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Latest John Kasich Items
Republican Gov. John Kasich and Democratic rival Ed FitzGerald will focus this fall in their campaigns on Ohio's economic position and how that has hit or benefited workers and businesses in the state.
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Democrat Ed FitzGerald can now begin the 2014 gubernatorial campaign in earnest, with the pesky primary season behind them.
Now it's on to the finals.
The November field for governor was set Tuesday, Ohioans voted their approval for a state program for repairs and upgrades to roads and bridges, and an embattled state legislator got soundly rejected.
Gov. John Kasich's decision not to make a former death row inmate eligible for parole was "devastating," the inmate said in his first interview after the governor spared his life.
Cleveland Democrat Ed FitzGerald easily won the Democratic primary for governor on Tuesday, setting up a high-stakes showdown this fall with incumbent Republican John Kasich.
The state has moved a condemned Ohio killer spared by Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) off death row to a new prison in the northeast part of the state.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio is calling for a moratorium on executions through 2015.
Republican Gov. John Kasich on Wednesday spared a prison inmate set to die later this month for the killing of a Cleveland produce vendor while rejecting calls that he be made eligible for parole and possible release.