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A Republican State Representative says he is ending his campaign for the 16th Congressional District seat.

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Some of Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Renacci's recent attacks against Secretary of State Jon Husted in the four-way GOP gubernatorial contest were coordinated through a private entity called Citizens for Trump.

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An Ohio Republican congressman running for governor has pulled a 20 thousand dollar television ad from an upcoming NFL broadcast over protests by players kneeling during the national anthem. 

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A former Ohio State football player has filed the paperwork to run for Congress next year.

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Former Ohio State and NFL wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez is considering a run for Congress.

Ohio Public Radio

One of the Republican gubernatorial candidates possibly made an illegal campaign contribution.

Andy Chow / Ohio Statehouse News Bureau

Ohio Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor’s official announcement last week that she’s running to succeed Governor John Kasich rounds out the 2018 GOP gubernatorial field at four.

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's lawsuit against five drug companies is drawing mixed reaction from Republican and Democratic gubernatorial candidates.

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Ohio Democratic Party chair David Pepper is criticizing Republican Congressman Jim Renacci, who has filed the paperwork to run for Governor next year.

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Some retailers worried that a contentious proposed tax on imports would hurt business have voiced concerns to an Ohio Republican congress member who is  on a tax-writing legislative committee.

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor has launched her gubernatorial campaign by creating a fundraising committee.

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Republican State Treasurer Josh Mandel has filed the paperwork to reopen fundraising for a possible U.S. Senate bid in 2018 against Democratic incumbent Sherrod Brown.

cleveland.com

The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has rejected the appeal of the conviction of North Canton businessman Ben Suarez.

Judge Declines To Dismiss Suarez Conviction

Oct 10, 2014

A federal district judge has refused to dismiss a North Canton telemarketing millionaire's conviction on a witness tampering charge.

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Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich is fighting a subpoena to testify for the defense at the federal trial of a businessman accused of using employees and others to funnel illegal campaign contributions to two GOP politicians.

The trial of the Northeast Ohio businessman accused of funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars into the political campaigns of Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel and Congressman Jim Renacci gets underway today.

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The chief financial officer of a North Canton-based telemarketing firm has agreed to cooperate with federal prosecutors  in a case involving allegations the company funneled illegal campaign contributions to two candidates.

Kasich To Donate Campaign Contributions To Charity

Sep 27, 2013

Ohio Governor John Kasich will donate to charity more than 22 thousand dollars in campaign contributions he received from a businessman accused of skirting campaign finance laws while funneling thousands of dollars to two congressional campaigns.

Two business executives have been indicted on charges of funnelling nearly 200-thousand dollars in corporate money to the campaigns of a U.S. Senate candidate and a sitting member of Congress.