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"Democrats have to be wondering what is the matter with the voters in Ohio. The critical swing state that went for George W. Bush twice before voting in Barack Obama for two terms is maintaining its swing reputation by holding steady for Republican nominee Donald Trump.", www.newsmax.com
"A trio of Republican senators are in solid positions to win tough re-election fights in November, a new battleground poll finds. According to a new Quinnipiac survey released Wednesday, Sens. Rob Portman, Marco Rubio and Pat Toomey all are in pole position to defeat Democratic challengers next month, potentially paving the way for Republicans to retain their majority in the U.S. Senate in January. Portman continues to outpace former Gov. Ted Strickland in Ohio, leading with 55 percent to Strickland's 38 percent, a 17-point margin. Meanwhile, Rubio holds a 4-point advantage over Rep. Patrick Murphy, taking 48 percent support to the two-term congressman's 44 percent. The two real surprises of the poll are Pennsylvania and North Carolina.", www.washingtonexaminer.com
"TALLAHASSEE — Backed by growing support from independent voters, Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio has opened a seven-point lead over Democratic challenger Patrick Murphy, according to a poll released Friday by Quinnipiac University.The poll of 601 likely voters, surveyed between Aug. 31 and Wednesday, shows Rubio holding a 50 percent to 43 percent advantage.Rubio and Murphy, a congressman from Jupiter, both easily won their party primaries Aug. 30. A poll released Aug. 11 by the", www.gainesville.com
"Two recent Quinnipiac University polls have some good news for Senate Republicans. In the battleground states of Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, and Pennyslvania, GOP Senate incumbents fighting to keep their jobs are all winning, outpolling Donald Trump by large margins. Former presidential candidate Marco Rubio leads Democratic representative Patrick Murphy 50 percent to 43 percent. In North Carolina, Richard Burr leads former state legislator Deborah Ross 49 percent to 43 percent. In Ohio, Rob Portman holds a strong eleven point lead over former governor Ted Strickland, 51 percent to 40 percent. The closest battleground senate race is in Pennsylvania, where Pat Toomey holds a narrow 1-point lead over retired environmental bureaucrat Katie McGinty, 46 percent to 45 percent. //", www.weeklystandard.com
"A political group backed by Charles and David Koch is turning its sights on Ohio's down-ballot race by attacking Democratic Senate contender Ted Strickland's record on coal. The group Freedom Partners Action Fund on Wednesday launched a $1 million TV ad campaign to tie Strickland to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's remarks about putting coal miners out of work. The ad campaign is meant to prop up Republican incumbent Sen. Rob Portman as a defender of Ohio's coal jobs. Portman is facing a tough re-election race in the Buckeye State against Strickland, who was the state's governor before Republican John Kasich. The two new ads highlight Ted Strickland's failed energy policies that put the interests of campaign donors over the well-being of coal miners, the group said. From sending millions of tax dollars to political allies while governor to supporting President Obama's anti-coal regulations after leaving office, Strickland's decisions have", www.washingtonexaminer.com
"The conservative network controlled by billionaire megadonor Charles Koch – though vowing to stay out of the presidential race – released a new ad invoking Hillary Clinton in an attack on Ohio's Democratic Senate candidate Ted Strickland.", www.newsmax.com
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