The GOP and Religious Right's Role in Ohio Ohio played a strategic role in President Bush's election victory in 2004. In recent years, the Republican Party has had a monopoly on statewide offices, but a party scandal has damaged its hopes of retaining the governorship and other offices in 2006.
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The GOP and Religious Right's Role in Ohio

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The GOP and Religious Right's Role in Ohio

The GOP and Religious Right's Role in Ohio

The GOP and Religious Right's Role in Ohio

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Ohio played a strategic role in President Bush's election victory in 2004. In recent years, the Republican Party has had a monopoly on statewide offices, but a party scandal has damaged its hopes of retaining the governorship and other offices in 2006.

Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen examines the Ohio political landscape and the role of religious conservatives in the GOP.