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Editorial: Defense Attorney Ed Wade for Cuyahoga County Prosecutor over racist McGinty, if Wade gets on the November ballot

C levand Criminal Defense Attorney Edward Wade, who filed petitions last week to run as an Independent for Cuyahoga County prosecutor against Tim McGinty, who won the Democratic primary on Tues. in a five way race. CLEVELAND, Ohio-Editorial by Kathy Wray Coleman, Editor of Cleveland Urban News.Com and The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com ( ) and ( ) Cleveland Criminal Defense Attorney Edward Wade (pictured) has given the Black community another shot at keeping former Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Judge Tim McGinty from taking office as county prosecutor to further promote his racist, sexist and unjust policies. He is running as an Independent candidate against McGinty, who won a five way Democratic primary on Tues. No Republican sought the office. (Editor's Note: Wade has turned in petition signatures to run to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections and absent a dearth of signatures, his name

McGinty wins Democratic primary for county prosecutor, might face Black Independent candidate Ed Wade in November, Hall places 2nd

Tim McGinty, who won Tuesday's Democratic primary for Cuyahoga County prosecutor, greets supporters at a recent fundraiser for his candidacy . Stephanie Hall, the only Black and woman in the race for Cuyahoga County prosecutor who out did three men, two with greater name recognition than she before the celebrated contest for the county's most powerful office Robert Triozzi, a former law director under Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, who was endorsed by the mayor and came in fourth in the race for Cuyahoga County prosecutor. He allegedly got punched in the face at a poll location on Tues. James McDonnell came in fifth place for the Cuyahoga County prosecutor's seat in spite of television commercials and endorsements from some suburban mayors and municipal prosecutors Subodh Chandra, a candidate for Cuyahoga County prosecutor pushed by a cadre of community activists and U.S. Rep. Marcia L, Fudge (D-OH), made a third place finish Edward Wade, a Cleveland criminal