Congressman Dennis Kucinich will come home to make his campaign for the White House official. Campaign spokesman David Swanson says the Ohio democrat will kick off his presidential campaign on October 13th in the chambers of Cleveland city council. That’s where Kucinich got his start in politics at age 22, when he was elected to his first term on council. He went on and became the city’s youngest mayor at age 31, survived a recall bid, then was defeated for re-election by George Voinovich, who now is a U-S senator. Kucinich made a political comeback in 1996 when he won a seat in the house. He’s considered a long shot for the democratic presidential nomination. Kucinich filed papers with the Federal Election Commission in February for his presidential exploratory committee. His campaign has raised about three million dollars.