Campaign Finance Reports

Republican State Representative Nino Vitale is accused of misusing campaign funds.  

Ohio Public Radio

New campaign finance reports for September show this year's gubernatorial race will be the most expensive in Ohio history. 

Ohio Public Radio

Campaign finance records show Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine has nearly twice as much money in the bank as Democratic opponent Rich Cordray.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor each spent nearly 5 million dollars against the other in their fight for the Republican gubernatorial nomination. 

Ohio Public Radio

One of the Republican gubernatorial candidates possibly made an illegal campaign contribution.

Ohio's gubernatorial candidates have filed their campaign finance reports.

Former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland continues to lag in cash as he seeks to unseat Republican incumbent Rob Portman in one of the year's most closely watched U.S. Senate contests.

Kaisch Augments Campaign Funding Advantage

Sep 5, 2014

Campaign finance reports show Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald raised 111 thousand dollars last month, while incumbent Republican John Kasich raised over 1.1 million, further bolstering his fundraising advantage. 

Dems Have Funding Advantage In Three Statewide Races

Apr 25, 2014

Campaign finance reports show Ohio Democrats have outraised incumbent Republicans in three statewide races so far this year, with Governor John Kasich strengthening his advantage.

Candidates File Campaign Finance Totals

Jan 31, 2014

The major party candidates for governor have filed their campaign finance reports for the last six months of 2013.