A major labor union in Ohio is refraining from endorsing a candidate in the state’s contested Senate race, despite having previously backed Democrat and former Gov. Ted Strickland.
Donald Trump has taken a five-point lead over Hillary Clinton in the critical swing state of Ohio, his largest yet, and Sen. Rob Portman (R., Ohio) has a 17-point lead over challenger Ted Strickland for his Senate seat, according to a new poll.
Incumbent Sen. Rob Portman (R.) leads Ted Strickland, his Democratic challenger, by 11 points in the latest poll of the Ohio Senate race.
Senator Rob Portman of Ohio is not exactly Mr. Personality. He’s not a culture warrior or a populist firebrand. He’s a soft-spoken wonky Baby Boomer interested in budgets, finance, and taxes. He won’t be seen with Donald Trump but welcomed former boss George W. Bush to a private fundraiser last month. Also, he enjoys a significant lead over challenger Ted Strickland.
Sen. Rob Portman (R., Ohio) received support Tuesday for his reelection bid from the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, a grassroots organization working to support the state’s farm and food community.
Incumbent Sen. Rob Portman (R.) continues to lead Democratic challenger Ted Strickland in the Ohio senate race, according to a new poll released on Monday.
Two editorial boards in Ohio criticized Democrat Ted Strickland for saying that the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia came at a “good time” for labor unions.
Sen. Rob Portman (R.) has expanded his lead over former Gov. Ted Strickland in the Ohio senate race, the latest development in what has been a tumultuous week for the Democrat.