Ohio Supreme Court’s GOP Chief Justice Challenges Party With Appeal To Voters On Redistricting
The state redistricting commission's maps favoring Republicans, she said, indicated the commission was “seemingly unwilling to put aside partisan concerns.”
Ohio GOP AG Sues Biden Admin To Use Stimulus Cash To Fund State Tax Cuts
The state still wants federal dollars, as long as it can use them to finance tax cuts.
Where Things Stand: How Will Ohio Swing Post-Trump?
This is your TPM afternoon briefing.
News of Sen. Rob Portman’s (R-OH) retirement could be grounds for the latest reassessment of the historically-purple-but-lately-pretty-red state.
Is Your State Ready For The Pandemic Election? A Look At IA, KS, ME, MT, OH
We’re taking a state-by-state look at the places that appear most ready for a pandemic election, and the places that could be in for a big mess.