Ohio is celebrating its 212th birthday with special events at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus.
A new independent public opinion poll is sparking a lot of buzz in campaigns for and against the casino ballot issue.
President Barack Obama is pretty popular in Ohio. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Election 2008 just finished. But politicians and pundits are already thinking about the next big vote. And pollsters are also looking ahead to 2010 as well.
New polls released this week give us a picture on how Ohioans plan to vote on several issues next week.
A poll shows Democrat Barack Obama building a larger lead in Ohio with strong support from women.
Only two points separate Republican John McCain at 48 percent and Democrat Barack Obama at 46 percent in the latest Ohio Newspaper Poll conducted by the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Cincinnati.
Ohio poll shows that Sen. John McCain has a slight lead against Sen. Barack Obama in the race for the white house. The poll also shows that some voters have not quite made up their minds.
A new public opinion poll on the presidential race in Ohio shows, at the moment, Democrat Hillary Clinton running much stronger than fellow Democrat Barrack Obama
Women voters are getting more attention in this presidential season than ever before. In Ohio 59 percent of the electorate was female and the overwhelming majority voted for Hilary Clinton. For African American Ohio women the choice between Clinton and Barack Obama may have been more difficult.
A new poll by the University of Akron finds that Ohioans see the economy as the top issue in this fall’s presidential election.