Hillary Clinton will return to the campaign trail Thursday following three days recuperating from a bout of pneumonia that preceded overheating at a 911 anniversary ceremony in New York City. Mrs. Clinton will reengage after a new letter from her doctor declared her “fit to serve” as president.
Meanwhile, new polls show the race for president is getting very dicey in all-important Ohio, the state that can make or break a candidate’s run for the White House.Full Story... →
There’s no better surrogate to talk you up than one of your own. Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton, was in Westerville, Ohio, Thursday afternoon to help open the 54th campaign office for the Clinton-Kaine campaign.
Hillary Clinton is engaged in a historic fight with her Republican presidential opponent Donald Trump, who recent polls show has edged out in front of the former secretary of state by five points in Ohio after trailing her in the key battleground state for many months.
Speaking to 125 energized Clinton campaign supporters, daughter Chelsea listed many reasons why Democrats must capture […]Full Story... →
A platoon of educators Tuesday afternoon gathered outside a Hillary Clinton campaign office in Upper Arlington, an affluent suburb of Columbus with The Ohio State University nearby, to declare their support for the Clinton-Kaine presidential ticket, especially on issues related to education.
Comments delivered emphasized that “to make the economy work for everyone, every child — no matter his or her background — should have access to a high-quality education and praising her decades-long record of fighting for children and families.”
Becky Higgins, Ohio Education Association President, Melissa Cropper, Ohio Federation of Teachers President, high school Social Studies teacher Phil […]Full Story... →