COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Republican U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci entered the 2018 Ohio governor's race on Monday against a potential trio of GOP state officeholders.The 58-year-old Renacci, of Wadsworth in northeast Ohio, sought to position himself as a political outsider alongside three Republicans whom he says have spent their careers in public office: state Attorney General Mike DeWine, Secretary of State Jon Husted and the Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor."Unlike other candidates, I've spent the vast majority of my career in the business world, not politics," Renacci said in announcing his run. "I'm proud to have created over 1,500 jobs in our state and employed over 3,000 hard-working Ohioans. I believe deeply in the value of results, not rhetoric, and I am committed...
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US Rep Jim Renacci enters 2018 race for Ohio governor