(PartiallyPolitics.com) – U.S. Senate candidate Bernie Moreno in Ohio is widely considered to be the Republican candidate in the state’s primary that has the strongest chance of defeating Democrat Sherrod Brown who currently holds one of the state’s Senate seats.
Most recently South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem had provided Moreno with a key endorsement while also calling for all GOP members to unite in support of the “America-first conservative” entrepreneur in the state’s primary.
The Ohio primary also includes other candidates including state Sen. Matt Dolan and Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose.
On Thursday Noem put out a statement noting that she was pleased to provide Morena with her endorsement for the United States Senate. She further added that this was the type of candidate that the GOP needed in order to win in November’s election and win back the Senate. She noted that she and Bernie have known each other for over a decade and that she had always been impressed by his conservative values and “his ability to get things done.” As she pointed out both of these are qualities that are needed desperately in the country’s Senate.
She added that Ohio deserved to have better representation than career politician Sherrod Brown and argued that it was important for everyone to unite in support of Moreno as Brown would be a tough opponent to beat.
Early voting in the Ohio Republican primary is set to start on Feb 2, while the primary is meant to take place on March 19.
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