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…
Have the near-endless stream of debates, TV ads and candidate appearances changed your outlook on the contest?
The Quinnipiac University polls gives Herman Cain an edge over Mitt Romney and Rick Perry, but puts all three GOP candidates behind President Obama.
But the poll says President Obama polls slightly better than both Romney and Perry for the 2012 general election.
Voters decided school tax issues in a handful of Central Ohio district on Tuesday. Hilliard and Canal Winchester levies went down to defeat, while voters in Olentangy and Gahanna school districts gave a green light to more money for classrooms.
Voting results are being delayed in Ohio because of problems in two counties.
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.
Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are back on the Ohio campaign trail today. Obama is speaking to a rally this hour on Ohio State’s campus. New York Senator Hillary Clinton is taking her campaign to Appalachian Ohio today. She has scheduled appearances today in Zanesville and Saint Clairsville. Candidate spouses, Bill Clinton and Michelle Obama will make campaign stops in Ohio during the next three days.
In eight days Ohio voters finally get their turn to go to the polls and cast their ballots for the 2008 presidential primary. WOSU spoke with a political scientist to talk about what the results of the Ohio primary could look like.
Tthe Obama campaign got a boost from two labor unions Friday. They announced they were switching their support from John Edwards to Obama.
Ohio’s presidential primary election is set for March 4th, but Ohioans don’t need to wait until then to cast their ballots. One of the state’s top politicians proved that point Monday.