The Columbus Dispatch, published by a donor to Republican Governor John Kasich, continues advocating for the Common Core State Standards in both opinion and news coverage.
Dispatch Printing Company Chairman and CEO John Wolfe and his wife Ann donated another $24,000 to Ohio Governor John Kasich’s campaign last week, campaign finance records reveal.
A coalition including the Ohio Department of Education, Ohio State Board of Education, and Ohio Chamber of Commerce is fighting to defend Common Core with help from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Youngstown Vindicator Managing Editor Mark Sweetwood suggested in a June 6 Twitter post that Charles and David Koch donate millions to United Negro College Fund (UNCF) because they are racists.
Thomas Suddes has raged against a Republican proposal to freeze state renewable energy mandates in three consecutive editorials, imploring Governor John Kasich to drag his party to the left as he did for Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion.
Opponents of Franklin County Issue 6, a permanent levy doubling the property taxes county residents pay to support the Columbus Zoo, successfully defended a campaign mailer against an Ohio Elections Commission complaint this week.
Opponents of Franklin County Issue 6, which would double the amount of property taxes paid to the nonprofit that runs the Columbus Zoo, must contend with over half a million in pro-levy spending from the proposal’s wealthy backers.
Ohio Statehouse reporters continuously violate Ohio Senate rules by working for members of the Ohio Newspaper Association while enjoying the benefits of Ohio Legislative Correspondents Association membership.
A disproportionate share of Ohio’s worst newspaper columns spring from the pen of Thomas Suddes, a Cleveland Plain Dealer editor and Ohio University journalism professor whose work is also published by The Columbus Dispatch and Dayton Daily News.
Friends of Ted Stevenot announced late Saturday night that the former Ohio Liberty Coalition (OLC) president has decided not to run against Governor John Kasich in the May 6 primary election.