The latest fundraising numbers show Ohio's gubernatorial race could be the most expensive in the state's history. Republican Mike DeWine raised $2 million in August while Democrat Richard Cordray brought in 1.8 million. That means some competitive races up and down the ticket this fall.
University of Cincinnati Political Science professor David Niven says the money candidates have raised so far will allow them to be able to tell their stories."It's not the case that the candidate with the most money wins but it is always the case that the candidate with no money loses," Niven says.