Franklin County Ohio
Franklin County completely surrounds the city of Columbus Ohio and it's home to 1.3 million people making it the most populated county in Ohio. Its county seat is Columbus, also the most populated city in the state. The county was established in 1803 just two months after Ohio became a state and was named after Ben Franklin. It is the main it County for the Columbus Ohio metro area. It's been the centerpiece for presidential and congressional politics and home to one of the largest university in the country, Ohio State University, which enrolls nearly 60,000 students on its main campus alone.
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Adjacent counties include Delaware, Fairfield, Licking, Madison, Pickaway, and Union. Franklin County is home to 15 cities, 10 villages, and 18 townships. There are five Census-designated places at about six other unincorporated communities.