COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A review of the driving records of potential Ohio gubernatorial candidates shows some have better records than others.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that it reviewed the driving records of four Republicans and five Democrats considering a run for Ohio governor in 2018.
The newspaper reports Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicle records show the only one with no traffic tickets or crashes was Republican Mike DeWine, Ohio’s current attorney general.
The review found that former attorney general Rich Cordray, a Democrat, had the most speeding tickets, with five since 1998. The potential candidate with the most crashes was Senate Democrat Joe Schiavoni, with three since 2007. The review also found he had four speeding tickets.
None of those reviewed had impaired driving charges. All had valid driver’s licenses.