This week on The Spectrum:
- Disarray on Capitol Hill as Republicans struggle to come together behind a candidate for Speaker of the House.
Hear about what’s next for the People’s House after a week of chaos.
- In November, Columbus voters will have two candidates to choose from for mayor.
“It’s very difficult in this city, and many people know, to challenge the incumbent,” mayoral candidate Joe Motil said. “So they have such a strong hold on power and control over city government.”
“People hire mayors to get things done,” Mayor Andrew Ginther said. “So regardless of who the council members are, the system they’ve got in place. My job is to work with them to deliver results.”
Watch as Ginther lays out his top priorities while Motil says it’s time for a change.
Watch the full interviews with Motil and Ginther in the video player below.
- New polling numbers suggest Ohioans are in favor of passing both a reproductive rights amendment and a recreational marijuana statute next month.
How groups on both sides of issues 1 and 2 are spinning the numbers to their advantage.
- Republican strategist Terry Casey and Democratic strategist Derrick Clay discuss the turmoil in the House of Representatives and what Columbus residents can expect for the November election.
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