Battle Lines Clearly Drawn Between Ohio Governor Candidates: DeWine, Whaley
The line in the sand has been drawn, so to speak, between the two candidates for Ohio Governor who will be facing off on the Nov. 8 general election.
It’s incumbent Republican Mike DeWine vs. challenger Democrat Nan Whaley.
DeWine received the most votes in the primary with 514,374, and Whaley was second with 326,329, according to unofficial results from the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office.
Jim Renacci was third with 299,515 votes.
The results will be certified and deemed official on May 27, according to information from officials.
DeWine, 75, the oldest in the race, will be facing the youngest with Whaley being 46.
The outcome of the election will give DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted a chance to “continue the work they started,” or Whaley a chance of changing the state altogether.
Originally appeared on The Epoch Times