Republican John Kasich, the former congressman and Fox News host who is running for governor of Ohio, used to tout his eight years at Lehman Brothers.
But in the wake of the firm's collapse, it's Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland who is putting Kasich's Wall Street ties front and center in one of the marquee races of 2010.
"Lehman Brothers wasn't a victim of a shaky economy, they were the architects," Strickland said. "[Kasich] may not think $400,000 is a huge bonus. But to the average Ohioan,...Full Story