From the daily archives: Monday, January 2, 2017

Democrat’s had high hopes of retaking the U.S. Senate in 2016.  Sadly those hopes were dashed when Republicans held onto their slim majority.  More blue blood could be shed in 2018, when Democrats defend 25 senate seats to just eight for Republicans.

In Ohio, the battle last year played out poorly when former Gov. Ted Strickland lost his senate bid to incumbent Ohio Senator Rob ortman. George W. Bush’s budget director, then trade czar got big help when super PACs friendly to him invested more than $50 million in negative ads, regurgitating the same false talking points Gov. John Kasich used […]

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