WASHINGTON, D.C. - Former Ohio Gov. Bob Taft and current U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown may be from opposite political parties, but the pair say they’re friends -- even if Brown likes to insist “the wrong guy won” when Taft defeated him in 1990 when he sought re-election as Ohio Secretary of State.
The former top election officials for the state of Ohio joined together on Wednesday to release a public service announcement to urge young people sign up to become poll workers, as retirees who typically operate neighborhood polling places are hesitant to do so this year because of the coronavirus.
The pair jokingly called their collaboration “the most ambitious crossover event in Ohio history.”
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