In Ohio and Virginia, independent groups account for 53 percent and 52 percent of total ad spending, respectively.
But daunting obstacles—like Ohio and Georgia—remain in his path.
Then, out of nowhere, Ohio turned blue so quickly it seemed to take the news media, and the nation, by surprise.
If Romney loses Ohio and its 18 electoral votes, it is very difficult to win the White House.
Maybe that moved the dials in Ohio, but it sure seemed cheap and irrelevant anywhere else.
For those whom the long river journey did not please, or who lived inland in Ohio or Indiana, the national road was a help.
"He means the Ohio," explained the Iroquois to the children.
I have just read the last "will and testament" of a little boy nine years old, who lived in Ohio.
A man in Gilroy, Ohio, would take the trick which decided the game.
Nothing so vividly revealed this enthusiasm as the reception afforded Governor Clinton when he visited Ohio in 1825.
originally used of the river, from Seneca (Iroquoian) ohi:yo', proper name from ohi:yo:h, literally "good river." The Seneca also used this of the Allegheny, which they considered the headwaters of the Ohio. Related: Ohian (1819); Ohioan (1818).