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…
Ohio’s Republicans are readying for a rally in Dayton where their presidential candidate will reveal his running mate. And some of them are also preparing for the work they’ll do at their party’s convention, starting on Labor Day. Ohio Public Radio’s Karen Kasler reports.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain wasted little time Friday, trying to grab the media spotlight from Barack Obama, after Obama accepted the Democratic party’s nomination for president Thursday night.
Cancer survivor and multiple Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong is holding a Live-strong Summit in Columbus. The event began last night with Armstrong hosting a presidential town hall meeting on cancer. Republican candidate John McCain attended the meeting. Democrat Barack Obama did not because he’s traveling in Europe.
Senator John McCain reached out to the NAACP Wednesday at the organization’s national convention in Cincinnati. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee says whether or not he wins the support of members, he’ll need the group’s council if elected.
Among the nearly 2,400 delegates headed to the Republican National Convention in September is a retiree from Lancaster who has ties to candidate John McCain dating back 40 years, to 1968. Neither could imagine their role in this year’s bid for the White House.
John McCain appealed to conservative voters in Portsmouth, Ohio.
John McCain addresses energy policy and courts voters in town hall meetings.
Now that Republican presidential candidate John McCain has rejected the endorsement of Ohio televangelist Rod Parsley, and Parsley has withdrawn his endorsement of McCain, a key political question arises: Will the incident make it harder for McCain to win the votes of the evangelical Christian conservatives that Parsley helps to lead?
GOP presidential hopeful Senator John McCain, speaking in Columbus Thursday outlined accomplishments he plans to make by the end of his first term if he’s elected in November.
John McCain’s campaign says the Arizona senator is hosting an election night party at a hotel to watch the results of Wisconsin’s Republican presidential primary.