Kucinich finished third in the Cleveland primary, behind top voters Justin Bib and President Kevin Kelly of the Cleveland City Council.
Cleveland — Approximately 42 years after the last mayor of Cleveland, the bid for Dennis Kucinich to regain his old job at the city hall was inadequate.
Kucinich finished third in the Mayor of Cleveland primary on Tuesday, second place by about 1,100 votes over Chairman Kevin Kelly. Justin Bib, a non-profit executive, was the primary top voter.
“I want everyone to know how proud I am of the campaign you’ve been working on,” Ksinich told his supporters at the end of Tuesday night. “And I think we can be proud of the campaign that Justin Bib ran.”
Dennis Kucinich, who was elected mayor at the age of 31 in 1977, became the youngest person to lead a major city in the United States and earned the nickname “Boy Mayor.” However, his two-year tenure is awkward, especially when Cleveland refuses to sell the city-owned utility MunyLight to the Cleveland Electric Lighting Company (CEI) to settle the city’s debt. I was able to.
Kucinich subsequently became an eighth-term member of the US House of Representatives and was a two-time presidential candidate. At the age of 74, he was aiming to bid on the mayor of Cleveland to go around.
“I look forward to spending more time with (wife) Elizabeth and nourishing and refreshing all the friendships I have gained in this election,” he added in a concession speech.
Dennis Kucinich finished third in Mayor of Cleveland primary
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