Lynn Hulsey

Investigative Reporter

Lynn Hulsey is an investigative and political reporter who has worked at the Dayton Daily News since 1995.
She has written about chemical dangers, secrecy at publicly-funded development groups, flawed public pension systems, abuse of government contract set-aside programs and fraudulent social service providers.
She has won awards from the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Ohio Newspaper Women’s Association, the Best of Cox Award and the Education Writers Association’s National Awards for Education Reporting.
A native of the Dayton area, Hulsey graduated from the University of Dayton and lives in Montgomery County.

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump meet during the first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Memorable debate moments so far

Presidential debates often leave us with some lines that people talk about around the break room the next day and now and then something so memorable that it becomes a part of popular culture.Tonight Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump debated tonight at Hofstra University in New ...

Donna M. Schlagheck, professor emerita and past chair of the department of political science at Wright State University.

Local experts weigh in on debate

More than 100 million viewers are expected to watch Monday’s debate matchup between Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump at Hofstra University in New York. Both candidates will be working to sway undecided voters and those thinking of voting for a third party candidate. Here’s what ...

Donald Trump meets with Dayton-area business owners

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump met with business leaders at a Dayton manufacturing company on Wednesday, denouncing trade deals as disastrous and saying China in particular has unfair trade practices. “It’s a one-way street. We’re going to change that,” Trump said. He held the private meeting with business leaders at ...

This optical scanner manufactured by Election Systems & Software is used to record votes on paper ballots in multiple Ohio counties, including Warren, Preble, and Champaign counties. HANDOUT

In 2014, group said U.S. voting machines needed to be replaced

For decades Americans cast their votes on lever voting machines or punch card ballots. Then came the 2000 Presidential Election and terms people had never heard before - “hanging chads,” “pregnant chads” and “butterfly ballots.” In that election Republican George W. Bush narrowly lost to Democrat Al Gore in the ...

Ellis Jacobs, lead attorney, Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Dayton.

What six experts say about election rigging

What thoughts keep election officials up at night? Voter ballots being altered. Hackers changing voter registration records. An election night internet attack. National experts along with state and local elections officials say the good news is there are multiple levels of protection in place — technological, mechanical and human — ...

Hacking the ballot: How safe is your vote this November?

Efforts by hackers to infiltrate elections systems in Arizona and Illinois this summer, and the successful hack of the Democratic National Committee emails — allegedly by Russians — have officials and voters on edge as the Nov. 8 election nears.“It causes panic in the public,” said Tim Mattice, executive director ...

Will your vote be safe from hackers this November?

This year hackers tried to get into election systems in Arizona and Illinois. The attempt led to a temporary shutdown of both state’s online voter registration systems.—->>> SPECIAL REPORT: How safe is your vote?Arizona is a solid Republican state, Illinois is a solid Democratic state in presidential elections.Ohio is one ...

Trump to veterans: ‘We will stop apologizing for America’

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pledged to rebuild the American military, pursue a “state of the art” missile defense system and protect the country’s borders during a speech at the American Legion’s National Convention in Cincinnati. “We do not want to let anyone in our country who doesn’t support our ...

Group touts Clinton’s small-business plan

The argument over which presidential candidate would be better for small business people had a local dateline Friday when a Dayton small businessman appeared at a press conference and endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, saying her opponent, Republican Donald Trump, would have a “disruptive effect on the economy.” Russ Gottesman, ...

John Kasich: ‘I’ve said all I need to say about Trump’

Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Thursday he’s done talking about his party’s presidential candidate, Republican Donald Trump, who Kasich has refused to endorse. “I’ve said all I need to say about Trump. My actions speak louder than my words,” said Kasich, appearing with U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, at Portman’s ...

 
 

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