Daily Rundown August 5, 2020

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Ashtabula calling back furloughed employees CARES Act bails out city from economic downturn due to COVID-19

Cuyahoga County Board of Health issues response to image of Health Commissioner Terry Allan in blackface

Mayor Frank Jackson offers Cleveland rec centers, libraries as drop sites for absentee ballots, state checking legality

See what Nov. 3 polling places could look like from Tuesday’s Special Election in Maple Heights (photos, video)

Cuyahoga County allowing employees to serve as poll workers to offset shortage in November election

Voters reject additional levy for new Springfield school district funds

Election costs shoot up due to COVID-19 safety concerns

Lucas County Board of Elections pleads for volunteer poll workers

Toledo city council to re-vote on tax issues

Students In Ohio's K-12 Schools Must Wear Masks

What you need to know to ensure your mail-in ballot gets counted

How did the first Ohio in-person voting go during the pandemic? So far, so good, voters and poll workers say

Part 4: Householder directs dirty campaign to save bailout as millions flow

Dr. Amy Acton resigns as Gov. Mike DeWine’s adviser

Districts go round and round on school bus reopening plan

Biden campaign announces largest ad buy ever by a presidential candidate

Chasm grows between Trump and government coronavirus experts

Trump's demand for US cut of a TikTok deal is unprecedented

Second stimulus checks: Sides hope to reach deal this week on package with $1,200 payments

Coronavirus in Ohio Tuesday update: 95,106 cases, 3,570 deaths, 71,338 recoveries

What happened to Ohio's COVID-19 modeling? It isn't happening anymore

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