# 315 - Live from State Route 315 on 1111, and Free Chase Young! (BONUS Edition)

NOTE: This is an extended bonus version of # 315, which is 10 minutes longer than its originally intended for air version.

Tonight on the Show:
- The Suspension of B*ckeye Superstar Chase Young (as of 11/09/19)
- The Big Races Recap (Winners at the Bottom): Kentucky & Virginia Go Blue, Low Voter Turnout, Big Suburban Races
- Little Brothers Week: Michigan (a two-TD favorite) hosts their Little Brother on Saturday; The following Saturday, the Fox Big Noon Kickoff returns for the Ohio/Penn State Game at the Shoe.

Columbus Mayor: Andrew James Ginther (Unopposed, with 6% Write-In Votes)
Bexley Mayor: Ben Kessler (also Unopposed)
Whitehall Mayor: Kim Maggard (also Unopposed)
New Albany Mayor: Sloan Spaulding (also Unopposed)
Grandview Heights Mayor: Greta Kearns (D) over Steven Reynolds
Grove City Mayor: Incumbent Richard L. "Ike" Stage (R) over Steven Robinette
Gahanna Mayor: Laurie A. Jadwin (R) over Ryan Jolley (D)
Reynoldsburg Mayor: Joe Begeny (D) over Barth Cotner (R)
Obetz Mayor: Angie Kirk over Incumbent D. Greg Scott
Franklin County Municipal Court Judges: Jessica D'Varga (D), Jodi Thomas (R), and for Environmental Court, Stephanie Mingo (R)

Other Big Suburban Headlines:
- New Albany Passed Issue 27, changing officially New Albany from a Village to a City
- Columbus City Council Incumbents Sweep Races; Yes We Can Slate Shut Out of City Council/School Board Races
- Openly LGBT Candidate Lori Trent is elected to the Upper Arlington School Board; Jeremy Blake and Melissa J. Anderson lose in their respective races for Newark Mayor and Grove City City Council - Ward 2.
- Bhuyan Pyakurel becomes the first Nepali/Bhutanese-American Elected Official, winning in Ward 3 for Reynoldsburg City Council.
- Bexley, Groveport-Madison, Westerville, (West) Jefferson Local, and (on its 9th try) Amanda-Clearcreek pass their school levies; Southwest Licking and Lakewood (both in Licking County) Schools see their respective levies fail
- Issue 10 passed in Franklin County (Franklin County Childrens' Services Levy)
- 3rd Places for Hilliard and Powell City Councils are Too Close to Call; Hilliard elects its first Democrat to City Council in 30 years; Incumbent Powell Mayor Bennedorf currently the 3rd Place vote-getter by only 11 votes