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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Peter Beck
The Ohio House leader says he plans to again speak to an indicted state representative about resigning following the lawmaker's failed primary bid.
Voters have ousted a southwest Ohio lawmaker accused of misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain.
Primary candidates vying to be in the Ohio Legislature include former lawmakers, spouses and daughters of state representatives, and current state legislators looking to change chambers.
Coat flying open, reins in hand, Kim Jong-il is depicted astride a galloping horse in a larger-than-life statue unveiled Tuesday as part of birthday celebrations for the late North Korean leader.
North Korea's Kim Jong-il went public Tuesday with his plan to carry his family's communist dynasty into a third generation, setting in motion a succession program that could see a little-known, Swiss-schooled 20-something as the next leader of the nuclear-armed nation.
Rep. Peter Beck of Mason, who denies the allegations, had about 8 percent of the vote, with Paul Zeltwanger, who owns a real estate development company, winning with 52 percent in the southwestern Ohio race.
Rep. Peter Beck of Mason, who denies the allegations, had about 8 percent of the vote, according to unofficial tallies, with Paul Zeltwanger, who owns a real estate development company, winning with 52 percent in the southwestern Ohio race.