Columbus, OH – No Republican has won the White House without carrying Ohio. No Democrat has won it without Ohio since 1906. Both trends held true last night. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Inglees and Karen Kasler teamed up for this report.
Columbus, OH – A popular childhood toy is the canvas for an Ohio artist who uses it to create historical art. The artist is poised to unveil new artwork once the winner of the presidential election is made known. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – For the fourth time in 18 years, Ohioans have voted NOT to allow casino gambling here. The vote against state issue 6 was overwhelming - with more than 60% of voters rejecting the measure. But, as statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen, two different factions on the vote no side have two different "spins" on what the vote means.
Columbus, OH – Although greatly outspent, supporters of a crackdown on payday loans in Ohio have won a smashing upset victory. Ohioans have voted to KEEP new limits on short-term loan interest rates. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Over a million and a half Ohioans voted early in the last 30 days, sometimes waiting in lines that were hours long. Many of them were voting early in order to avoid long lines on the election day. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen took a look at those lines Monday afternoon.
Columbus, OH – Some Cuyahoga County residents recently set up a small grave yard next to the county's courthouse, bearing the names of communities dealing with foreclosures. The county has been one of the hardest hit in America. A coalition of neighborhood groups staged the event and called for a freeze on foreclosures. David C. Barnett of member station WCPN in Cleveland reports.
Columbus, OH – Not everyone is physically able to make it to the polls. This year, people confined to the hospital or their homes are voting from their beds. Gretchen Cuda of member station WCPN in Cleveland reports.