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Which is so important to our to our lifestyle here in Ohio and our way of life, cordray's Republican challenger and the eventual winner, Mike dewine also gave us his stump speech. I've a real vision for where I wanna take this state. My experience has been that when you go into office, you know, where you wanna go. We want to focus on jobs. We want to make Ohio the number one state in the midwest for a place to raise your family number one place to grow business number one place if you're con. Complaining moving to a state, and creating a business we want Ohio to be that place. We do it by keeping taxes down. We do it by focusing on keeping the regulations, rational unreasonable. We need to have a business friendly environment. We need to also frankly fully understand that are agriculture community remains the number one industry in the state of Ohio. I'm someone who not only has farmland and lives on a farm, but someone who is in the seat business. And my parents were my grandparents, we really I think have a pretty good appreciation for the challenges that agriculture farmers have out there. And I want to be their partner in the partner for everyone in the state. I will mention with some pride that had of the twenty eighteen election. All of the major party candidates made the time to visit with Ohio farm bureau, and with you on this radio show, both dewine and cordray throughout their campaigns. Talked a lot about. The Ohio economy, and it is a good thing. They did this past summer. We aired two shows the talked about Ohio's long term serious economic structural challenges. It was focused on a report entitled toward a new Ohio authored by Bill. Screw hardy and Dr Fran Stewart Bill is a distinguished adjunct. Professor at the John Glenn college of public affairs at Ohio State. Fran is a senior research fellow at issues, Ohio manufacturing institutes. They described the report toward a new Ohio as the intersection of politics and economic reality. So why did they ride it for the purposes you got for the first time in a number of years, non incumbents running for governor? So you're gonna have a new governor. We.