In these first two segments, we’re going to learn about Jerrie Mock—and about local artists who helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of her pioneering flight around the world.
Vice President Joe Biden is making a second visit to Ohio in less than a month. The Democrat is scheduled to speak Thursday at the Ohio Newspaper Association’s convention in Columbus.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has won a straw poll of GOP voters in southwest Ohio, a conservative corner of the battleground state.
The state GOP says changing how it sends delegates to the national convention will attract more candidates to the Buckeye State.
With polls showing the race in Ohio is close and swinging to Democrat Barack Obama, Republican John McCain started the final full week of the 2008 campaign in the Buckeye State. McCain rallied in Lancaster southeast of Columbus before heading to Northeast Ohio today.
Some Ohio labor unions, anti-poverty groups, and others Thursday dropped their campaign for a ballot issue that would require many Ohio businesses to offer workers at least seven paid sick leave days a year.
Barack Obama, will embark on a bus tour of battleground states Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan later this week after Obamareceives the Democratic presidential nomination. John McCain returns to Ohio for a rally Friday.
Political TV commercials are the bread-and-butter of election year campaigning. Many people often complain that the ads are too negative, untrue, and downright sleazy.
Some religious activists here in Ohio are beginning to rate the 30-second campaign ads to try to discourage candidates from going too far.
A judge has struck down a law that limitsthe amount contractors can give to the political campaigns of officials with whom they do business.
Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are back on the Ohio campaign trail today. Obama is speaking to a rally this hour on Ohio State’s campus. New York Senator Hillary Clinton is taking her campaign to Appalachian Ohio today. She has scheduled appearances today in Zanesville and Saint Clairsville. Candidate spouses, Bill Clinton and Michelle Obama will make campaign stops in Ohio during the next three days.
It won’t cost you anything to get in the door at the Clinton rally tonight, but the visits cost Columbus taxpayers more than you might think.