Columbus police say a double murder suspect was shot and wounded Wednesday by officers near Parsons Avenue and Kossuth Street. He was taken into custody shortly after the killings.
Congresswoman Joyce Beatty of Columbus said she is still undecided on how the U. S. should respond to allegations the Syrian government launched a deadly chemical attack.
U.S. Republican Congressman Pat Tiberi of Genoa Township Monday says there’s “an opportunity” for democrats and republicans on Capitol Hill to reach a budget compromise.
Mary Jo Kilroy’s plan to run for Congress in the new Franklin County district has been thrown a curve. The map approved Wednesday by Ohio lawmakers moves Kilroy’s Clintonville home into the 12th congressional district, a seat now held by long-time Congressman Pat Tiberi of Genoa Township.
Ohio lawmakers are set to approve a new congressional map for the state. Many criticize the map as creating too few competitive districts. Some argue the redistricting task should be taken away from lawmakers and put in the hands of judges. How should congressional districts be drawn?
Television campaign ads can get nasty. But when two candidates go head on at a debate the contempt for one another – or their politics – is much more palpable. At a special Columbus on the Record debate Friday night for the 12-th district U-S Congressional seat, candidates engaged in a fiery exchange of words.
The national Democratic Party says it’s targeting the seat held by Ohio Representative Pat Tiberi in its new Red to Blue campaign.
The 2010 congressional elections are a year away but the campaign in Central Ohio’s 12th district has already begun.
Central Ohio Republican Congressman Pat Tiberi sees more areas of agreement than disagreement between the GOP and Democrats over health care reform proposals.
As President Obama touted health care reform during an appearance in Cleveland THursday, some advocacy groups were launching attacks on Tiberi for opposing the plan.
The candidates for Ohio’s 12th Congressional District squared off for a debate at COSI Thursday night. Republican incumbent Pat Tiberi faced his Democratic challenger David Robinson in a one-hour exchange that included discussions about the economy, health care and social security.