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  • Christie Targets His Own Party to Regain 2016 Momentum

    Embattled New Jersey Governor Chris Christie went on the offensive in a speech in Chicago today, challenging some in his own party on what Republicans should stand for as they prepare for the 2016 presidential election.

  • Strickland Says Obama ‘Energized’ for Debate (Transcript)

    Former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland, co-chairman of President Barack Obama’s re- election campaign, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that the president will be “energized” by Vice President Joe Biden’s performance in his debate against Republican running mate Paul Ryan.

  • Both Campaigns Predict More Aggressive Obama at Debate

    Top surrogates for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney predicted a more aggressive Obama will show up for the second presidential debate in New York next week, while they disagreed sharply about Vice President Joe Biden’s performance.

  • Voters May Boot Ohio Governor Trying to Fix Economy

    Governor Ted Strickland sees the future of Ohio reflected in 159,000 gleaming solar panels nestled between fields and factories outside Upper Sandusky.

  • Kasich Skirts Fellow Republicans to Expand Ohio Medicaid

    As Congressional Republicans’ 16-day fight to defund President Barack Obama’s health-care overhaul dissolved, Ohio Governor John Kasich was trying to find a way around his party to expand Medicaid under the law.

  • Strickland Says Obama ‘Energized’ for Debate

    Oct. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland, a Democrat and the co-chairman of President Barack Obama's campaign, talks about the outlook for next week's presidential debate following last night's debate between U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan.

  • Ohio's Scorn of Stimulus Means Obama May Pay for Pledge

    A construction crew lined the main road heading into Wilmington , Ohio, choking traffic and kicking up dust one August afternoon as workers rebuilt sidewalks in the late-summer heat.

  • Romney Ohio Fate Tied to 47 Percenters Along Appalachians

    Pastor Rick Towe shuns politicking from the pulpit, avoiding any mention of President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney during a recent Sunday sermon at the small Pentecostal church in the southeastern Ohio River town of Kanauga. Yet the battle for the White House always seems to find him.

  • Strickland Says Ohio Focused on Renewable-Energy Future

    Ted Strickland, former Governer of Ohio, speaks at the 2011 Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit about the state's commitment to develop solar and wind-power energy sources. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Wild Animals’ Escape From Ohio Farm Like ‘Noah’s Ark Wrecking’

    Jack Hanna says the scene of wild and dangerous animals running from an eastern Ohio farm after their owner freed them and killed himself was “like Noah’s Ark wrecking.”

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