(Cleveland, OH) The Democrats who want to be Ohio's next governor will make their pitch to northeast Ohio voters tonight.
Four of the five declared candidates will meet at The City Club of Cleveland for their third debate.
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O'Neill was not invited. State party leaders claim O'Neill never went through the formal vetting process like other candidates.
Former Ohio treasurer and federal consumer watchdog Richard Cordray is expected to enter the race this week. Cordray could make an official announcement as soon as Tuesday.