A candidate for state auditor was in Lima Thursday afternoon, talking what he called "corrupt culture" on Capitol Square.
Lima was one of the stops that Democrat Zack Space made over the day, traveling around the state to talk about the resignation of Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger, and the recent accusation of the "Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow defrauding Ohioans millions of dollars, and how that tied back into state government.
Space says that coming to Lima, going over these issues with us, is what he believes is the right thing to do for taxpayers.
"I feel that places like Lima have been left behind by this political process that cares more about how much you donate to the politicians than it does about doing the right thing - it’s giving people a reason not to believe in the process of democracy, I think that’s dangerous, and I’m committed to trying to fix this problem," said Space.
Space will be facing Keith Faber for the position of State Auditor this November in the general election.