Is Governor John Kasich a serious candidate for President? His recent trip to Las Vegas to speak in front of megabucks donor suggests he is.
Is Governor John Kasich a serious candidate for President? His recent trip to Las Vegas to speak in front of megabucks donor Sheldon Adelson suggests he is.
Adelson "auditioned" Kasich, Scott Walker, Jeb Bush and Chris Christie.
The 80-year-old casino owner donated big money to Newt Gingrich and Chris Christie and indicates he wants a more moderate electable candidate. Does Kasich think that's him? Will Kasich's trip have any impact on the Governor's race?
Ed FitzGerald's campaign thus far has focused on workers' rights, women's rights and voting rights.
Are those issues strong enough to support his campaign? When should he roll out his economic game plan?
Cleveland is still in the running for the Republican National Convention in 2016.
Republicans added an additional step to the process, sending an advance team to compare the reality with cities' on-paper proposals before deciding which will get full-fledged visits.
Will the elimination of Columbus greatly help its chances? What areas is Cleveland strongest and most vulnerable in?
Issue 7 sin tax extension supporters and opponents squared off at the City Club. What's the best strategy for each as the campaign goes into its final month?
Tom Beres discusses these issues with Channel 3 Political Analysts Mary Anne Sharkey and Dennis Eckart on this edition of Between the Lines.