jim renacci

The Democrat, who won a third term, had been favored in polls over his opponent, who tried to paint him as a political outsider.
The party is rebuilding its "blue wall" -- and hoping to make big gains after years of GOP dominance.
Renacci and Crossland faced off to represent Ohio's 16th District. Below, more live updates on the 2014 midterm elections
If tensions between the United States and Russia continue to escalate, however, it's safe to bet that pressure on members
As members of Congress and the Obama administration scramble to respond to the increasing threat posed by the Russian military in Ukraine, economic sanctions are emerging as the United States' preferred method of exercising its leverage.
Among the senators who backed further sanctions on Monday was another wealthy member, North Carolina Democrat Sen. Kay Hagan
If you pay attention to competitive congressional races, you'll know that Ohio's 16th is one to watch. This is democracy in action, and, frankly, it's far more worth watching than this week's VP debate.
Bachmann is still reeling from her unsuccessful bid for the GOP's presidential nomination, which a June survey found had
"So why are the Republicans trying to tip the scales even more for big corporations and the richest 2 percent?" the spot
The New York City model provides a six-to-one match for small-dollar donations up to $175 each. That means that a $20 donation
Make your voice heard: Epstein doesn't see why anyone would oppose his plan. "I cannot conceive in my wildest dreams how
"It is an amazing turn of events that the legislature decided not to dismantle the district I represent," said Kucinich in
Both Stivers and Rep. Patrick Tiberi (R) are expected to benefit from the redistricting, since Democratic areas that currently
By Sabrina Eaton Religion News Service WASHINGTON (RNS) NBC's decision to edit the word "God" from the Pledge of Allegiance
The situation was even more dire for Jim Renacci, a Republican candidate who owned Renacci-Doraty Chevrolet in Wadsworth
One person at that event was Rep. John Boccieri (D-Ohio), who unexpectedly decided to attend his challenger's meeting. The