Monday Politics Chat: An All-Ohio Presidential Election?
WVXU politics reporter Howard Wilkinson spoke with News Director Maryanne Zeleznik Monday morning about the fact that one Ohio Republican - soon-to-be-former governor John Kasixh - and one Ohio Democrat - newly-re-elected Sen. Sherrod Brown are clearly interested in being the next president.
The chances of them both being nominated by their parties are slim indeed, but, so far, that hasn't stymied their ambition. It would not be the first time two Ohioans faced off for the presidency - in 1920, Republican Warren G. Harding of Marion defeated Democrat James M. Cox. of Dayton.