1. PBS NewsHour: VOTE 2010 Election Special

    Republicans made big midterm election gains Tuesday, capturing enough seats to take control of the House. Democrats, meanwhile, are expected to maintain an edge in the Senate.

    (Source: pbs.org)

  2. GOP Seizes Control Of US House
In state and local races, GOP candidates also prevailed: Kasich beats Strickland for Ohio Governor, Stivers over Kilroy in Ohio’s 15th District, Tiberi over Brooks in the 12th, Gibbs over Space in the 18th. 
In other ballot issues, the Columbus City Council can now meet behind closed doors, and the much watch Columbus Library Issue 4 has passed.
Photo: President Barack Obama makes an election night phone call to Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) from his Treaty Room office in the White House residence a couple of minutes after midnight, Nov. 3, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

    GOP Seizes Control Of US House

    In state and local races, GOP candidates also prevailed: Kasich beats Strickland for Ohio Governor, Stivers over Kilroy in Ohio’s 15th District, Tiberi over Brooks in the 12th, Gibbs over Space in the 18th. 

    In other ballot issues, the Columbus City Council can now meet behind closed doors, and the much watch Columbus Library Issue 4 has passed.

    Photo: President Barack Obama makes an election night phone call to Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) from his Treaty Room office in the White House residence a couple of minutes after midnight, Nov. 3, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

    (Source: wosu.org)

  3. Democrats and Republicans: Calling All Voters

    Election Day is mere hours away and both parties are making last minute calls to voters reminding them to vote. WOSU visited a couple of call centers and has this story. Read more »

    (Source: wosu.org)

  4. From Ohio’s 12th Congressional District, Republican Congressman Pat Tiberi and his Democratic challenger Paula Brooks debate at the WOSU@COSI Studios. Mike Thompson, host of WOSU’s Columbus on the Record moderates. (debate starts at about 19:00)

    (Source: wosu.org)

  5. Early Voters In Franklin County Offer Clues To Election

    The 2010 political campaign is about over. But already, thousands of voters in Ohio have cast ballots through early voting. At the Franklin County Board of elections on East Broad Street on Sunday a steady stream of voters showed up to make their preferences known. Read more »

    (Source: wosu.org)

  6. Have this year’s negative political ads really “taken dirty to a whole new level”?

    (Source: reason.tv)

  7. Could GOP Gov Hopeful Want National Role In 2012? →

    He’s a budget hawk with Fox News face time. He’s getting campaign help from Republican heavyweights. And he’ll lead a vital presidential swing state if he wins Ohio’s governor’s race next week. Is there any doubt John Kasich is positioning himself to be a player in 2012?

  8. Host Mike Thompson previews tonight’s Columbus on the Record, including a moderated discussion between Ohio’s 12th District Congressional candidates Pat Tiberi (R) and Paula Brooks (D). Join a live chat during the show starting at 8:30 p.m. tonight on WOSU TV.

  9. Obama’s Re-election Could Be Tied to Ohio →

    The most politically important state in America, at least in the eyes of the White House, is Ohio. President Obama arrives this weekend for one last rally of the campaign season, his 12th visit since taking office and his second in only two weeks. But the attention might be as much about Mr. Obama’s own political fortunes as about the 2010 midterm election. Read more »

  10. Talking Points - First Two Ohio Congressional Debates
We took transcripts of the discussions we had with Congressional candidates the past two weeks  - First Rep.Mary Jo Kilroy and Steve Stivers and then  Rep. Zack Space and Bob Gibbs - and put them into a “word cloud”.  The large print words were used most often.

    Talking Points - First Two Ohio Congressional Debates

    We took transcripts of the discussions we had with Congressional candidates the past two weeks - First Rep.Mary Jo Kilroy and Steve Stivers and then Rep. Zack Space and Bob Gibbs - and put them into a “word cloud”. The large print words were used most often.