• 0-4: Casino issues are 0-4 in Ohio, having lost (1) a 1990 proposal for a casino in Lorain with possible expansion elsewhere; (2) a 1996 proposal for riverboat casinos in Lorain, Cuyahoga, Hamilton and Mahoning counties; (3) a 2006 proposal for two casinos in Cuyahoga County, plus slot machines at seven horse tracks statewide; and (4) a 2008 proposal for a resort casino in Clinton County. See results.
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• 3-1: Though all previous casino issues have lost statewide, the record is 3-1 in counties where the gambling houses would have been located. Lorain County voters approved the 1990 proposal, Cuyahoga County voters approved the 2006 proposal and Clinton County voters approved the 2008 proposal. Only the 1996 riverboat issue was defeated in all counties. Backers of casinos this time may be increasing their chances by proposing casinos where the biggest chunk of voters live, Ohios three largest counties (Cuyahoga, Franklin and Hamilton).
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• 372,711: The number of employees at the 358 casinos nationwide in 2006, according to the U.S. Census Bureasdau.
• $13.59: Average wage for workers at casino hotels, translating to an average annual wage of $28,270, the latest statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show.
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