From data-mining to YouTube ads and search promotion, Republican Senator Rob Portman of Ohio is using digital tools to his advantage as he vies for re-election.
Some Ohio Democrats are exhibiting buyer's remorse as the shine rapidly fades from Ted Strickland's once-promising campaign against Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman. The 75-year-old former governor had high name … Click to Continue ...
Pulling ahead of his Democratic rival, Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) is doing something rarely done in Ohio politics: airing a Spanish-language political TV ad. Portman, who polls show is pulling away from former Ohio governor Ted Strickland (D) in one of the more closely watched Senate contests of the year, plans to spend about $250,000 on his […]
The greatest threat facing Hillary Clinton may not be Donald Trump in 2016; it may be Rob Portman in 2020. The Ohio Senator appears to be a lock to defeat Democratic challenger and former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland on November 8. The prospect of Strickland losing badly to Portman is obviously disappointing for those who... Read more »
In early September, James Carville—the political strategist who helped engineer Bill Clinton’s first presidential campaign—explained to Vanity Fair just how much national politics has changed in the past three decades. “In 1992, theShow More Summary
Every election year, National Right to Life publishes downloadable comparison flyers about the various Senate candidates. The downloadable version for Ohio’s “Where do the Senate Candidates Stand on Life?” is available here. The candidates have very different views on abortion. Here is an overview of their positions on abortion-related issues. Abortion on Demand Rob Portman […]
Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman's chances of re-election seem to be all but guaranteed as his lead over Democratic challenger former Governor Ted...
ELIANA JOHNSON: Why Rob Portman Is Crushing Ted Strickland In Ohio.
“Portman has run a damn fine race. The rest, I’ll have to tell you over a drink.” — DSCC Executive Director Tom Lopach, quoted by the Columbus Dispatch, on Ted Strickland’s (D) weak challenge to Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH).
Politico reports that outside groups have raised $100 million for GOP Senate candidates. The Democrats seem to have given up on Ohio, where Sen. Rob Portman (R) is comfortably ahead and running well above Donald Trump’s numbers at the top of the ticket. There is also growing confidence that Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will hold […]
The battle between Rob Portman and Ted Strickland was supposed to be a barn-burner.
Rob Portman has stood up for the Second Amendment at every turn. Ohio gun owners should strongly support his re-election... This post Ohio Gun Owners, Rob Portman Needs Your Vote in November appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Strickland's campaign website slams Sen. Rob Portman on abortion and women's health.
“The powerful network helmed by billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch is cancelling advertising in the Ohio Senate race, a sign that Republican Sen. Rob Portman is viewed as increasingly likely to win,” The Hill reports.
Donald Trump's biggest demographic problem is with women voters, and Ohio Senate candidate Ted Strickland is making the most of it, tying his Republican opponent Sen. Rob Portman to Trump in his opposition to abortion rights and women's rights in a new ad appropriately called "Choice." Narrator: "We all know what Donald Trump has said about women. Show More Summary
This is not encouraging. YouGov and Monmouth are both out with new polls of Ohio’s Senate race, and they both show Republican Sen. Rob Portman with a clear lead over ex-Gov. Ted Strickland—even as Hillary Clinton carries the state. YouGov gives...Show More Summary
Sen. Rob Portman has been the GOP’s go-to guy for debate preparation in past presidential races.
Senator Rob Portman was my guest this morning. He’s quietly built a commanding lead ofver a flailing, failing Ted Strickland, the defeated (and failed) former governor of Ohio, but Harry Reid is throwing tens of millions at Portman because the Senate simply doesn’t run blue if Portman wins re-election. Show More Summary
The Ohio Senate race between Ted Strickland (D) and Rob Portman (R) may be the most important political fight of our lives. Do I exaggerate? Republicans don't think so. Look at the Super PAC money being poured into the race, 33 million dollars so far: "...the most expensive (race) in the nation. Show More Summary
One Nation, a prominent Republican fundraising group affiliated with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, has cancelled a $2.8 million reservation for advertising backing Republican Sen. Rob Portman in Ohio, signaling the group feels confident the Republican Party will hang on to the seat.