After voting for President Obama twice, Ohio flipped and supported President Trump in 2016. With GOP Gov. John Kasich term-limited, the contest to replace him is one of the races to watch in the Buckeye State. State Attorney General Mike DeWine will look to keep control in GOP hands against Democrat Richard Cordray, the former director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Ohio also features a Senate seat that Republicans have been aiming for since Trump won the state in 2016. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D), who was mentioned as a potential VP candidate for Hillary Clinton, is up for re-election against Rep. Jim Renacci (R). Brown, well-known by voters across the state for his populist tendencies, is performing well in the polls and in a strong position to win re-election. At least three House Republicans are also in competitive races this fall, headlined by Rep. Steve Chabot in the 1st District, who faces Hamilton County official Aftab Pureval (D).
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