26
Mar
2012

The Center of Public Integrity and Global Integrity, two government watchdog groups, have released their list of the most corrupt states in the country. Ohio came in 34th on the list, and received very low ratings across the board on various ethics issues. The report breaks down the score using 15 different criteria, with Ohio failing.

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Romney Barely Scrapes Ohio Win Past Santorum

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Romney
07
Mar
2012

No state thus far had given Mitt Romney a resounding exclamation point to tout as the call for Republicans to coalesce behind his candidacy. That might have changed Tuesday night, as voters in Ohio chose Romney by a slight but important margin. Romney secured 38 percent of the vote in Ohio, one point ahead of.

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Ohio Headlines Super Tuesday

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06
Mar
2012

The biggest day of the GOP presidential race is not short on headlines or drama, which will be on full display in Ohio where the stakes couldn’t be higher for the top of the GOP ticket. The national media has fawned over the significance that Ohio has to the often dragged-out primary system. Major outlets such.

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Ohio’s Guide to the Primary Ballot

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Primaries
05
Mar
2012

Ohio’s primary is this Tuesday, and people will be voting on a range of different issues and candidates for a chance to compete in November. This guide will focus on what voters will choose between if they go to the polls on Tuesday. It will be about candidates for Ohio courts, the GOP primary,.

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Mandel Controversy Continues

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02
Mar
2012

Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel came under fire recently for failing to attend a single Board of Deposit meeting since taking office in early 2011. The story has since gone national, and has more questions than answers. The Associated Press was the first news outlet to report that from the time Mandel had taken office, he.

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Common Sense Initiative Moving Forward

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23
Feb
2012

A campaign promise of John Kasich in 2010 was to make sure government got out of the way of business and instead fostered an environment of growth. One solution the governor followed through on was to implement the Common Sense Initiative (CSI) Ohio. The agency started on January 10, 2011, in order to review regulation in.

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Showdown
20
Feb
2012

Rick Santorum, the latest Republican candidate to lead the polls in Ohio, did not mince words when out on the campaign trail in Ohio this week. “There’s no state that can shout louder. You are the biggest state. You’ve got the biggest trove of delegates,” Santorum told the Brown County Republican Party on Friday night.

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Despite SB5, Ohioans Support Right-to-Work

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16
Feb
2012

A Quinnipiac poll released on Tuesday showed that Ohioans aren’t as pro-union as the results of last November’s elections showed. A law in Ohio that would make Ohio a “Right-to-Work” state is polling at 54 percent in favor, while only 40 percent are opposed to that type of legislation. The idea of being a Right-to-Work state is.

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Ohio Teams Up with Georgia for GOP Debate

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14
Feb
2012

Ohio will be getting some attention at Tuesday night’s CNN Republican debate. The Ohio Republican Party and the Georgia Republican Party have teamed up for the debate, giving the two Super Tuesday states some extra attention during yet another Republican debate. The ORP is very pleased with the arrangement. “The Ohio Republican Party is very pleased to.

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