Trump's Ohio trip, which will include a campaign rally later that night, comes as Republican strategists say the president has lost support in suburbs across the state he carried in 2016.
By Thomas Beaumont, Julie Carr Smyth, Associated Press
Republican strategists say Trump has lost support in suburbs across the state he carried in 2016, prompting debate among Republicans about whether his rural outreach can offset the continued decline in metro areas.
Ohio residents Fred Harris and grandson Darius Harris first spoke with us 10 months ago about their political perspectives and the upcoming election. At the time, the two expressed different opinions on President Trump. How have their views changed since…
Donald Trump won the White House in 2016 by taking several key swing states that former President Barack Obama had won in 2008 and 2012, including Michigan, Ohio and Florida. Each of these is expected to be a battleground again…
By Associated Press
At least 18 people were shot, including four killed, as gunfire erupted in several places around the city overnight, authorities said Sunday.
Although the economy has regained some ground since the pandemic sent it reeling, millions of Americans are still jobless and struggling. Meanwhile, the coronavirus continues to spread across the country. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, who recently tested positive on one…
By Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
Forced to play defense in states he led comfortably months ago, President Donald Trump set his sights on Ohio on Thursday in an attempt to reframe the centerpiece of his reelection pitch.
By Andrew Welsh-Huggins, Associated Press
Former Republican House Speaker Larry Householder and four others are charged with racketeering for their roles in the alleged scheme, under a law federal prosecutors typically use to charge gang members.
By Farnoush Amiri, Report for America, Dan Sewell, Associated Press
His office said the 73-year-old DeWine had no symptoms, but was returning to Columbus before Trump had landed.
By John Seewer, Associated Press
Ohio lawmakers are facing calls to repeal a $1 billion nuclear plant bailout that’s now entangled in a state bribery scandal.
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