Columbus is host to the National Hockey League All Star game this week-end. The NHL showcase will bring thousands fans and visitors to the city as well as international media attention.
WOSU News Archives For: November 5, 2008
Barack Obama’s historic victory has African Americans around the nation celebrating. WOSU went to the King-Lincoln District, an historically black neighborhood, to gather the thoughts and emotions of Columbus’s African-American community.
Just like it was two years ago the results of the race in the 15th Congressional District are extremely close. Right now Republican Steve Stivers leads Democrat Mary Jo Kilroy by only 321 votes out of about a quarter of a million votes cast. Slowing the process is the large number of absentee ballots cast Monday and and paper ballots cast on Election Day.
In a contest characterized as too close to call, unofficial results released early today indicate Republican Steve Stivers has opened the narrowest of leads in the race for the Fifteenth Congressional seat vacated by longtime Congresswoman Deborah Pryce. Unofficial results completed early today show Fifteenth District GOP candidate Steve Stivers leading Mary Jo Kilroy by just 321 votes.
In a contest characterized as too close to call, unofficial results released early today indicate Republican Steve Stivers has opened a lead in the race for the Fifteenth Congressional seat vacated by longtime Congresswoman Deborah Pryce.
Political pundits painted Ohio blue early last evening as it became apparent that President-elect Barack Obama would win a majority and pocket the state’s 20 electoral votes. But, opinions differ on how and why the state changed its color on the political map.
Ohio voters have rejected a proposed $600,000,000 casino — the fourth time plans for expanded gambling in the state have been turned down since 1990.
Voters in Ohio’s 15th Congressional District will have to wait for final results where initial results show Republican Steve Stivers leading Democrat Mary Jo Kilroy by a fraction of a point.