Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
The Republican presidential candidate used a Columbus Tea Party rally to say President Obama uses “a theology not of the Bible.”
All three of the main candidates have visited Ohio or plan visits in the coming days.
Do you see the former Massachusetts Governor taking on President Obama in November, or will it be someone else?
Have the near-endless stream of debates, TV ads and candidate appearances changed your outlook on the contest?
Not all Ohio voters know who their Congressional representative will be. The state’s new congressional map and district lines remain uncertain. WOSU Commentator Gail Martineau says it reminds her of a frustrating game she played as a child.
The Quinnipiac University polls gives Herman Cain an edge over Mitt Romney and Rick Perry, but puts all three GOP candidates behind President Obama.
The long-time Texas Congressman won Ohio’s first Republican straw poll.
The move extends the deadline for candidates to file to run for Congress, which supporters say is necessary given the uncertainty over Ohio’s new Congressional map.
The frontrunner (at least in one poll) in the race for the GOP presidential nomination was in Central Ohio last night. Herman Cain spoke in Circleville. Despite his surge, his campaign is still seen as a long-shot. Do you think Herman Cain can win the Republican nomination?
Republican-drawn boundaries for Ohio’s legislative districts have cleared a state board, likely bolstering the GOP’s grip on the General Assembly for the next decade.