Josh Mandel, Ohio's State Treasurer who is also taking on Sherrod Brown for Senate, is hiding something:
In a letter to Seth Metcalf, Mandel's general counsel, the state Democratic Party asked for the resumes of 34 people Mandel appointed to posts in the treasurer's office, noting that their eighth request from May 3 has not been answered by Metcalf. Democrats have been seeking the resumes for more than a year, with reports surfacing earlier this year that Mandel awarded state jobs to political staffers and longtime friends, including Metcalf, who he went to college with. Mandel is challenging U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D).
State law requires that they respond in a reasonable amount of time to such requests.
True it could be to the fact that Mandel spends more time on his political career than he does his actual job, even skirting the job Ohio tax payers pay him to do.
But this is a darling of the Tea Party, so they ignore anything that might be fishy from their candidates. They just want "the other guy", no matter who it is.