It was the most expensive and perhaps the most bitter campaign for U.S. Senate in Ohio history.
For the fourth installment of our look back at state government in 2012, Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen takes a look at how presidential candidates criss-crossed the state in search of votes.
Ohio’s 18 electors gathered at the Statehouse Monday to cast their official votes for president and vice president.
A federal judge has ordered the state’s election chief not to reject certain provisional ballots and come up with a new directive regarding the ballots.
City leaders in Upper Arlington say they’re ready to proceed with a planned entertainment district now that voters have approved expanded liquor sales.
Democrats may have won the presidential race and a U.S. Senate contest in Ohio, but Republicans still have firm control of the Ohio House and Senate. And they’re already talking about further income tax cuts.
There were few problems with this week’s election, but one polling location had extremely long lines. Hundreds of voters waited in a long line at OSU’s student union. WOSU talked to a Franklin County poll worker who said the problem could have been avoided.
A federal judge has angrily demanded that attorneys for Ohio’s elections chief name the author of an election-eve order that placed the responsibility of explaining what kind of identification voters use on provisional ballots on the voters themselves.
The proposed constitutional amendment that would have changed the way Ohio redraws legislative and congressional districts was turned down by Ohio voters.
Democrats across Ohio celebrated President Barack Obama’s victory last night. The race was tight with Mr. Obama winning by a little more than two percentage points.