Saturday, August 10, 2002

Householder looks ahead to next job

By John McCarthy
The Associated Press

        COLUMBUS, Ohio - Speaker Larry Householder, whose term in the Ohio House must end in 2004, said Friday he intends to seek statewide office in 2006.

        Mr. Householder, a Glenford Republican, made the announcement while presenting a trophy at a horse show at the Ohio State Fair.

        “I am running statewide (in 2006) so I will be doing this,” Mr. Householder said of the ceremonial duties. “I love this stuff.”

        Mr. Householder insisted he has not decided which office he will seek and did not rule out a run for another office in 2004.

        “That's what I intend to do,” he said. “Any way I can serve the people of Ohio, I am happy.”

        Should Gov. Bob Taft win a second term, he would have to leave office in 2006.


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