John Kosich, News 5 Cleveland

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News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Cuyahoga County Board of Elections hopes to have 2020 sample ballots up on website next week

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections is hoping to have 2020 sample ballots up on their website next week. → Read More

Start searching for stamps — Ohio board rejects push to pay for return postage on absentee ballots

Ohio Controlling Board voted to reject Secretary of State Frank LaRose's plan to use $3 million to pay return postage on absentee ballots. → Read More

How might record vote-by-mail numbers impact when Ohio voters learn who wins the state?

By now, all of Ohio's 7.8 million registered voters should have received an absentee ballot application in the mail and already more than a million of them have been sent back to be processed by a local board of elections so those ballots can go out on Oct. 6. → Read More

Despite social distancing restrictions, Ohio gambling revenue figures up again last month

Despite social distancing restrictions Ohio gambling revenue figures up again for August over last year. → Read More

Labor Day campaigning in Cleveland will take on a different feel as campaigns court key union vote

Labor Day campaigning in Cleveland will take on a different feel in 2020 as both campaigns court key union vote → Read More

Gov. Mike DeWine focusing on Ohio's economy, not on calls for impeachment

As Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine guides the state through the Coronavirus crisis he will tell you his job is fighting the same war on different fronts. → Read More

With just over two weeks to go until Browns home opener, question on fans still up in the air

With just over two weeks to go until the Cleveland Browns home opener, the question on fans still up in the air says Ohio governor. → Read More

Cuyahoga County sees huge increase in vote-by-mail requests weeks before November election

Already, the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections has received more than 100,000 vote-by-mail ballot requests processed and another 25,000 backlogged in their warehouse, compared to just a couple thousand requests at this point four years ago, according to Director Anthony Perlatti. → Read More

Cleveland native to be among final night's speakers as Republican National Convention wraps up

The stage is set on the south lawn of the White House for the final night of the Republican National Convention. Before President Trump makes his closing argument to the nation. we'll hear from Cleveland native Ja'Ron Smith. → Read More

New Cuyahoga County GOP chair takes in virtual convention while preparing for very real election

New Cuyahoga County GOP Chair Lisa Stickan takes place in virtual Republican Convention while preparing for a very real election. → Read More

One week after President Trump's tweet to boycott Goodyear, Biden campaign's out with ad in Ohio

One week after President Trump's tweet to boycott Goodyear, former Vice President Joe Biden campaign's out with ad in Ohio → Read More

Ohio absentee ballot postage question will have to wait

The question of whether you will have to pay the postage if you vote by mail is still up in the air. → Read More

Sherrod Brown and John Kasich weigh in with News 5 on Joe Biden's DNC acceptance speech

Senator Sherrod Brown and former Ohio governor John Kasich weigh in with News 5 on Joe Biden's upcoming DNC acceptance speech. → Read More

Ohio's oldest Democratic delegate still going strong at 97

She was the oldest delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 2016 and at 97 Ruby Gilliam of Minerva has still got the political fire in her. → Read More

Presidential debate comes to Cleveland 40 years after one of the most memorable debates in history

It's been 40 years since the last general election presidential debate was held in Cleveland. The 1980 debate between President Jimmy Carter and challenger Ronald Reagan is still remembered for several lines, like Reagan's "There you go again." → Read More

In a non-COVID world, DNC would be underway in Milwaukee with a likely first stop in Ohio

In a non-COVID world, the Democratic National Convention would be underway in Milwaukee with a likely first stop in Ohio after. → Read More

Sen. Sherrod Brown likes Buckeyes as name to replace Indians

Senator Sherrod Brown supports Cleveland Buckeyes for the Indians new name if the club goes ahead with a change. → Read More

Ohio’s gambling sites may have had to reduce occupancy but that wasn’t reflected in June revenues

Ohio’s gambling sites may have been forced to reduce occupancy when reopening June 19 but that wasn’t reflected in last months revenues. → Read More

July means the final month of the extra $600 in unemployment benefits, will the Senate extend them?

July 1 means the start of the final month of the extra $600 in unemployment benefits, will the Senate extend them? → Read More

Vice President Pence visits Lordstown Motors, marks start of a new era for former GM Plant

Vice President Pence at Lordstown Motors marks the start of a new era for former GM Plant → Read More