race begins to heat up.
A new provision of the two-year budget would move Ohio's presidential primary election from March to May. House lawmakers added the measure to their version of the spending plan after working on the proposal put forward by Gov. Mike DeWine.
Rep. Jay Edwards, R-Nelsonville, said many members want to see the primary date changed.
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