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wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016 Political control of Ohio has oscillated between the two major parties...
Political control of Ohio has oscillated between the two major parties. Republicans outnumber Democrats in Ohio government. The governor, John Kasich, is a Republican, as are all other non-judicial statewide elected officials: Lieutenant Governor of Ohio Mary Taylor, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Ohio State Auditor Dave Yost, Ohio Secretary of State Jon A. Husted and Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel.
WBUR - 20 Mar 2019 Week In Politics: Trump Visits Ohio After General Motors Plant Closes
President Trump is visiting Ohio this week after he blamed a local union leader over the weekend for the closure of a GM plant.
Cincinnati.com - 24 Mar 2019 Mueller report: Ohio Republicans say 'move on.'
Here's how Greater Cincinnati and Ohio political leaders were reacting to the release Sunday of a summary of what special counsel Robert Mueller found.
Toledo Blade - 24 Mar 2019 Proposed state law would raise tobacco purchase age to 21
COLUMBUS — Ohio could become the first state in the Midwest to raise the minimum age for tobacco purchases from 18 to 21 if Gov. Mike DeWine has his way .
DefenseNews.com - 20 Mar 2019 Trump embraces politics of defense spending in battleground Ohio
WASHINGTON — Looking ahead to a bitter 2020 presidential contest, President Donald Trump used a U.S. Army tank plant that's benefiting from increased ...
U.S. News & World Report - 20 Mar 2019 The Latest: Trump Attends Re-Election Fundraiser in Ohio
LIMA, Ohio (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump campaign in Ohio (all times local):
MLive.com - 24 Mar 2019 Move over, Ohio: Michigan is new swing state in 2020 presidential election
The key to victory in 2020 for Republicans and Democrats will likely lie in Michigan.
U.S. News & World Report - 20 Mar 2019 Trump Says Ohio Workers 'Better Love Me,' Renews McCain Feud
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is returning to Ohio, the state that foretold his 2016 victory and serves as the linchpin of his re-election effort.
The Washington Post - 20 Mar 2019 ‘It’s going to be really easy’: Trump says his 2020 debate strategy will be all about the economy
LIMA, Ohio — President Trump, in a speech largely crediting himself for the strong economy, told plant workers here Wednesday that his future 2020 Democratic ...
Refinery29 - 24 Mar 2019 Ohio Revokes Funding For Planned Parenthood
Ohio's federal appeals court voted to uphold a 2016 state law revoking funding to Planned Parenthood for providing non-therapeutic abortions.
The Denver Post - 24 Mar 2019 Supreme Court again considers partisan gerrymandering, but voters are not waiting
Voters Not Politicians” made Michigan one of five states in 2018 – Ohio, Colorado, Missouri and Utah the others – where voters reined in partisan ...
STLtoday.com - 21 Mar 2019 AP analysis: Partisan mapmaking advantage grew in Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A political mapmaking process controlled by Ohio Republicans proved nearly impenetrable to Democrats' efforts during the 2018 ...
Cincinnati.com - 25 Mar 2019 Ohio offers 300+ specialty license plates. Which are the most popular?
Ohio offers more than 300 specialty plates. Some bring in thousands of dollars for scholarships and other programs. Others are scarcely chosen.
Akron Beacon Journal - 24 Mar 2019 Ohio's gerrymandering ranked among nation's worst, but changes on way
WASHINGTON — Ohio has some of the nation's most gerrymandered statehouse and congressional maps, according to a new Associated Press analysis — a ...
U.S. News & World Report - 21 Mar 2019 Movement Toward Less Partisan Political Maps Gains Momentum
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Voters who have become frustrated by partisan gerrymandering have taken the redistricting task away from lawmakers in a ...
Toledo Blade - 21 Mar 2019 Ohio Senate votes for 6-cent gas tax hike
COLUMBUS—Ohio motorists would see the tax they pay at the gas pump climb 6 cents per gallon as of July 1 under a proposed two-year transportation budget .
The Atlantic - 15 Mar 2019 Can a Rust Belt Yogi Save the Democratic Party?
While Democrats debate which voters to prioritize in 2020, Representative Tim Ryan, a potential presidential candidate, argues that they don't have to choose.
The Columbus Dispatch - 22 Mar 2019 After favorable court ruling, state cutting off funding to Planned Parenthood
The state is cutting off Planned Parenthood's funding from Ohio taxpayers.Last week, a federal appeals court in Cincinnati upheld an Ohio law that allows the ...
Waco Tribune-Herald - 20 Mar 2019 Ohio attorney general chastises judge over death penalty
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A federal judge improperly praised Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's decision to delay an execution based on the judge's scathing critique of ...
WOSU - 04 Mar 2019 Ohio Heads To Court Over Political Gerrymandering
The state of Ohio and voting rights groups face off Monday in a Cincinnati courtroom to determine the fate of the 2020 political map.