DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Montgomery County Democratic chairman Mark Owens tells 2 NEWS Clayton Luckie has submitted a letter indicating his intentions to withdraw from the race for the 39th district seat in the Ohio House of Representatives.
There will be a special meeting at 4 p.m. Sunday to pick a new candidate ahead of Monday's deadline to replace candidates on the ballot for the General Election in November.
Owens tells 2 NEWS Fred Strahorn and Rhine McLin are interested in taking Luckie's place on the November ballot.
Luckie's withdrawal from the race comes just a day after Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney Ron O'Brien confirmed an on-going investigation involving Luckie. No other details were given.
Published reports indicated Luckie is about to be charged for "unethical" behavior.
The "Columbus Dispatch" cites sources who said a criminal charge against Luckie is expected at any time. The paper did not specify why.
2 NEWS called Luckie Thursday, but he did not answer his phones.
People's daily routines were definitely impacted by the wintry blast Friday.
The first wave of the storm brought hazardous conditions to the Greenville area in Darke County.
Logan, Darke and Preble under level one snow emergencies.
From shopping to scraping, 2 NEWS takes a look at how people dealt with the storm.