President Obama

A new Quinnipiac University poll of Ohio voters shows 57 percent disapprove of President Obama's job performance.

Retired Generals To Promote Pre-K Education

Jun 11, 2013

Some retired military generals plan to promote President Obama's pre-K education program today in suburban Dayton.

Federal charges have been filed against a Columbus man accused of threatening to kill President Obama.

President Obama's choice to head the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has cleared one procedural hurdle, but another remains.

Ohio State University says people planning to attend President Obama's commencement speech on Sunday should allow extra time to get through security lines.

A Columbus man is scheduled to appear in court this morning to face charges of threatening the life of President Obama on-line.

President Obama met with congressional leaders this morning to try to avoid 85 billion dollars in military and domestic spending cuts before the midnight deadline.

Obama Supporter Sues For Wrongful Termination

Feb 21, 2013

A Montgomery County woman says she was fired three days after the presidential election because of her vote for President Obama.

Senators Want POTUS To Talk Jobs and Business Tonight

Feb 12, 2013

Ohio's two U.S. Senators are speaking about what they hope to hear in President Obama's State of the Union address tonight.

Electoral College Holds Formal Vote

Dec 18, 2012

Members of the Electoral College have formalized the presidential election results in Ohio in a vote that delivers 18 electoral votes to Democratic incumbent Barack Obama.

President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are scheduled to appear today at a campaign rally in Dayton.

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows President Obama has a five point lead in Ohio over Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

Independent groups supporting Republican Mitt Romney have helped him match or exceed President Obama's TV ad spending in dozens of media markets in Ohio and seven other swing states.

President Obama held a campaign rally at Ohio University last night, saying he has two daughters and doesn't want them to be paid less for the same job as a man.

Bruce Springsteen will join former President Bill Clinton at a rally today in Parma for President Obama's campaign, two days after the second presidential debate.

President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are scheduled to speak in Ohio this evening.


Oct 5, 2012

Final preparations are have been made for President Obama's visit to Cleveland State University today.

The AFL-CIO says it has registered more than 450-thousand new voters from union households, including 68-thousand in Ohio, in a bid to help President Obama win re-election.

A Jewish political organization supporting Republican Mitt Romney's presidential bid is launching 2-point-5 million dollars worth of television ads in Ohio and four other states.

President Obama courted the student vote yesterday during campaign stops at Bowling Green State and Kent State universities.