The former Ohio governor also discussed oil fracking and the auto industry, Friday.
Former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland, whose bid for re-election was defeated by Republican Governor John Kasich, said he hasn't completely ruled out entering a gubernatorial race, again.
But, for now, he is stumping for the re-election of Democrats President Barack Obama and Senator Sherrod Brown. Strickland is also hoping Yvette McGee Brown can maintain her position on the Ohio Supreme Court. She is currently the only Democrat on the state's highest court.
"Those are my priorities for the rest of 2012, but I will make a decision probably near the end of the year regarding what is the next step for me and my political life," said Strickland.
He also spoke to Clear Channel News on topics including oil fracking, the auto industry, and NRA issues. See below for the complete interview.
4-13 Ted Strickland Interview