DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Despite rumors of a possible run for election, Rhine McLin will not run for state representative in November, according to the Montgomery County Democratic Party Chair.
Democratic Party Chairman Mark Owens said the former Dayton mayor will not be in the race for state representative.
McLin was reportedly interested in representative Clayton Luckie's seat.
On Friday, Luckie announced he will not seek re-election. The decision comes on the heels of the Franklin County Prosecutor confirming that Luckie is under investigation.
Although, prosecutors won't say what the investigation is for, they did state it does not involve bribery.
The Democratic Party will meet on Sunday to choose a replacement candidate.
Democratic Party Chairman Mark Owens said former State Senator Fred Strahorn has shown interest in the position.
Police will be meeting with prosecutors in the "near future" to determine what charges a person of interest will face in connection with Tuesday's shooting in West Carrollton, officials there announced.
Firefighters were called to an east Dayton home Friday morning.
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