Spectrum News 1, January 6, 2022
Political candidates are busy on the campaign trail getting ready for primary elections throughout the state. Three candidates are hoping to become Cuyahoga County executive, which is open for the first time in eight years.
WEWS News 5 Cleveland, January 5, 2022
Longtime Warrensville Heights Mayor Brad Sellers announced that he will be entering the 2022 race for Cuyahoga County Executive, joining fellow Democrat and former University Circle Inc. president Chris Ronayne and former county commissioner Lee Weingart, a Republican. All three men are seeking to replace Armond Budish, who announced last year that he will not seek re-election.
Cleveland.com, January 5, 2022
From community liaison to economic director to now mayor, Brad Sellers has spent over two decades rebuilding his home city of Warrensville Heights into a more attractive suburb for residents and businesses. But now he wants to try for success on a grander scale.
Cleveland Scene, January 5, 2022
Warrensville Heights mayor and former pro basketballer Brad Sellers announced Wednesday that he was entering the 2022 race for Cuyahoga County Executive. Sellers, who has served Warrensville Heights for 20 years in various roles, will face former University Circle Inc. Chris Ronayne in the race’s Democratic primary.
Ideastream, January 5, 2022
Warrensville Heights Mayor Brad Sellers is joining the race to lead Cuyahoga County government. Sellers kicked off his campaign in a Zoom press conference Wednesday afternoon. He said it would have been “irresponsible” to hold an in-person event during a new spike in coronavirus cases.
Cleveland Jewish News, January 4, 2022
Warrensville Heights Mayor Bradley D. Sellers announced his run for Cuyahoga County executive Jan. 5 at a virtual press conference in which he called himself a competitor who has the “gumption to believe that it can be different.”
3WKYC, January 4, 2022
The race for Cuyahoga County Executive just got a little bit more crowded, with longtime Warrensville Heights Mayor Brad Sellers officially throwing his hat in the ring.