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When Democrats promote Trump's candidacy

When Democrats promote Trump's candidacy

Remember this name: Bernie Moreno. If this Cleveland-area businessman wins Ohio's Republican Senate primary next Tuesday, he won't be able to thank only Donald Trump and his allies in this Midwestern state, including Sen. J.D. Vance, Rep. Jim Jordan and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, but also Democrats. In the main part of this race for the seat that Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown will defend, the pro-Democrat political action committee is broadcasting an advertisement confirming that Moreno has Trump's support and accusing him of being “too conservative for Ohio.”

The ad aims to distract Republican voters from the most dangerous candidate in the eyes of Democrats, state Senator Matt Dolan, who has received support from the Republican Party.institution Republicans from Ohio, including Republican Gov. Mike DeWine and former Sen. Rob Portman. By stating that Morena has Trump's support and that he is “very conservative,” Democrats believe Republicans will be more inclined to vote for him.

This is not the first time that Democrats have promoted the candidacy of a conservative or extreme Republican “over the top” and hoped that he would win his party's primary, believing that he would be easier to beat. It often works, but not always.

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