Ohio’s Congressional Delegation Votes 10 to 7 Against Bailout.

12:00AM
September
30, 2008

The proposed $700,000,000,000 economic package rejected by congress on Monday quickly took center stage on the campaign trail. The only Ohio Republicans who voted for the legislation were House Minority Leader John Boehner of West Chester and three incumbents who aren’t seeking re-election.

McCain Campaigns for Second Day in Ohio

12:00AM
June
27, 2008

John McCain addresses energy policy and courts voters in town hall meetings.

Marc Dann Resigns

Marc Dann
12:00AM
May 14, 2008

Facing possible impeachment, Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann resigned this afternoon amid the scandal of a sexual harassment investigation in his office and his extramarital affair.

Report: Dann to Quit. AG’s Office Says Nothing Planned

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12:00AM
May 13, 2008

Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann is expected to announce his resignation later today, according to a published report. But Dann’s office say the Attorney General has not resigned and no further announcements are planned.

Dann Releases More than 2,000 E-mails

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12:00AM
April 22, 2008

Ohio’s attorney general has released more than 22 hundred emails between himself and his former scheduler.

Ohio Leaders Want To Boost Graduation Rates Of African-American Males.

12:00AM
May
29, 2007

The public school graduation rate last year was 86%, that number has climbed steadily during the last eight years. But many of the 19,000 students who drop out every year are low-income African American males, whose graduation rates are far below those of young males of other races.

Ohio Economic Conditions Weigh On Voter Choices

12:00AM
October
9, 2006

Republican Ken Blackwell and Democrat Ted Strickland recently debated Ohio’s economic conditions and outlined their plan for helping Ohio companies and workers. The debate occurred against the backdrop of an unemployment rate that is a full point higher than the national average and the loss of 216,000 manufacturing jobs during the past six. Potential voters through-out Ohio will weigh the economy in their choices on election day.

Foes rally against strict abortion ban

12:00AM
June
13, 2006

Opponents say a bill that would outlaw abortion in Ohio under any circumstances is an attack on women,their families and their doctors.

Ohio Auditor Is In Intensive Care Unit

Betty Montgomery
12:00AM
May 19, 2006

State Auditor Betty Montgomery is hospitalized with an inflammation disorder of the peripheral nerves. Montgomery is being treated for Guillain-Barre syndrome, but her office says her condition is not life-threatening.