• Kasich keeps Ohio’s 66 delegates from Trump

    by  • March 16, 2016

    I admit it, I didn’t think John Kasich would make it to Ohio’s primary. But he did, mainly by focusing only on a couple of states, staying out of the crossfire between the frontrunners and keeping his powder dry for Ohio. Yesterday he soundly defeated Donald Trump. That makes it more difficult, but not...

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    ORP cries foul over logo use on mailers

    by  • March 8, 2016

    Most average voters are unaware of this, but in Ohio’s primary on March 15th, we won’t just be nominating candidates for the GOP ticket in November’s races. We’ll also be choosing who makes up the State Central Committee for the Ohio Republican Party. There is a man and a woman elected in each of...

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    Could John Kasich be removed from the Pennsylvania primary ballot?

    by  • March 4, 2016

    Ohio Governor John Kasich faces the possibility of being removed from the primary ballot in his home state of Pennsylvania. In the days before the deadline, I heard rumors that his campaign may have fallen short of qualifying for the ballot. Those rumors appeared to be disproved when he was approved to appear on...

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    Pat Fischer is the better choice for Ohio Supreme Court

    by  • March 2, 2016

    Lost in the craziness of Trump and the nomination fight is a hotly contested Supreme Court race here in Ohio between two Court of Appeals judges. Judge Pat Fischer is from the First District Court of Appeals and has the support of numerous groups across a broad spectrum of the Republican Party. Just a...

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