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    After flirting with a possible run for governor, Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson has decided not to seek that are any other statewide office next year, but she is seriously exploring a possible run in 2020 and beyond, she confirmed Wednesday morning.

After flirting with a possible run for governor, Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson has decided not to seek that are any other statewide office next year, but she is seriously exploring a possible run in 2020 and beyond, she confirmed Wednesday morning. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
After flirting with a possible run for governor, Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson has decided not to seek that are any other statewide office next year, but she is seriously exploring a possible run in 2020 and beyond, she confirmed Wednesday morning. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer

Mayor Teresa Tomlinson sets sights on a 2020 U.S. Senate run

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