Usa Today Hosting Town Hall Meeting On Election Reform In Ohio

AThe forum runs from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ohio Union, 1739 N. High St., Columbus. Among the topics to be discussed: redistricting, primary reform, and resolving disputed elections. AIts part of the BPCas Commission on Political Reform, which launched in March. The commission will recommend and push for specific electoral and congressional reforms next year, according to a news release. Want to go? Click here.A You can follow the discussion at #EngageUSA Heres whos appearing: Former Ohio Governors Ted Strickland (D) and Bob Taft (R) Joseph A. Alutto, Interim President, The Ohio State University Robert Bauer, Former White House counsel under President Obama ABen Ginsberg, Former national counsel to the Romney for President campaign Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie Susan Page, Washington Bureau Chief, USA TODAY Dan Glickman, Former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ann M.

Michael Orozco added to USA roster for Jamaica and Panama qualifiers

national team roster for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Jamaica and Panama. The Puebla defender joins the team to replace LA Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez, who has been ruled out with a left hip strain after being subbed off at halftime of his last club match. Orozco has made five appearances for the USA in 2013 and has 10 caps overall. The U.S. national team has already booked its place in the 2014 World Cup and will be looking to close out qualifying as the top team in the CONCACAF Hexagonal for the third time in a row. Jurgen Klinsmann’s side currently holds a one-point edge over Costa Rica at the top of the group. Follow GOAL.COM on Twitter COMMENTARY | As he perfects his tan aboard a $300,000 boat off Florida’s shores, I can’t help but wonder if Alex Rodriguez has fallen off the deep end or is merely borrowing a page from his girlfriend’s playbook. Yahoo Contributor Network More like this Remove Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning… Business Insider Washington (AFP) – Battle lines were drawn Monday over the name of Washington’s beloved American football team, after President Barack Obama indicated he’d favor something less racially charged than Redskins. AFP