PoliticsOhio

Fridays during All Things Considered

Emily McCord hosts PoliticsOhio. It's a wrap-up of the week's important political news in the state. Each Friday during All Things Considered, she talks with political reporters from across Ohio about local and statewide news. Bill Cohen and Karen Kasler, statehouse news reporters for the Ohio Public Radio, are regular guests.

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4:40 pm
Fri November 19, 2010

Lame-duck Governor Strickland Still Has Work Ahead

Emily McCord speaks with Karen Kasler from Ohio Public Radio's Statehouse Bureau in this week's PoliticsOhio. Kasler discusses Strickland agenda until Kasich assumes the role of Governor and why we don't know who is applying for public office, per Kasich's resume request.

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5:45 pm
Fri November 12, 2010

Leadership Change May Affect Ohio Schools

For this week's PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks with Dayton Daily News reporter Scott Elliot to discuss how Governor-elect John Kasich will approach education. Also, Elliot reports on school levy issues in the Miami Valley.

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6:00 pm
Fri November 5, 2010

What The Change At The State House Means

The election is over and Republicans now hold all major statewide offices and both the house and senate. In this week's PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks with Statehouse Bureau Chief, Karen Kasler, on what the change means for the state and what Governor Strickland may do in his final moments in office.

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5:33 pm
Fri October 29, 2010

Candidates Rally Final Days Before Election

Emily McCord speaks with Statehouse Bureau Chief Karen Kasler in this week's PoliticsOhio to discuss the last days of campaigning, and how Kasich and Strickland's tones have changed.

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5:34 pm
Fri October 22, 2010

Unemployment Numbers Bolsters Claims By Both Parties

For this week's PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks with Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen on how the unemployment numbers affect the gubernatorial race, discrepencies in the latest polls, and how national figures don't always help statewide campaigns.

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