As executive of Cuyahoga County, which is home to 11 percent of Ohio’s residents, Democrat Ed FitzGerald holds what is arguably the state’s second most powerful elected job.
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If the election were today: 47 percent for Johh Kasich, 33 percent for Ed FitzGerald, 15 percent undecided
Opinion of John Kasich: 47 percent favorable, 28 percent unfavorable, 22 percent haven’t heard enough about him
Opinion of Ed FitzGerald: 15 percent favorable, 9 percent unfavorable, 76 percent haven’t heard enough about him
Source: Quinnipiac University poll conducted June 18-23 of 941 registered Ohio voters. Margin of error is plus or minus 3.2 percent.
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