What’s on your primary ballot?

Katie R. Ochoa
Mon., Mar. 28, 2022; Wilberforce, Ohio, USA; U.S. Senate Democratic candidates Morgan Harper, left, and Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), right, shake hands at the end of Ohio's U.S. Senate Democratic Primary Debate at Central State University. Mandatory Credit: Joshua A. Bickel/Ohio Debate Commission

The Republicans and Democrats working to be Ohio’s upcoming governor and U.S. Senator will be decided one 7 days from now setting up the November election. But the statehouse primaries is not going to be until eventually later. 

We crack down what it all means on this week’s episode of Ohio Politics Described.

It’s a podcast from the United states of america These days Community Ohio Bureau exactly where we catch you up on the state’s political information in 15 minutes or less. This week, host Anna Staver was joined by reporters Jessie Balmert and Haley BeMiller who have been masking the races and redistricting.

1) U.S. Senate pick

7 Republicans and a few Democrats want to be the up coming U.S. Senator from Ohio.

The Republican race to replace Sen. Rob Portman lacked a front-runner until previous President Donald Trump endorsed J.D. Vance. Trump’s seal of approval will absolutely give the Hillbilly Elegy writer a strengthen, but will it be enough to win? 

A lot more:Previous President Donald Trump endorses J.D. Vance in Ohio Senate race

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