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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Demonstrators were on hand Monday outside the presidential debate site at Hofstra University. CONTRIBUTED

Wright State students react to presidential debate

Wright State University students inside the debate hall at Hofstra University Monday night got to see some real fireworks as Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton had their first face-to-face debate of the election season.Here’s what some of the students had to say.U.S. Army Col. Silas Martinez of Beavercreek, ...

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 ...

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Trump, Clinton debate today could have been here

To paraphrase Marlon Brando, we coulda been a contender. Today was supposed to the big day here in the Miami Valley. Debate Day. It was to be the day the Super Bowl of politics came to town, bringing throngs of media and politicians for what is likely to be the ...

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 ...

These Wright State students will attend the first presidential debate on Sept. 26 at Hofstra University. In the back row from the left: Robert Foshee, Silas Martinez, David York, Eric Whitt, Dominic Giannuzzi, Terrence Williams, Ramasiva Sai Alagala. Front row from left: Florencia Calo, Chelsea Stewart, Emily Whittaker, Kayli Modell, Lindsay Meinders, Rebecca Brinkman, Laura Poole. Missing is Christina Borchers. Photo courtesy of Wright State University

Debate questions Wright State students would ask. What would you ask?

NBC Nightly News Anchor Lester Holt will be asking the questions at the first presidential debate of the 2016 General Election, which will be held on Monday, Sept. 26 at Hofstra University in New York.Here are five suggested questions from the Wright State University contingent attending the debate:Donna Schlagheck, professor ...

Who are the Dayton business leaders who met with Donald Trump today?

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump met with 17 local business owners and executives at Staub Manufacturing Solutions in Dayton on Wednesday. —- Special report on Donald Trump’s visit to Dayton —- Here’s who was there. Steve Staub, president, Staub Manufacturing Solutions Sandy Kepliner, vice president, Staub Manufacturing Solutions Bruce Benedict, ...

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 ...

Mayors launch Ohio campaign swing for Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign launched a four-day tour of mayors through Ohio in Dayton on Tuesday. “The reason we’re doing this is because we know that we have a presidential candidate in Hillary Clinton who’s committed to an agenda that will help the people that we serve every day,” said ...

Lincoln sculpture unveiled at Dayton’s Courthouse Square

An 11-foot-tall bronze sculpture of a beardless Abraham Lincoln was unveiled on Saturday on Dayton’s Courthouse Square in front of Montgomery County’s historic Old Court House.The statue depicts Lincoln before he became president and commemorates his speech in Dayton on the steps of the Old Court House on Sept. 17, ...

Kettering residents getting documents shredded for free

Kettering residents can get their documents shredded for free today, September 17, until noon at City Hall.The project is a joint effort of the city and Day Air Credit Union.The city expects about 450 cars will come to the annual event.“It’s very popular,” said Mary Jo Csizma, recycling coordinator for ...

 
 

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