MOUNT VERNON — Ohio Democrats don’t have the votes to pass a bill in the General Assembly, but they are putting forth their ideas as what should be considered in Republican Gov. John Kasich’s mid-term budget review.

They’re also setting the stage for topics they think will resonate with voters in the November election. Or at least that seemed to be the case with statements made last week by Ohio Democrats.

The Homestead Exemption change and the elimination of the property tax rollback have yet to hit Ohio homeowners.

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