Obama wins presidency in a landslide. Ohio just barely goes blue. Franklin County goes for Obama 59% to 40%. Richard Cordray wins Ohio Attorney General. Steve Austria wins U.S. Congress – District 7. Pat Tiberi wins U.S. Congress – District 12. U.S. Congress – District 15 is still too close to call (as of midnight) […]
I just drove through campus on the way to work. There were about 100 students in line outside the Jesse Owens building waiting to get inside to wait in line some more. It was 7:25 in the morning. I was NEVER up before 10 when I was in college. Wow.
Cleveland.com wrote Tracking Ohio vote on election night: what counties to watch Posted by Stephen Koff November 02, 2008 After the polls close Tuesday, media reports will trickle in to say that with some small percentage of the vote counted, one candidate or another is winning Ohio. Ignore those reports. Political pros will. Without knowing […]
The Dispatch wrote Election Day lines should move faster Sunday, November 2, 2008 By Barbara Carmen and Doug Caruso Franklin County voters should see shorter lines on Tuesday than in the 2004 presidential election, when some waited five hours in the rain. But less-extreme waits in the central city could come at the expense of […]
The Dispatch wrote Absentee voters abound Wednesday, October 29, 2008 By Catherine Candisky and Mark Niquette She simply could have dropped her absentee ballot in the mail, but 61-year-old Inga Smith of Columbus wanted to vote in person and didn’t want to wait until Election Day. Smith was among hundreds of Franklin County residents who […]
swingstateproject.com wrote OH-15: Poll Shows Kilroy with 8 Point Lead Over Stivers A Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research poll conducted September 30-October 1 of 401 likely voters with a 4.9 percent margin of error shows that Mary Jo Kilroy leads Steve Stivers 44-36 percent with seven percent going for Independent candidate Don Eckhart. At the […]
The Columbus Dispatch wrote McCain, Palin tour Ohio Thursday, October 9, 2008 By Mark Niquette Republican John McCain kicked off a flurry of presidential campaign stops in battleground Ohio this week with a rally yesterday in northeastern Ohio, pledging that he’ll deliver on his promises while charging that Democrat Barack Obama’s record doesn’t match his […]