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.
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.
President Obama begins airing a two-minute television appeal in Ohio and six other states today.
President Obama spoke with several supporters yesterday following a speech at Schiller Park in German Village. The supporters said they wanted to hear his position on U.S. trade policy with China.
President Obama is scheduled to campaign at Schiller Park in German Village on Monday afternoon.
Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney campaigned in Mansfield Monday and blamed Ohio's unemployment problem on President Obama.
A new television ad from Mitt Romney's campaign is using Bill Clinton's words against President Obama.
Ohio's delegation to the Democratic National Convention has plenty of ideas on what President Obama should talk about in tonight's acceptance speech.
President Obama told a Labor Day crowd in Toledo that Ohio Governor John Kasich's remarks about the state's improved economy at last week's Republican National Convention does not mesh with the message of others in the party.
A Democratic super PAC supporting President Obama is releasing a new TV ad in Ohio and three other battleground states, aiming to undermine Republican Mitt Romney's appeals to middle-class workers.