(Columbus, OH) There's just one week left before one of the whackiest May primary races for Ohio governor in recent memory.
Republican governor candidates Mary Taylor and Mike DeWine have spent nearly $19 million so far this year trading barbs and bitter words. The attorney general and lieutenant governor have labeled each other "D.C. DeWine" and a "phony conservative" in TV ads and on social media.
But the pair have never debated, unlike the four Democratic governor candidates who have exchanged ideas and insults in virtually every major Ohio city.
The biggest controversy involves former congressman and Cleveland mayor Dennis Kucinich, who recently returned a 20-thousand dollar speaking fee amid ties to Syria's president. The Kucinich campaign says the speech was about finding a solution to the Syrian civil war.