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The third debate in a series between Lee Fisher and Rob Portman, candidates for Ohio's seat in the US Senate.

What You Need To Know When Voting For Judge

Oct 8, 2010

In this week's PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks with Sandra Mantz from the Greater Dayton League of Women Voters. They discuss how electing judges in Ohio can be a confusing process.

Debate between Lee Fisher and Rob Portman, candidates for Ohio's seat in the US Senate.

The first in a series of debates between Lee Fisher and Rob Portman, candidates for Ohio's seat in the US Senate.

Boehner Well Positioned For November

Sep 24, 2010

In today's PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks to Martin Gottlieb. He's on the editorial staff at the "Dayton Daily News" and is a columnists who covers local politics. This week, John Boehner unveiled the Republican "Pledge to America"; their governing agenda should they win the house in November. McCord first asks Gottleib about Boehner's ambitions for becoming Speaker of the House.

Full version of this afternoon's debate featuring Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice candidates Eric Brown and Maureen O'Connor.

Julie Zickefoose

Ohio naturalist and wildlife artist, Julie Zickefoose has a story about a trip she took into the woods not far from here - with a group of schoolkids.

Juliet Fromholt

On Friday morning four new parks opened in downtown Dayton. They were small - about 200 square feet- and they were in the street. That's because September 17th was PARK(ing) Day. Dayton joined cities around the world participating in the grassroots movement that transforms metered parking spots into mini green spaces for one day only.

Here's how it works: people around the world pick a metered parking spot in their community. They feed the meter all day to rent the spot which gets transformed into a small park.

Governor's Debate Not A Game-Changer

Sep 17, 2010

Tuesday night was the first gubernatorial debate between Democrat Ted Strickland and Republican John Kasich. In this week's edition of PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks to Statehouse Bureau Chief, Karen Kasler, about the highlights of the evening, and whether or not it's made a difference for Ohio voters.

Foreclosure Filings Up in Dayton Metro Area

Sep 17, 2010

Foreclosures are on the rise in the Dayton metro area, with Montgomery County having the highest numbers. This comes from the foreclosure filing company, Realty Trac.

Montgomery, Greene and Miami Counties saw a 30 percent increase in foreclosure filings in August from the same time a year ago. Montgomery County had the largest increase from 663 filings in August 2009, to 884 last month. University of Dayton economist Richard Stock says because of recent jobs loss, this doesn't come as a surprise.

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