Columbus -- -- Hundreds of Ohioans want to honor our veterans, by resisting war with Iraq. Thatís the message 16 groups from across the state tried to spread through a peace rally on the statehouse lawn in Columbus Saturday afternoon.
by ONN News Staff

Columbus -- If Deborah Pryce is elected to head the House Republican Conference, she will become the highest-ranking Republican woman ever in Congress.

Democrats do control the mayor's offices in all of Ohio's big cities, and that's where they are likely to go as they look for candidates for the 2006 election.

Jennette Bradley's role in Governor Taft's administration is still under discussion. Taft says she will be his top urban policy adviser, and she may also be appointed to head a state agency.

With polls across the Buckeye State closed, incumbent Bob Taft has won Ohioís 2002 gubernatorial race. Ohio voters have also rejected State Issue 1, a proposed constitutional amendment to change the stateís drug-sentencing laws.
by Tom Chansky, Ohio News Network

Tim Hagan plans to visit polling places in Northeast Ohio Tuesday, while Governor Bob Taft is taking a five-city tour.
by Tom Chansky, Ohio News Network

Statehouse -- The 2002 general election is the first since a Republican-controlled panel redrew district boundaries, making certain seats more GOP-friendly. It also is the first election since term limits brought a crop of rookie lawmakers to the Statehouse in 2000.

The Ohio Secretary of Stateís office predicts 47 percent of Ohioans will turn out to decide the outcome the governorís race, as well as several other statewide campaigns. Polls are open Tuesday until 7:30 p.m.
by Tom Chansky, Ohio News Network

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