Columbus artist Jenny Fine says her camera has become a tool for facilitating intimacy between herself and her family, and nowhere is that more evident than in her “Flat Granny” series, soon to be on view at the Dublin Arts Council. The artist photographed her grandmother during the last ten years of her life.
Two new independent polls, just released today indicate President Barack Obama remains ahead of his Republican challenger Mitt Romney here in the key swing state of Ohio.
Many left-leaning students in Columbus for a national conference say President Obama hasn’t done enough to secure their vote in the fall election.
It’s been a year since opponents of a collective bargaining law paraded in downtown Columbus to hand over petitions that would put the issue on the statewide ballot, where it was repealed. Now, some of the backers of that effort are using it to convince Ohioans to re-elect President Obama.
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 re-election campaign for President Obama and supporters of GOP challenger Mitt Romney have unveiled new ads that continue the same criticism of the other candidate.
The Republican U.S. Senator from Ohio continues to deflect questions about whether he’ll appear on the fall ballot with Mitt Romney.
The former Massachusetts governor campaigned at the same shuttered drywall factory used by the President during his 2008 campaign.
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.
Ohioans are voting in the Republican presidential primary, as well as races for the U.S. House, U.S. Senate, state legislative seats, and local tax issues.
The latest poll of likely GOP voters in Tuesday’s Ohio primary shows a ten-point swing between Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney over the last week.