Both of Ohio’s gubernatorial candidates spent Monday traveling to various parts of the state, in an effort to win votes ahead of Tuesday’s election.
Republican candidate Mike DeWine, who’s day began in Lima, including a stop at a rally in Cleveland alongside President Donald J. Trump.
Richard Cordray, the Democratic candidate, traveled to the Cincinnati and Dayton areas. In the evening, he attended a rally alongside much of his party’s ticket, in Columbus.
DeWine is scheduled to cast his ballot at 8 a.m., in Cedarville, on Tuesday.
Cordray is scheduled to stop by the Whetstone Community Center, a polling place in Columbus, at 9:30 a.m.