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Some have questioned whether a sitting Supreme Court Justice can remain on the bench after announcing his run for governor.

"The media is about to determine the election of a United States Senate Campaign".

Hours after OH judge and gubernatorial candidate Bill O'Neill bragged about bedding "approximately 50 very attractive females" in defense of allegations of harassment against Sen. Al Franken, but he also defended Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.

O'Neill's comments are just the latest in a line of decisions that have been the subject of condemnation.

All told, 70-year-old O'Neill claims to have convinced around 50 women to have sex with him throughout his lifetime.

O'Neill has served on the Ohio Supreme Court since 2013.

"As an attorney I'm appalled at these remarks of @billforohio, a Justice, as a Democrat I'm horrified he would belittle victims of sexual harassment/assault this way and as a woman I'm outraged he would equate sexual assault with indiscretion", she wrote on Twitter. Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor, a Republican candidate for governor, criticized the "crass post" that's "dismissive at best". Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor called it "gross disrespect for women".

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Many viewed the post as remarkably tone-deaf in the national debate over sexual misconduct allegations and evidence against a series of powerful men in Hollywood, the media and in politics.

The last time we saw Ohio Supreme Court Justice and prolific Facebook user Bill O'Neill around these parts, he was taking the "draft dodging millionaires" of the Cleveland Browns to task for kneeling during the national anthem. It ranged from a gorgeous personal secretary to Senator Bob Taft (Senior) who was my first true love and we made passionate love in the hayloft of her parents barn in Gallipolis and ended with a drop dead gorgeous red head who was a senior advisor to Peter Lewis at Progressive Insurance in Cleveland.

Only a day earlier, Ms Sutton unveiled a plan to combat sexual harassment and sexual assault in state government, where two lawmakers have recently resigned amid sexual misconduct allegations.

Democrat William O'Neill posted Friday that he has been "sexually intimate with approximately 50 very attractive females".

But in an interview this morning with NPR affiliate WOSU, O'Neill said he stood by his statement and had no intention of backing down.

After posting the message Friday, he edited it to remove some identifying information about the women.