McCain lands in Ohio
John McCain will watch the results from Tuesday's Wisconsin primary from Ohio, the next stop on his increasingly inevitable march to the Republican presidential nomination.
When the Wisconsin results begin rolling in, McCain will be in Columbus, where supporters will gather at the Columbus Renaissance Hotel on N. Third Street.
McCain will stick around Wednesday - he has a stop at Young's Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs, a combination ice cream parlor/miniature golf course/picnic grounds that has been a must-stop for Ohio politicians for decades. It's also one of the favorite haunts of McCain's Ohio chairman, former senator Mike DeWine, who lives right down the road in Cedarville.
McCain's campaign plans to open campaign offices in Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland, Dayton and Toledo.
No Ohio sightings yet of McCain's two remaining opponents on the March 4 primary ballot - Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul.