Last year, real-estate developer and art collector Ron Pizzuti opened the doors to the Pizzuti Collection in the Short North, a venue at which to showcase his vast art collection. After purchasing his first piece of art in 1972, he has since amassed more than 1,500 works by artists ranging from Frank Stella to Ai [...]
A new poll continues to suggest that Hilliary Clinton would do better than Barack Obama against John McCain in Ohio and other eastern swing states.
Hillary Clinton won a smashing victory last night over Barack Obama in Ohio’s Democratic presidential primary, halting a string of 11 straight losses in other primary states.
Hillary Clinton’s win in Ohio’s Democratic presidential primary election, is not going to help her catch up very much with Barack Obama in the crucial race for convention delegates.
Six days before the March 4th primaries, Hillary Clinton tried to persuade Ohioans that her plans to revive the faltering [U.S.] economy can also resuscitate her dwindling campaign. The Democratic presidential candidate and former first lady held a round-table discussion on economic issues yesterday at Ohio University’s Zanesville campus. From Ohio Public Radio station W-O-S-U, Sam Hendren reports
Issues facing Ohio were some of the main topics in last night’s Democratic Presidential debate in Cleveland. In the final head-to-head match-up before next week’s Ohio primary, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama found some common ground on how to help the state’s economy.
Bill Clinton today campaigned for his wife in Southern Ohio. The Former President made stops in Portsmouth, Athens and Lancaster. WOSU’s Sam Hendren reports on Bill Clinton’s visit to Chillicothe.
Hillary Clinton spent the whole day Thursday in Ohio. With some signs that support for her may be slipping, it’s considered a must-win state, even by her backers. That’s why she wrapped up the day with a speech on the Ohio State University campus, where support for her rival, Barrack Obama, seems strong.
Democrat Senator Hillary Clinton at one time had more delegates than her opponent Senator Barack Obama. But that’s changed. As Ohio’s March fourth presidential primary draws near the candidates are campaigning more aggressively. Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, visited several Ohio colleges Wednesday in hopes of drawing young voters to her mother’s campaign. Clinton made her first stop at Ohio State University.
Governor Strickland is endorsing Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign for president.
Among Ohio voters, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has opened a lead in a hypothetical, head-to-head matchup against former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.