Ms. Sutton, a former Barberton City Councilman and state representative, adds gender and geographic diversity to the field and helps to narrow the gubernatorial field just as her former congressional colleague, Dennis Kucinich of Cleveland, threatens to expand it again.
Kucinich officially filed paperwork declaring his candidacy on Monday, according to the Springfield News-Sun.
Kucinich, 71, launched his political career almost 50 years ago when he served on the Cleveland City Council and later captured the mayor's office in 1977.
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Luckily, the snow that accumulated around the Atlas Mountains, the range which surrounds Ain Sefra, saw up to 15 inches. It appears the United States isn't alone in experiencing record-setting cold this January .
The gubernatorial race is already crowded with candidates for both parties.
Mr. Cordray's announcement will come shortly before Republican Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor is expected to announce Cincinnati area business executive Nathan Estruth as her running mate.
There's been speculation that the Republican field could change if one or more of the candidates jumps into the U.S. Senate race to try to unseat Democrat Sherrod Brown after Republican Treasurer Josh Mandel ended his bid Friday because of his wife's health. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, a Toledo Democrat, won the primary. Efforts to reach him Monday were not immediately successful. The party is remaining neutral in the primary.
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It was hard to believe given the age of Kato and how I remembered him here, I am really lost for words", Stuart said. "We are devastated to learn that Kato Ottio has passed away this afternoon", Rule said in a statement .
Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper said Kucinich was welcome into the race.
Kucinich, a Cleveland politician and former mayor, gained national attention for his liberal positions and outspoken anti-war message, as well as his offbeat style.
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More than 100 firefighters have responded to a call from Trump Tower, where a blaze has broken out in the NY building. It took about an hour to put out the fire at the building, which is located on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.