The Spectrum: Governor-elect DeWine talks health care, bringing together divided state

The Spectrum

Voter turnout in the midterm elections was high and the campaigns were hard-fought.

Democrats were strong in urban areas ─ especially in Franklin, Hamilton and Cuyahoga counties ─ but Republicans had big victories in 82 of Ohio’s 88 counties and they won all of the high-ranking statewide offices.

Dave Yost will be the new attorney general, Keith Faber will be the new auditor, Frank LaRose will be the new secretary of state, Jon Husted will be the new lieutenant governor, and Mike DeWine will be the governor.

DeWine stopped by NBC4 to speak with Colleen Marshall his priorities for Ohio, where he stands on health care and how he plans to bring the divided state together. You can watch Colleen’s full interview with the governor-elect above.

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