Since it's confession time, I actually thought the headline might be for former Ohio governor John Gilligan. He's 84 now.
For those too young to remember...
"Gilligan won the election for the Governorship of Ohio in 1970, defeating Republican Roger Cloud, and serving from 1971-1975. Gilligan lost the governorship to Republican James A. Rhodes in a tight race in 1974. He subsequently served as the administrator of USAID from 1977-1979 and taught at the University of Notre Dame and elsewhere.
In 1999, at age 78, Gilligan was elected to the Board of Education of the Cincinnati Public Schools, an office he still serves in.
Gilligan is the father of Kathleen Sebelius, the current Governor of Kansas. They constitute the first father-daughter pair of governors in the United States."
Is he really still on the school board in Cincinnati?