Ohio Governor John Kasich

Legal advocates for the poor have filed a civil rights complaint with the federal government over Ohio's move to waive work requirements for food stamp beneficiaries in certain counties while enforcing them in most.

Dems Suing Kasich, Taylor Over Public Records

Aug 15, 2014

Democrats are now filing a public records lawuit suit against Republican Governor John Kasich.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald is answering questions about how police found him in a car talking to a female friend in middle of the night two years ago.

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich holding a strong lead over Democratic challenger Ed FitzGerald.

Strickland: Stimulus Money Helped Ohio's Economy

Jul 25, 2014
State of Ohio

Many economic indicators show Ohio's economy has recovered significantly since the Great Recession.

Some low income Columbus children are the first to take advantage of a full day pre-school program that pairs community investment with state dollars.

Farmer In Kasich Radio Ad Not Just A Farmer

Jul 18, 2014
Toledo Blade

The farmer featured in a radio ad for Governor John Kasich's re-election campaign airing across rural Ohio sits on the board of Columbus-based Nationwide Insurance. 

FitzGerald's First TV Ad Prompts Swift Republican Counter Move

Jul 16, 2014

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald has launched his first television ad, three months after incumbent Republican  John Kasich started airing ads statewide.

A company that provides credit-card services and loyalty programs says it is expanding operations in Ohio and expects to add 700 new jobs.


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.

Kasich Defends Taylor In Timesheet Probe

Jun 17, 2014
State of Ohio

Ohio Governor John Kasich is defending Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, after two of her top aides resigned because of concerns about their timesheets.

Ohio Governor John Kasich has signed the controversial bill freezing the state’s alternative energy standards for two years.

A package of tax cuts backed by Governor John Kasich is headed to the Republican's desk after it cleared the Ohio Legislature last night. The tax cuts were part of a slew of policy changes made in a midterm budget bill. 

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Governor John Kasich trailing Democrat Hillary Clinton in Ohio in a hypothetical presidential matchup.

State of Ohio

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Ohio Governor John Kasich with a fifteen point lead over his Democratic challenger, Ed FitzGerald.

FitzGerald Proposes Universal Access To Preschool

May 15, 2014

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald told a Westerville audience yesterday he'll work to guarantee all Ohio 4-year-olds have access to public preschool by 2018 if he's elected.


An American Lung Association poll shows 63 percent of Ohioans support raising cigarette taxes by a dollar a pack.

Dems Have Funding Advantage In Three Statewide Races

Apr 25, 2014

Campaign finance reports show Ohio Democrats have outraised incumbent Republicans in three statewide races so far this year, with Governor John Kasich strengthening his advantage.

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Launches Radio Ads

Apr 18, 2014

The ad war in the governor’s race is being fought in two different arenas.

Kasich Releases His First Re-Election Campaign Ad

Apr 16, 2014

Though there's never been an official kickoff of Governor John Kasich's re-election campaign, it has launched its the first TV ad.