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Unions sets sights on Ohio governor's race

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TOLEDO, Ohio — Union leaders are now looking ahead at Ohio's governor's race after knocking off a big city mayor who they say was their top political target this year. Organized labor helped oust Toledo's mayor — an ally of Gov. John Kasich — who infuriated unions two years ago by appearing in a TV commercial backing the collective bargaining law that Ohio voters later overturned. Democrats and...

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