From the Dispatch:
U.S. Rep. Ted Strickland, the Democratic frontrunner for governor, will announce Thursday that Lee Fisher — former attorney general and gubernatorial candidate himself — will be his running mate.
On the other side of it, word on Blackwell is this:
In a related development, there are indications that Republican gubernatorial candidate J. Kenneth Blackwell may pick state. Rep. Tom Raga of Mason as his running mate.
I’m sure there will be plenty of reaction from the NEO blogosphere as both the rumored sidekick and the chosen one are from the area.
Update: Fingerhut comments (via email 1/25 10:46pm):
“Lee Fisher is a good friend, who has served with great distinction in public office. I wish him the best in this campaign. However, this campaign is about the future, not the past. And it’s about which candidate — Eric Fingerhut or Ted Strickland — has the ability, knowledge and plan to move Ohio forward and create the good jobs that all Ohioans need today and in the future. I know I’m that candidate and I look forward to this contest.”
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