Ohio House Republicans’ measure would ban any person or organization that “promotes, endorses, advocates, or condones gateway sexual activity” from teaching sex ed courses in the state. Students would be given the right to sue if the school district doesn’t comply.
Nick Offerman, Allison Brie, Megan Mullally, and director Jordan Vogt-Roberts discuss the highlights of making their coming-of-age tale far away from cynical Hollywood.
John Kasich’s office says he was using the term “loosely” when he said he supported civil unions.
Eighteen-year-old T.J. Lane gunned down three students at a high school in northeast Ohio last year. He was given to three life sentences today.
“Log Cabin Republicans welcomes Senator Portman’s support, and encourages his GOP colleagues in the Senate to join him on the right side of history,” the group’s head says. Portman is the only sitting Republican senator to have announced support for marriage equality.
Former Ohio Democratic Party communications director Seth Bringman joins “Ready for Hillary,” a source tells BuzzFeed. The first major outside group gets serious about 2016.
Don’t be jealous. The worst part about moving away from Cincy is leaving behind this regional feast.
Democrats claim governor is trying to intimidate critics.
The hacker group Anonymous has turned a local rape controversy into something much larger after leaking the personal records of 50,000 Ohio residents. The group is demanding justice for what they’re calling a conspiracy to cover up one teenage girl’s possible sexual assault.
Federal judge finds an order by the Ohio elections chief about provisional ballots to have violated Ohio law and the U.S. Constitution. Ohio’s Jon Husted will appeal, says order could lead to “potentially fraudulent votes.”
Founder of unskewedpolls.com wouldn’t concede that Obama had won and Romney had lost. Team Karl Rove.
“Reform is invariably propelled by shocking imagery.”
President Obama wins a second term. Ohio puts him over the mark, and Virginia gives him 300 electoral votes.
“This suit was completely baseless and caused unnecessary concern and confusion,” Ohio’s top election official said.
It feels like people only care about Ohio only on Election Day. But it’s a neat state that you should consider loving.
Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted is battling Democrats over a provisional voting form dispute. “We want the voter to do this so … that their vote will be counted,” Husted says. “What we’re talking about are a handful of ballots in the big scheme of things.”
For recount-ready legal teams, every vote could be The Deciding Factor. A weekend squabble in Ohio shows just how seriously and closely every decision is being watched.
The vice president pleads with supporters in the crucial battleground state. “We need you, Ohio. We need you!”
Tea Party protests. Agency deception. White House confusion. Partisan smoke, and few straight answers, on the campaign trail.
The two campaigns prepare to fight over everything from Hurricane Sandy to voter ID laws. Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Virginia and Pennsylvania are the states to watch for election litigation.
The president presses attack on misleading Romney spot. UPDATE: Romney camp responds.
Campaigning today in Ohio, Ann says she told her husband after the his 2008 run that she was “never doing this again.” Romney’s response: “You say that after every pregnancy!”
The “Romney-Ryan Real Recovery Road Rally” to cover 11 states, include nearly 100 surrogates.
“What they need is donations of blood and donations of money.”
“Mitt Romney on Ohio jobs: Wrong then…dishonest now.” Auto-bailout wars in the Buckeye State.
At a rally outside Cleveland, the candidate softened his tone and said now is “a time when we need to come together” Cancels campaign events for Sandy.
Ryan’s image changes again. “He worked across the aisle.”
“Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, We Can’t Lose,” the Republican nominee says in Marion, Ohio.
How the major Ohio newspapers published their poll showing a 49-49 tie.