This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
A central Ohio sheriff has lost his bid to get on the primary ballot as a candidate for a county Democratic Party post.
The split among conservatives in the Republican Party has been well documented, as people who lean to the right continue to consider the “Tea Party” as an alternative to the GOP. But there may be a similar split brewing in the Democratic Party.
15th District Congresswoman Mary Jo Kilroy Thursday talked job creation with a group of small business leaders at the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. Kilroy, a Democrat, says she wants to ensure that small businesses have the tools they need to be successful. But a spokesman for the Republican Party is skeptical.
Ohio Governor Ted Strickland today addresses the Democratic National Convention.
An estimated 500 Ohioans are headed to Denver this week-end. The group includes delegates, super-delegates and party staff.
Delegates, delegates, delegates…it could be one of the most used words in American right now – at least in politics. From what most people hear or read in the news delegates are what presidential hopefuls are trying to secure out of the primaries. Whichever candidate gets the most delegates wins his or her party’s nomination. WOSU explains who delegates are, where they are and how they’re awarded.
About two dozen people watched the Ohio Democratic debate at an AARP-sponsored event in Columbus.
New York senator and Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Rodham Clinton was the keynote speaker at the Ohio Democratic Party state dinner in Columbus Saturday night. More than 3,000 people were there and gave her an enthusiastic welcome.