Why Romney failed in the Buckeye State
Op-ed: Republicans need to promote election reforms that better secure the voting process and minimizes opportunity for mischief in Ohio.
Ohio elections board challenges, upholds, two students’ provisional ballots
Ohio Wesleyan steps in to verify students’ identification, Elections board members say.
GOP worries about Ohio voting mischief among students
College students can early vote in the Buckeye State, and they have been aggressively courted. What could go wrong?
Ohio says ‘no’ to international observers in polling places
The group tells Human Events: “If international observers are prevented by state law from entering or coming within a certain distance of polling stations, our observers will comply with the law.”
Staff, volunteers confident of Romney victory in Ohio
The Romney campaign sees much to be encouraged by, including an increased ground game, growing endorsements, and a rise in polls showing Romney/Ryan’s lead.
Is voter fraud being committed in Ohio?
Sources point to Democrat operatives influencing the vote, and voter intimidation at at-least one location in the important swing state of Ohio. Developing …
Ohio’s Brown, Mandel meet in heated debate for U.S. Senate seat
Republican Mandel pointed to the failures in Washington, D.C., connecting Democrat Brown to the failed policies of the Obama administration.
Ohio on the rise for Romney
Human Events’ Ohio reporter Sara Marie Brenner says the Buckeye State took a decisive turn for Romney after his first debate performance.
In Ohio, Rubio links debt, taxes and the economy
The senator from Florida, campaigning for Romney, points to the weak economy and growing debt of the Obama administration as a danger to future generations of Americans.
Ohio delegates fired up for job ahead in battleground state
The journey isn’t in finished in Tampa for many of the delegates. They will return to the Buckeye state and campaign vigorously for Mitt Romney.