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The Second Round Of Democratic Debates

Aug 1, 2019
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks at a Service Employees International Union forum on labor issues, Saturday, April 27, 2019, in Las Vegas.
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The crowded Democratic presidential pool had their second round of debates this week.

Most candidates struggled to set themselves apart from the group while frontrunners looked to maintain their leads.

Today on All Sides, we recap second round of democratic debates and what to expect moving forward.

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

Apr 8, 2019
The Ohio Statehouse in downtown Columbus.
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Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan last week announced that he will seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2020.

He joins a long and diverse list of Democrats seeking the nomination. 

Today on All Sides, Tim Ryan’s chances for the oval office and more on our weekly Reporter Roundtable. 

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

Mar 11, 2019
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Gov. Mike DeWine has proposed doubling state aid for family and children’s services, from $74 million a year to $151 million a year, shoring up poor counties more dependent on the state.

In fact, just 51 of Ohio’s 88 counties use levies to generate local funding, a big factor in Ohio’s last-place ranking for support of local children’s services.

Today on All Sides weekly reporter roundtable, how the governor’s promises will land in the Ohio General Assembly and more.  

There are so many people who have known the late John H. Glenn, Jr. – fighter pilot, Mercury astronaut, United States Senator from Ohio – who believe he would have made a very good president of the United States.

President Obama will address the nation for what's likely to be the last time Tuesday night. He says the prime-time address from his adopted hometown of Chicago will be a chance to celebrate the successes of the past eight years and to offer some thoughts on where the nation goes from here.

Hillary Clinton conceded the White House race to President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday morning, saying she hoped "he will be a successful president for all Americans."

Donald Trump has been elected the 45th president of the United States, the capstone of a tumultuous and divisive campaign that won over white voters with the promise to "Make America Great Again."

Trump crossed the 270 electoral vote threshold at 2:31 a.m. ET with a victory in Wisconsin, according to Associated Press projections.

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Ohio University's president says he's going to retire next year when his contract expires.

John Kasich Meet the Press
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Governor John Kasich isn't ready to say he's running for the White House, but if he does he says his record both in Washington and as a private executive make him uniquely qualified for president. 

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It’s looking more like Gov. John Kasich is going to run for President in 2016.

Huckabee supporters lobby for Ohio debate and hope for a miracle

Feb 21, 2008

Despite impossible odds, Ohio supporters of GOP Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee are keeping the faith. They want a media organization to sponsor a debate between him John McCain and Ron Paul. C-N-N canceled its Republican debate in Ohio that was set for next week. WOSU sat down with a couple of central Ohio Huckabee supporters to find out why they want a debate so badly.

"If there's one thing that makes people change their mind out Governor Huckabee and his chances for becoming president, it's hearing him speak," Matthew Judy said.

Poll: Clinton, Guiliani neck and neck in Ohio

Dec 5, 2007

The latest independent poll on the presidential race in Ohio shows pretty much what all the other polls have shown. By wide margins, Ohio Democrats favor Hillary Clinton as their nominee and Ohio Republicans favor Rudy Guiliani. And when the two are matched head-to-head, it's a virtual tie.