Ohio's Republican party chairman has announced he's stepping down just two weeks after GOP leaders in seven of the state's largest counties asked him resign.
Kevin DeWine says he's leaving his post April 13 when a successor will be elected. He says he will remain on the state central committee.
In a letter to party officials Wednesday night, DeWine said "factions within our party" are fighting over who is best to provide leadership. He says that fight could become a "party-splitting dispute that no one will win and everyone will lament."
Ellen Belcher, who is filling in for Emily McCord, interviews John Green, director of the Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron, about the results of Mitt Romney's tepid win in Ohio's primary.
Ellen Belcher, who's filling in for Emily McCord, interviews the Columbus Dispatch's Joe Hallett about the run-up to Super Tuesday on March 6. Hallett, who has been traveling with GOP candidates as they barnstorm Ohio, talks about how voters are reacting and explains why Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine retracted his endorsement of Mitt Romney and is instead supporting Rick Santorum.