Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley is running for governor in Ohio in 2018 with a focus on bringing back partnerships between the state of Ohio and its cities and families.
Whaley, a Democrat, was elected mayor of Dayton in 2013 and before that served on the Dayton City Commission. She is one of five Democrats and four Republicans who have declared their candidacy for governor in 2018.
In an interview with Plunderbund on Friday, Whaley said she went on a bus tour of nearly two dozen Ohio communities with a bipartisan coalition of mayors. While on this tour, she decided that […]Full Story... →
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