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Ohio has been deemed the bellwether state when it comes to presidential politics, and for good reason. 

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Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition, we present an in-depth look at the developments behind the headlines.

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Political pundits were calling it Super Tuesday II. Yesterday, voters in five states – including Ohio – chose the candidate they want representing their party in the November presidential election. Ohio Governor John Kasich won his home state’s primary, picking up his first victory and all 66 Ohio delegates. And increasing the chances of a contested convention in Cleveland this July. Hillary Clinton won the Democratic primary in Ohio.

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Whether you’'ve been following the news this week or not, we’'ve got you covered with discussion about the big issues affecting Greater Cincinnati. We will focus on politics on both sides of the river this week, with the Kentucky Republican Caucus coming up next Saturday.

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This is a big year for politics, nationwide, and here at home, from the Hamilton County Commission race to the race for the White House.

Last Friday, Ohio lawmakers sent Governor John Kasich their proposed two-year, $71.2 billion state operating budget.