WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, OH – Warrensville Heights Mayor Brad Sellers has thrown his hat in the ring to be the next Cuyahoga County Executive. The 59-year-old Sellers has been mayor of the of the inner ring suburb since 2011.
During a virtual press conference on Wednesday, Sellers stressed the need for finding creative solutions and looking at long standing problems with fresh perspectives. The vision, Sellers said, “cannot simply include big businesses, big development projects, and big institutions. We have to catalyze good things everywhere—making sure we are listening to all 59 of Cuyahoga County’s diverse cities, villages, and townships”.
Sellers played basketball for The Ohio State Buckeyes from 1984-1986 and he played in the NBA from 1986 to 1999.He currently is an analyst on the Cleveland Cavaliers post game radio show.
Current Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish announced he will not seek re-election. At the moment, Sellers will face former University Circle Inc. President Chris Ronayne in the Democratic primary. Former Cuyahoga County Commissioner Lee Weingart is also running for the office as a Republican.
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