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Obama Keeps Ohio Blue, Keeps The White House

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel provide an in-depth analysis of this week’s election, why the winners won, wny the losers lost.

How The Heck Did Mitt Romney Lose Ohio??

If you woke to President Obama’s raw numbers the morning after the 2012 Ohio election, you’d probably be convinced that Mitt Romney won Ohio and quite possibly the presidency. You’d be wrong.

The Final Days, More Auto Bailout Word Parsing

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel provide an in-depth analysis of the final days of Campaign 2012.

Confused By All The Polls? Try Averaging

If you are banging your head against the wall trying to keep up with the ups and downs of the latest polls, we suggest poll-results-averaging.

Five Takeaways from Poll Showing Romney Gaining In Ohio

Quinnipiac is out with its latest poll of likely Ohio voters. It shows that Republican Mitt Romney has cut President Obama’s lead in half over the last month. Here are five things the poll tells us:

Obama Bounces Back, Early Voting Hours Finally Set

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel analyze the impact of the second presidential debate on Ohio voters and the restoration of in-person early voting the weekend before the election.

Mitt Romeny’s Ohio Bounce

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel provide an in-depth analysis of several topics including Mitt Romney’s surge in Ohio polls, Ohio’s early voting fight moves to the US Supreme Court.

Romney Wins Debate, Will It Help Him In Ohio? Issue #2 Debate

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel provide an in-depth analysis of how the Obama-Romney debate will play in Ohio and a debate on Issue #2, the redistricting amendment.

Obama’s Widening Ohio Lead, Mandel’s Two-Term Promise

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel provide an in-depth analysis of several topics including the widening gap in the Ohio polls between President Obama and Mitt Romney.

2012 Shapes Up As Repeat of 2004

The incumbent president is despised by supporters of the opposite party. Voters feel the country is on the wrong track. The challenger is wealthy, a little stiff, and from Massachusetts.