Kasich's record should resonate with all Ohioans
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, making a swing through the area last Friday, wouldn't discuss his election opponent's personal life.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
The Columbus Dispatch
Welcome to Columbus: Ohio stinks for women
Ohio has been declared an "anti-woman state" by a national women's rights group, which has earned it fake tourism billboards outside three of its largest airports.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Regional News Stories: Kasich Rarely - If Ever - Acknowledges ...
Republican Gov. John Kasich continues to campaign throughout Ohio and ads for him continue to air on television statewide.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
How Will FitzGerald's Trouble Affect Democrats' Chances This November?
Top Democratic Party officials insist Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald is in the race to stay, despite the fact that his top staffers are leaving his campaign.
New Stats Prove Kasich, JobsOhio Have NO Control Over Jobs
Not only is Ohio Gov. John Kasich's private and secret job creating engine very likely unconstitutional, a conclusion experts predict the Ohio Supreme Court would reach if a case challenging Kasich's creature ever reaches it, but it apparently can't create many jobs either.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Poor Ohioans Subsidize Rich Ohioans, New Tax Policy Analysis Reveals
If you're Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich, likely a millionaire many times over based on what reporters learned from looking at only one individual tax return from 2008 for less than an hour, or Mark Kvamme, the governor's very rich Silicon venture capitalist friend and confidant who left his home and wife in California to relocate to Ohio to aide ... (more)
Sun Aug 17, 2014
What Should Ohio Voters "Remember in November?"
Election Day 2014 is now less than 90 days away. Based on prevailing political winds, which have been fueled by lopsided negative coverage of Ed FitzGerald, the party endorsed Democrat to challenge first-term incumbent Republican Gov. John Kasich and a series of polling results that show Kasich holding a lead that swings back and forth between ... (more)
The Columbus Dispatch
25 questions to help you get to know Kasich, FitzGerald better
The guy from Cleveland wants to banish Cleveland Indians mascot Chief Wahoo, while the guy who went to Ohio State University lists his favorite athlete as a dude who played for Pittsburgh.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Kasich Has Control on Issues
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, making a swing through the area Friday, wouldn't discuss his election opponent's personal life.
Latest Kasich Job Record: Not Getting The Jobs Done, Losing Discouraged Workers
On Friday morning the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services released the July jobs report and revised June figures for Ohio.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
How The Koch Brothers Are Organizing Against Your Local Zoo, Transit And School Board
Though the network of conservative groups funded by billionaires Charles and David Koch are better known for spending millions on top-tier Senate and gubernatorial races, they may be having a more durable impact at the local level.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
PPP: Competitive Statewide Races- Yes, Even For Governor-Expected In Ohio This Year
Just when first-term incumbent Republican Governor John R. Kasich thought his reelection this year would be a cake walk to and through Election Day this November, news from the latest Ohio Poll , by Public Policy Polling, shows the all-but certain victory for the Buckeye State's go-go, CEO-style governor is anything but a foregone conclusion.
Illustration on Obama's fading popularity by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times
President Obama is on a two-week vacation in Martha's Vineyard, as wars rage across the Middle East and Ukraine, terrorists threaten to topple Iraq, and Republicans are on the brink of capturing the Senate.
New state office in Ohio dedicated to welfare reform
Gov. John Kasich announced a new state office Aug. 12 that will be devoted to welfare reform, along with a returning director to head the administration's efforts to better coordinate public assistance programs and help needy Ohioans out of poverty.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Ed FitzGerald apologizes 'for any mistakes I made' and...
We're catching up after a few days wading through the Ed FitzGerald fallout and reporting from the Republican National Committee meeting in Chicago.
Ohio Headline Highlights
Ohio Headline Highlights is a new PBSunday roundup of select news from last week about people, politics and government in Ohio.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
The Columbus Dispatch
Dems: FitzGerald still has chance
"What may seem extremely important and visible now ... will either be amplified or be long gone by the time voters think about who they are going to vote for."
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Jesse Ventura: Stop talking about a minimum wage, we need a maximum wage
Jesse Ventura tackles breaking headlines about the millions of dollars in missing weapons in Afghanistan, how the NSA may cost the tech industry billions, and the earnest attempt of three politicos to live on the minimum wage.
What's next for Cuyahoga Judge Lance Mason's case?
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Lance Mason, who faces charges he seriously assaulted his wife, isn't expected to be in court this week, according to a court spokesperson.
Thu Aug 07, 2014