Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich says he plans to push against political adversaries during his second term, as he tries to enact restrictions on charter schools and reach a satisfactory compromise on renewable-energy mandates.
Ohio’s junior senator is speaking out for the first time about his decision to take his name out of the running for the Republican nomination for president in 2016. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports.
"The Economist" magazine and The University of Virginia's "Crystal Ball" are among the national political prognosticators who say Governor John Kasich and Senator Rob Portman will make a run for the White House.
With just five weeks to go before the election, a new Quinnipiac University poll of likely voters shows Republican incumbent Governor John Kasich with a commanding lead over Democratic challenger Ed FitzGerald.
ByJim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio & Associated Press•Sep 30, 2014
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie told Republican backers at a rally in Independence Monday giving Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich a resounding victory in November will send a message that the party's policies are working.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald says he supports the legalization of medical marijuana if the user is under a doctor's supervision, breaking from nearly all Republicans and many Democrats in the state who have been hesitant to endorse it.
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.
Legal advocates for the poor have filed a civil rights complaint with the federal government over Ohio's move to waive work requirements for food stamp beneficiaries in certain counties while enforcing them in most.