Between 1969 and 2016, Ohio lost 700,000 of its 1.4 million manufacturing jobs. The state has experienced zero job growth since 2001. More and more of the jobs we do have are not high paying positions. Our last seven governors have seen the challenge, and have not solved the problems. Today’s guests have issued an extensive analysis of what’s happened to the Ohio economy, and some key questions for whoever is our next governor. Today, they share it in detail, on Town Hall Ohio.