Thousands rallied in Columbus and hundreds in Cleveland Saturday to support efforts to repeal laws suppressing trade union and voting rights enacted by the extremist Republican administration of Gov. John Kasich.
It appears that the GOP is not alone in initiating voter suppression: Americans for Prosperity has joined in on the action.
With the GOP holding a 19-14 lead in the state senate, labor-backed Democrats needed to win three of the six races to wrest control.
With the first big electoral test of whether organized labor can successfully push back at the polls against the radical right, it is apparent here that labor's opponents are running scared.
Recall fever got an enormous boost July 19 when Democratic incumbent Dave Hansen easily crushed a legally challenged Republican challenger.
Bain Capital, the source of much of Romney's vast wealth, does little to help his job-creating credibility.
Over 1,000 people filled New York's Town Hall last week for the kickoff of an ambitious attempt to launch a progressive new social movement.
On the biggest economic issues of the national 2012 elections, the Democratic candidate for governor will be an ally for working class West Virginians, but a weak one.
Newt Gingrich told assembled voters that young people should be required to take a poll test before being allowed to vote.
54 percent of Americans approve of Obama’s overall job performance, while 45 percent disapprove.