DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - We've been getting quite a few inquiries about Issue 2 and what a yes and no vote actually means come election day.
We did some checking for you and here's what we found:
A YES vote on Issue 2 would be to enact Senate Bill 5, the collective bargaining reform law passed by the Ohio Legislature and approved by Gov. John Kasich.
A NO vote on Issue 2 would be to reject Senate Bill 5.
It is also important for voters to remember that Issue 2 on your ballot is the Senate Bill 5 referendum. Issue 5 is NOT the referendum on Senate Bill 5. Issue 5 will be a local issue and will change depending on each county.
Here is the official wording of how this issue will appear on the ballot in November:
A majority yes vote is necessary for Amended Substitute Senate Bill No. 5 to be approved. Amended Substitute Senate Bill No. 5 is a new law relative to government union contracts and other government employment contracts and policies.
A "YES" vote means you approve the law.
A "NO" vote means you reject the law.
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