A resolution honoring Ohioan and Olympic athlete Jesse Owens has been approved by the U.S. Senate.
The latest independent poll in the presidential race in Ohio says President Obama continues to hold on to a five point lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
The latest independent poll from Quinnipiac University gives President Obama increasing leads in the key swing states of Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania.
The latest survey by Quinnipiac University says 47 percent of likely Ohio voters now support the President, while Mitt Romney garners 38 percent support.
The survey by Ohio voters gives the President a lead of 47 to 41 percent over Mitt Romney and a 47 to 40 percent lead over Rick Santorum.
Backers of an Ohio bill that would impose the nation’s strictest abortion limit are pointing to its support among Republican voters as a reason the Ohio Senate should pass the measure.
The new poll says the President is edging out Mitt Romney and distancing himself from the other GOP candidates.
The new survey hints at voters backing away from repealing Senate Bill 5.
A new poll finds most Ohio voters would dump the state’s new law that limits bargaining by public employees and bars them from striking.
It’s less than a month away from Election Day. And the Franklin County Board of Elections continues to train poll workers. WOSU reports there’s a steady shift in who’s working the polls.
A new poll has Lieutenant Governor Lee Fisher out in front of Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner but suggests Ohio’s Democratic U.S. Senate primary is still anybody’s guess.