After three decades, Sherrod Brown and Bob Taft still disagree on many things, but harbor no grudges.

The Republican Taft toppled the two-term incumbent Democrat Brown to win election as Ohio secretary of state in 1990. Brown joked Wednesday about the lone loss of his political career.

"I would say the wrong guy won, but it was one of those things that happen in politics," Brown quipped.

Both went on to do OK for themselves, with Taft becoming a two-term governor beginning in 1999 and Brown serving in the U.S. Senate since 2007.

Now, the pair of former chief Ohio elections officers have teamed up in a bipartisan bid to recruit young adults to serve as poll workers in the pandemic-afflicted Nov. 3 election by recording a public service video posted to YouTube and social media.

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