Between the Lines: FitzGerald's campaign and those seeking his job

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Ed FitzGerald is finally officially off and running for the Governor's mansion.

What should be his strongest message against Gov. John Kasich?

How will he react to statewide media scrutiny? When will both sides start running ads in this race?

What can he say to critics who call him an "opportunistic job-jumper?"

A host of Democratic and Republican candidates are already jockeying to get the job FitzGerald won't be seeking -- County Executive.

Who are the strongest contenders in both parties?

Mayor Frank Jackson's team finally delivered its long-awaited report on last November's frantic police chase.

Lots of officers face possible punishment. Was the report what the community expected?

How should Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Tim McGinty approach the looming Grand Jury investigation into the deadly shootings?

Three Cleveland Council members are teaming up to oppose one Councilman close to Council President Marty Sweeney.

Jeff Johnson, Kevin Conwell and Mike Polensek will work together to help Johnson's surprise campaign against Eugene Miller.

Miller is the council member who Sweeney worked to protect when he oversaw creating the city's new 17 council districts.

What are the trio's goals? What can they hope to accomplish?

Tom Beres discusses these issues with Channel 3 Political Analysts Mary Anne Sharkey and Dennis Eckart on this edition of Between the Lines.


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