Ohio Republican Party

GOP Sues To Obtain Certain FitzGerald Records

Jul 10, 2014

The Ohio Republican Party is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to force Cuayhoga County Executive and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald to release key-card data showing when he enters and leaves county buildings and parking facilities.

Hundreds gathered in Columbus over the weekend for the Ohio Republican Party's annual state dinner. 

Major Parties Spin Tuesday's Election Results

Nov 7, 2013

The two major political parties have different takes on the results of Tuesday's elections.

GOP Files Complaint Over FitzGerald Campaign Contribution

Sep 9, 2013

The Ohio Republican Party is filing a complaint with the state elections watchdog accusing FitzGerald of violating campaign contribution laws. 

Supporters Say Affordable Care Act Will Benefit Women

Aug 8, 2013

Supporters of the federal health care law say women, in particular, are benefiting from the new program.

Conservative Rift Continues

May 7, 2013

The rift among conservatives over the Ohio GOP's stance on major issues and its support of Governor John Kasich continues.

Conservatives Criticize GOP Leadership

Mar 22, 2013

Some conservative activists who often work on different issues have come together to announce their rejection of the current direction of the state Republican party leadership.

GOP Leaders Back Borges To Succeed Bennett

Mar 19, 2013

Ohio Republican elected officials are backing 40-year-old Matthew Borges to replace state party chair Bob Bennett.

The Ohio elections commission has now approved a settlement between backers of the group pushing the redistricting issue on the November ballot, the Ohio Republican Party, and another opposition group.

The coalition behind a fall ballot push seeking to change the way Ohio draws legislative and congressional districts wants its complaint against a Republican opposition mailer dismissed.

The Ohio Elections Commission has found probable cause that a mailer paid for by the Ohio Republican Party violates state election law.

Ohio Republicans think they can win at the ballot box this November with a message focused on increasing oil and gas drilling. They got some training at the party's convention in Tampa on how to spread that message. ML Schultze of member station WKSU in Kent reports. 

More than 500 Ohio Republicans will attend the Party's convention in Tampa, which begins Monday.