Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald is keeping people guessing about whether or not he will challenge Governor John Kasich in 2014.
He's travelled the state and challenged Kasich on several issues.
But FitzGerald and Governor Ted Strickland are still debating whether or not each will run. Former Attorney General Richard Cordray may still be in the picture too.
What's FitzGerald's latest thinking? What will be the deciding factorfor him?
FitzGerald's starting his third year in charge of Cuyahoga County's reinvented government.
Recently, he's cut a tentative deal to sell the Ameritrust Tower and build a new home for county government.
He's proposed giving all Cuyahoga County kindergarteners $100 to start a college savings fund.
He's announced big tenants and events lined up to launch the new Medical Mart and Convention Center next year.
He's trying to rally support to have Cleveland bid to host a 2016 political convention.
WKYC's Senior Political Correspondent Tom Beres joins Plain Dealer Columnist Kevin O'Brien and Cuyahoga County Democratic Party Vice-Chairman Blaine Griffin questioning FitzGerald about his political plans and the status of county government midway through his term on this edition of Between the Lines.