Tag Archives: elections

New Exhibit: Presidential Visits to the Miami Valley

Only 1 week until election day! Not surprisingly, there have been a lot of fairly local visits recently by major candidates, as Ohio is typically an important “battleground” state. This has long been the case, and consequently, there are many … Continue reading

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The Bishop’s Comments on the 1914 Election

As you may have noticed, we’ve been sharing 100-years-ago-today social media postings from the diary of Bishop Milton Wright, father of the Wright Brothers. (You can see them on our Facebook page and on our Twitter @WrightStArchive under #MiltonWright.) On November 3 … Continue reading

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Alf Landon “also ran”

It was announced Tuesday that Cleveland would host the 2016 Republican National Convention.  There hasn’t been a national party convention in the state of Ohio since 1936, when it was also in Cleveland  and also held by the Republicans.  That … Continue reading

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