Ohio Senate

The former Ohio state senator warned that Trump could "bring back the colored and white water fountain."
Delaying a nomination is unpopular in Ohio, where the incumbent Republican already trails.
Ohio Right to Life spokeswoman Katherine Franklin said she expects the House to take up the bill in the fall. (Additional
Seitz is a boardmember for the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) -- a corporate-funded group that produces model
What do we do in a legislature and state mostly controlled by men who have some difficulty using the medical terminology for genitals or understanding the difference between a woman's body and a man's?
While several GOP-controlled state legislatures flipped back to a Democratic majority on Tuesday, Ohio's State Assembly remained
Despite the onslaught of spending, Brown has an edge, according to recent polls. The Huffington Post's Pollster shows him
The ad features an on-camera interview with John Betts, who prompted Brown to work on the passage of a motor coach safety
As the presidential candidates make tax policy personal, the same thing is happening in Ohio, where Sen. Sherrod Brown's
The Fund was created in May 2011 and an affiliated super PAC, the Government Integrity Fund Action Network, registered with
Subject: Here's the Ohio Senate ad you voted for You voted for us to run ads in the Ohio Senate race, and today they are
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) is out with his third ad, a positive spot highlighting the senator's efforts to rescue the auto
Go, Mom. Fierce, funny, and direct is the only way to keep these conservative bloggers in their place. Unfortunately, most
Progressive advocacy group MoveOn.org came out with more Senate candidate endorsements on Thursday, throwing its large grassroots
Michigan District Upset At Cost Of Election To Replace Rep. Thad McCotter [Traverse City Record Eagle} The next most expensive
On Monday, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission, arguing that
"There's no way in the world we're going to have as much money as they are," Mandel said at a speech in Dublin, Ohio. "What
An Ohio source passed along a photo from Mandel's 1996 yearbook at Beachwood High School, in which the future politician