Karen Kasler

Real estate magnate Donald Trump accepted the GOP nomination last night. But that doesn’t mean the party is unified behind him.  Gov. John Kasich’s delegates attended the convention and many of them admit they have a hard time accepting Trump.

Jo Ingles

A truce has been called in the battle between Ohio’s Republican Party chairman and the Donald Trump campaign - on the day that Donald Trump will officially accept his party's nomination for president.

Ben Postlethwait/Flickr

National conventions are usually a time for Republicans and Democrats to rally behind their party’s pick. But in Cleveland, many of Ohio’s Republican delegation are still pretty cold on the idea of Donald Trump as their nominee. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports.

U.S. Sen. Rob Portman has been very active with some unconventional activities during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, from helping Habitat for Humanity to kayaking with wounded soldiers. But Portman says the one thing he still doesn’t plan to do is step onto the convention stage. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports from Cleveland.

Andy Chow

Frank Luntz, the As-Seen-On-TV pollster, brought some new energy to the Ohio Republican Delegation on the second day of the RNC in Cleveland.  Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports he did it by roasting Hillary Clinton and suggesting some interesting data.

Strickland Campaign

A campaign gimmick for Democratic former Gov. Ted Strickland ended up backfiring with some community advocates during the RNC in Cleveland. Now his opponent in that U.S. Senate race is responding. 

Karen Kasler

Gov. John Kasich spent the entire day in northeast Ohio, but none of that time was spent at the Republican National Convention, which he helped lobby to bring to Cleveland two years ago. And the former presidential contender says he doesn’t intend to.

Karen Kasler

The first day of the Republican National Convention began with harsh words for Gov. John Kasich who is in town but not attending the convention, over an apparent rift between the former presidential candidate and the presumptive nominee.

Karen Kasler

No Republican has ever won the White House without Ohio, and the Buckeye State’s delegation usually gets prime real estate at the convention because of that. But this time Ohio’s delegates, who are pledged to Gov. John Kasich, are not happy with their location on the floor.

Karen Kasler

US Sen. Rob Portman is facing a tough re-election fight this year – and some Ohio Republicans are worried that Donald Trump’s controversial candidacy may drag down Portman’s chances to beat Democratic former Gov. Ted Strickland. The candidate popped in for a little campaigning on the first day of the Republican National convention in Cleveland.

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