Rogers & DiNallo Discuss Balancing Budgets, Adjusting To Global Market
John Rogers and Lori DiNallo talk about how they would deal with the state's economic woes
The Lake County chambers of commerce, including the Mentor Area Chamber, hosted a forum for the region's state and national legislative candidates last week at LaMalfa Centre.
Both candidates for the Ohio House's 60th district seat -- Republican Lori DiNallo and Democrat John Rogers -- attended the forum.
DiNallo and Rogers were asked how they would improve the economy of the state.
Rogers touted his experience as mayor, helping to balance 23 budgets.
DiNallo talked about the importance of adjusting to the global economy.
The representatives' 60th district is an open race without an incumbent because its current representative, Bob Hagan, now lives in the 58th district and will be running there.
The city of Mentor was split in two during the state's recent redistricting. Consequently, just Mentor residents from the city's fourth ward, as well as electors from Mentor-on-the-Lake, will vote in this race.
For more from DiNallo and Rogers at the chamber forum, watch: