The Ohio governor’s race is heating up. On the Democratic side, Betty Sutton has chosen to be Richard Cordray’s running mate.
The Cordray-Sutton combination makes sense, just like DeWine-Husted makes sense on the Republican side. They’re all following the same political playbook. But this year, voters are looking for something different.
We encourage reporters and voters to ask Cordray-Sutton the basics:
- What’s their plan to create jobs?
- How will they reform Ohio’s education system?
- What’s their plan to tackle the opioid crisis?
- How will they expand reliable internet access in rural Ohio?
- How will they revitalize urban communities that have been overlooked?
Strong leadership means real plans. You can read ours right here.
Democrats need a team that can excite young people, appeal to voters lost in 2016, and unite our party and our state moving forward. That team is Schiavoni-Dodd.
Ohio’s future requires a new generation of leadership.