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Ohio needs a comeback. The once-great home of America's innovation—of steel and cars, presidents and astronauts—is on the decline after decades of one-party rule in Columbus. As a result of their mismanagement, Ohio’s middle class is shrinking, families are struggling to make ends meet, and we are losing population relative to the country (we just lost another congressional seat). The average Ohioan used to make more than the national average. Today, we make 89 cents on the dollar to the average American. The bottom line: Ohio is getting older, poorer, and falling further behind. We need a comeback.
Mayor John Cranley grew up in the Price Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati. His father, a Vietnam veteran and his mother, a school teacher, taught him the values of service, integrity, and leaving the world a better place. Those are the values that he and his wife Dena are passing to their son Joseph, and the values that guide him in public service
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