Columbus, Oh – Opponents of a proposed race track complex on Columbus' near West side continue to make noise about the noise they believe the development will bring. Alison Holm has more from Wednesday's Columbus Metropolitan Club forum.
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Columbus, OH – The Ohio Department of Development has put in place a new program designed to help companies that might be at risk of closure or layoffs. In an interview with Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles, the Development Department's Dan Reynolds explains how this new layoff aversion program works.
Columbus, OH – Ohio's Tea Party Movement has just issued an endorsement in the Attorney General's race. Even though the movement is NOT picking incumbent Democrat Richard Cordray, his campaign is GLAD about the endorsement. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen explains why.
Columbus, OH – Ohioans can begin early voting today in all 88 counties. Voters can contact their local board of elections to request to vote by mail. In an interview with Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles, Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner explains voters can also go to an early voting location....usually at the local board of elections.
Columbus, OH – Even though election day isn't until November 2nd, early voting --- by mail - begins today. That's why Democratic governor Ted Strickland and his Republican challenger, John Kasich have been trying to score political points early. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen has this wrap-up on the sometimes bitter campaign.