McNally speaks on opponent’s scandal at Democrat picnic

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LOWELLVILLE, Ohio (WKBN)– Some local democratic nominees for November’s election got together to kickoff their campaign pushes.

Candidates from all around the Valley were talking with other party members at the Knoll Run Golf Course Saturday hoping for support in November.

The Democratic party said the picnic was a great chance for candidates to speak with party members about the issues.

We caught up mayoral candidate John McNally and asked him about the sexual harassment accusations against his opponent DeMaine Kitchen.

“I can fully understand how he feels personally under the gun a little bit. But the fact of the matter is that in politics these things rise up, but you have to wake up everyday and realize it is a new day and keep fighting the fight,” said John McNally, Youngstown Mayoral Candidate.

You may recall that McNally, himself, was caught up in the Oak Hill corruption case but charges were dropped.

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