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Educators: State's level of support isn't enough
Educators need not get their hopes up for additional funding when Republican Gov. John Kasich introduces the mid-biennium budget review next week.
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Husted Orders Libertarian Candidates Off Primary Ballot
Secretary of State Jon Husted decided late Friday to remove Charlie Earl, the Libertarian candidate for governor, off the May primary ballot.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The White House
Remarks by the President at a DNC Dinner
THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Hello! Everybody, have a seat. Have a seat. First of all, I love Deval Patrick.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Wall Street Journal
Obama to Donors: Don't Let Democrats Get 'Walloped'
President Barack Obama pleaded with Democratic donors not sit on the sidelines in the midterm elections, warning them the party could get "walloped" if their voters don't turn out this November.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Columbus Leaders Pushing Democrats To Consider City For National Convention
Just one day after Experience Columbus submitted a 137 page bid to the Republican National Committee to host their 2016 convention, officials headed to Washington, DC, to make a similar push with Democrats.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
The Columbus Dispatch
Many laud Kasich plan to aid smokers
The smoking rate climbed to nearly 1 in 4 Ohioans in recent years as funding for state programs to reduce tobacco use dried up.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Parsing Gov. John Kasich's State of the State Speech
Gov. John Kasich argued in his State of the State Speech last night that he has turned Ohio around since the recession.
Editorial Board Roundtable: State of the State address
Gov. John Kasich was in Medina Monday evening to deliver his fourth State of the State address in rousing fashion and with a notable populist touch, celebrating the courage of Gina DeJesus, Michelle Knight and Amanda Berry and speaking of being the governor of everyone from the CEO to the jobless.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
For 2016, Democrats hunt for a convention city
As many as three dozen mayors from Atlanta to Sacramento received a letter earlier this month inquiring whether their cities were interested in hosting the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Mixed Story for Medina County in the Past Several Years
Medina, where Gov. John Kasich will deliver his State of the State, is one of Northeast Ohio's wealthier and more politically conservative counties, but that's not the whole story.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
The Columbus Dispatch
FitzGerald criticizes school funding system in campaign swing
Ohio's school-funding system remains unconstitutional, the Democratic candidate for governor said today during his most extensive campaign swing yet.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Interim Ohio health dept. head likely to continue abortion policies
Former Cincinnati attorney Lance Himes will serve as interim director of the Ohio Department of Health, Gov. John Kasich said on Friday.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Ohio Democrats set budget priorities before State of the State speech
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Mon Feb 17, 2014
Fox News Sunday on Christie vs. Clinton
In case you missed Fox News Sunday and, really, why wouldn't you have missed it, with the Olympics on at the same time host Chris Wallace paired Karl Rove and former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland yesterday to discuss the parallel presidential ambitions of Chris Christie and Hillary Clinton.
Gov. John Kasich's job numbers: When theory meets reality
Officials with JobsOhio will join Gov. John Kasich Tuesday for a ground breaking ceremony for expansion of a local cookie company.
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The Columbus Dispatch
Political activism unites new Columbus school board members
Out are Mike Wiles, a South Side truck driver; Hanifah Kambon, the former district teacher from the Near East Side; and longtime President Carol Perkins, a North Linden resident who is a recently retired manager at COTA.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
The Auditor: Chicago (hotel) politics, Steven Goldstein gets the Hollywood treatment and more
Because the hotel where Gov. Chris Christie addressed the Economic Club of Chicago wouldn't let them book a conference room there.
New York Post
Longtime Christie pal sent cryptic GWB closure updates from scene
Port Authority Police Officer Thomas "Chip" Michaels, who is linked to the Republican governor, was at the scene during the September lane closures on the George Washington Bridge, touring snarled traffic in Fort Lee, N.J., and texting periodic updates about it.
The Washington Post
Strickland and Rove spar over a Bridgegatea
Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland said Sunday that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie still needs to answer questions about the "Bridgegate" scandal despite firing his deputy chief of staff, Bridgett Anne Kelly, over an e-mail suggesting she helped orchestrate a bridge closure for political payback.