Sherrod Brown Voted Against Homeland Security, Wanted ‘Department of Peace’ Instead

From devastating hurricanes and natural disasters to terrorism and breaches in cyber security, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s job is to protect the homeland from all manner of threats and keep Americans safe. The department was created in the aftermath of 9/11, when Islamic terrorists killed nearly 3,000 Americans in coordinated attacks…

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Sherrod Brown Claimed ‘There Is No War on Coal,’ But Jim Renacci Says Incumbent Democrat is No Man of the People

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) wears a canary pin on his lapel as a gesture of support for Ohio coal miners. When his political opponents accused him of siding with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in an attempt to bankrupt coal companies, Brown denied it. “There is no war on coal,…

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Jim Renacci Pledges to ‘Put Ohio First’ at Debate, Says Sherrod Brown Has Become Washington Insider

In Ohio’s second U.S. Senate debate Saturday night GOP candidate Jim Renacci promised to “put Ohio first” while accusing his opponent of caving to Washington special interests. Renacci is the Republican congressman from Wadsworth trying to knock off two-term incumbent U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH). “In 1997, a United States’ congressman (Brown) said the…

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Challenger Renacci Highlights Senator Sherrod Brown’s Four-Decades as a Career Politician and ‘Arrogant Lawmaker’

When the subject of career politicians came up at Sunday night’s senatorial debate in Cleveland, Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) sidestepped the issue. His opponent, Congressman Jim Renacci (R-OH-16), repeatedly pummeled the senior senator from Ohio on that one issue. On gun rights, immigration, healthcare, the environment, or Ohio’s economic progress,…

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Poll: Voters in 25 Key Battleground States, Including Ohio, Want Dramatically Lower Immigration Numbers

NumbersUSA, a two decades-old national organization that advocates for lower immigration to the US, has crunched the numbers and in every state surveyed the results are roughly the same. One million legal immigrants entering the US each year is too many, voters say. From a recent press announcement sent to…

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Jim Renacci Raises More than $1.75 Million in Third Quarter

Jim Renacci

Republican U.S. Senate candidate for Ohio Rep. Jim Renacci (R-OH-16) raised more than $1.75 million in the third quarter of 2018. The impressive haul comes from more than 10,700 donors – each averaging a contribution to Renacci of about $160 each – who are seeking new represenation  for Ohio in Washington. Renacci’s opponent, 25-year Washington…

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Sherrod Brown Fled the Building after U.S. Senate Debate, Jim Renacci Stayed to Answer Questions from Reporters

After last night’s U.S. Senate debate in Cleveland, both candidates were given the opportunity to answer media questions and to expand on or clarify any issues that came up during the debate. Jim Renacci stood and answered questions from reporters for an additional 12 minutes. Sherrod Brown fled the building, refusing to…

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Jim Renacci’s Debate Zinger: ‘Sen. Brown Votes for Whatever Chuck Schumer Tells Him To’

U.S. Senate candidates Jim Renacci and Sherrod Brown squared off in their first debate Sunday night, a one-hour event in which Renacci cast his opponent as “too in love with Washington and Chuck Schumer” to represent the people of Ohio. After 25 years in Washington, Renacci said Brown had lost touch…

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Democrat Sen. Sherrod Brown Has ‘Voted Like a Hollywood Liberal,’ Opponent Renacci Says at Trump Rally

Lost amid the Trumpmania at Friday night’s “Make America Great Again” rally in Lebanon, Ohio, was a rousing speech by the GOP candidate for U.S. Senate — Congressman Jim Renacci. Usually when a candidate gets up to speak during a Trump rally, it’s difficult for him or her to maintain…

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Senate Candidates Jim Renacci, Sherrod Brown Agree to Three Debates in October

Sherrod Brown, Jim Renacci

U.S. Senate candidates Jim Renacci and Sherrod Brown have agreed to participate in three debates in October. The first will be hosted at the Idea Center in Cleveland and sponsored by the Ohio Debate Commission on Sunday, Oct. 14, at 6 p.m. The second debate will be moderated by NBC 4 in…

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