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Dems In Full Panic After Learning They Could Lose Critical Senate Seat

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A new survey from 2024 indicates that an experienced Democratic senator is in jeopardy of losing his seat because he trails a Republican opponent.

β€œOhio Sen. Sherrod Brown is running within the margin of error against all three of his declared Republican challengers, the first poll of his 2024 race shows,” The Daily Caller reported last week.

Senator Sherrod Brown, who is serving his third term in the U.S. Senate, is the only Democrat currently holding a statewide elected office in Ohio.

According to a poll conducted by East Carolina University, he leads Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose by a margin of 44-42, state senator Matt Dolan by a margin of 45-44, and businessman Bernie Moreno by a margin of 46-42. The margin of error for the survey is 4%, which pertains to all three of these races.

The publication added:

Both Dolan and Moreno ran in the 2022 GOP Senate primary to replace retiring Sen. Rob Portman. Dolan finished third, behind JD Vance and Josh Mandel, while Moreno dropped out early. Dolan, whose family is worth $5.2 billion, is expected to spend large sums of his own money throughout the 2024 cycle. He shelled out $10.6 million during the 2022 campaign.

When Brown assumed office in 2007, Ohio had a Democratic governor and a Republican congressional delegation with a vote total of 11 to 7. Nevertheless, with a Republican governor and a delegation divided 10-5 in their favor, the Daily Caller reports that the state’s political climate has changed.

In the 2022 election, Governor Mike DeWine of the Republican Party triumphed with a commanding 25-point victory margin. Additionally, state attorney general Dave Yost and Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose won their respective elections by a combined 20 points.

As Ohio continues to become increasingly conservative, former president Donald Trump carried the state twice, in 2016 and 2020. J.D. Vance, a Republican and Trump supporter, was elected U.S. senator last year and will serve his first term.

This time around, Trump will confront legal issues, including two indictments in Manhattan and one involving federal accusations of mishandling classified information.

However, it does not appear to be affecting his popularity. In reality, it appears that his popularity has increased due to the perception that he is being persecuted politically.

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

A CBS News poll conducted in the middle of June revealed that the former president had a commanding 61 percent of the Republican primary vote, outpacing his closest rival, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, by a significant margin of 38 points.

With just 4% of the vote, Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina edged out former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley for third place. CONTINUE READING…

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