Tim Ryan talks with Ohio nurses, health care workers as he starts Senate campaign

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Ryan feels Ohioans have been left behind

CUYAHOGA CO., Ohio (WKBN) – Tim Ryan, who announced Monday he’s running for U.S. Senate, kicked off his “Workers First Tour: in his run for Senate.

He held a virtual round table Tuesday morning.

In it, nurses and healthcare workers in Cuyahoga County got to talk about their experiences and struggles.

Ryan talked about the courage and strength healthcare workers have had over the past year, working through the pandemic.

He said he wants to continue advocating for them if he wins the seat.

Ryan also said he feels that Ohioans have been left behind. He believes more American investments are needed and that foreigners are funding too much of it.

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