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Newly minted VP candidate Vance rips Harris in campaign debut The Press-Enterprise, California19:48 22-Jul-24
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Ohio Republican calls for "civil war" Salon.com16:27 22-Jul-24
Meet the billionaire behind JD Vance Salon.com14:05 22-Jul-24
Ohio, the Heart of It All National Review Online10:54 22-Jul-24
In the last 7 days
Biden is out — what happens next for Ohio? NewsNet5, Ohio22:32 21-Jul-24
JD Vance leads Trump’s push to win key ‘blue wall’ states The News Tribune, Washington14:05 20-Jul-24
“Ohio’s Phantom Menace” Election Law (Weblog)08:09 20-Jul-24
The Chosen One The Daily Signal19:50 19-Jul-24
Vice Presidential Candidates on the Trail C-Span (Video)19:31 19-Jul-24
Why Trump chose JD Vance Yahoo! US10:33 19-Jul-24
Jason Opal: Trump convert JD Vance may blaze path for others La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin09:57 19-Jul-24
Donald Trump’s Second Coming The New Yorker02:06 19-Jul-24
Late speechwriter was never at a loss for words Maryland Matters19:31 18-Jul-24
Senate Transportation Leaders Tout Trump at RNC Transport Topics18:48 18-Jul-24
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Latest politics news in Ohio including updates on local, state and federal legislature, Ohio Issue 1 and Issue 2, education, CRT, and more.

Ohio is considered a swing state. In the federal government, Ohio is represented by two U.S. Senators and fifteen U.S. Representatives. One Senator, J.D. Vance, is Republican whilst the other, Sherrod Brown, is a Democrat. Of the fifteen Representatives, ten are Republicans whilst the other five are Democrats. Ohio has a Republican governor, Mike DeWine, who was reelected in 2022. The state legislature is also controlled by the Republican, who have majorities in both chambers.


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