Where is the money?: Roads & Transportation State taxes go towards roads and transportation like buses, RTAs, highways, and roads. It is important so everybody has an equal opportunity to get where they need to go, for instance their job or school.
Where is the Money?: Sports & Recreation State taxes also go towards sports and recreation to build stadiumns, rec centers, and provide coaches. It is important because it allows people to stay physically active and healthy.
Executive Branch The executive branch is made up of a Governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, auditor of state, treasurer of state, and an attorney general. In 1851 they made changes to the Ohio Constitution to give the governor more power and restrict legislature power since they had too much and governor didn't have enough.
We the people can vote for our senators
Judicial Branch The Ohio Supreme Court is made up of seven judges and has the power of judicial review. In 1851 when the constitution was changed and it put district courts in every county, as the supreme court couldn’t handle the growing number of counties.
Article 6: Education This article allows everyone to have a fair and equal opportunity for education. It has citizens pay taxes towards education and allows students to take out loans for a higher form of education. The article outlines the education system for Ohio.
Article 17: Elections This article allows the people of the state to vote for their senators rather than having the senators vote for each other. It also puts in place how often an election will occur. Lastly it allows the people to vote for what they want and eliminates corruption.