- Mostly clear
CINCINNATI – Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune says he will announce Monday whether or not he will run for Ohio governor in 2014.
Portune said he has been touring parts of the state and speaking with Ohioans and Democratic Party leaders since Dec. 15 to assess interest in an alternative to Democratic candidate Ed Fitzgerald of Lakewood.
Portune will announce his decision at 4 p.m. Monday at Integrity Hall, 2081 Seymour Ave., Bond Hill.
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