On day two of early voting in Ohio, a day when President Barack Obama will deliver remarks at a fundraiser supper sponsored by the Ohio Democratic Party, Hillary for America [HFA] Campaign Manager Robby Mook provided reporters on a conference call Thursday with an upbeat update on voting trends in the battleground states with just 26 days left until votes for president are tabulated.
Mook walked reporters on the call through the latest trends from core battleground states, including Ohio, and among key constituencies of voters. HFA has focused extensively on voter registration since the summer and in person voting […]Full Story... →
Ohio Gov. John Kasich gets little national attention these days after he bowed out of the Republican race for president in early May after losing 49 state primary contests.
In about 27 months he’ll no longer be the state’s top leader, a constitutional fate he can’t change but a political destiny many who have watched him radicalize state government maybe for decades to come can’t wait for.
The normally crusty governor whose off-putting persona became a well known facet of his campaign by national media types who covered his every quirky outburst and universally confused his brash style with sound […]Full Story... →
Wednesday Oct. 12, was the first day of early voting in Ohio. It’s been 15 months since Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president, and three months since he won the Republican nomination for president in July.
Now that early voting in Ohio has started—recall that voters can cast ballots in more than a dozen other states too—the one-time seesaw battle between Trump and Democratic presidential nominee seems no longer to be a toss up race. Fresh polling from Baldwin Wallace that surveyed a robust pool of 1,100 likely voters that included two third-party candidates, Hillary Clinton can see […]Full Story... →