Survey of Ohioans jointly finds people who claim no religious affiliation are more likely to see poverty and/or inequality as the top concern in the election.
Ohio leery as majority cites ‘undue burden’ on choice.
Democratic candidate visits Buckeye State for 3rd time in 15 days.
Says he first ate insects on visit to China in second grade.
Michigan governor called the spending plan an “unprecedented investment.”
Trump had said he wouldn’t invite former nomination rivals to speak unless they endorsed him.
Keeping track of the 2016 Republican Party presidential primaries was a “rollercoaster,” Medina Municipal Court Clerk Nancy Abbott said. This year, for the first time, she won’t be watching from the sidelines as the party chooses
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio’s new public schools chief is ready to report to work. The state school board selected Paolo DeMaria (POW‘-loh dee-muh-REE‘-uh) last month in a rare unanimous vote as the state’s next
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