Ohio Poll Alert

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According to a new poll released this week, this battleground race is locked in a statistical TIE.  

Spectrum News/Siena College Poll | 10/24/22
Tim Ryan (D) – 46%
JD Vance (R) – 46%
Undecided – 6%

Keep in mind, national Republicans have poured over $40 MILLION into Ohio to destroy our grassroots campaign. They even canceled ad reservations and pulled money out of other states to focus solely on us.

But the joke’s on them because this race is still anyone’s game. That’s why it’s absolutely critical we hit our final end-of-month fundraising goal so we have the resources to fend off their attacks during the last two weeks of this campaign.

Please make a split donation of $25 or more to my campaign and the Ohio Democratic Party. Help us reach the final end-of-month goal of this election — we need every last dollar if we want to flip Ohio blue and expand the Democratic Senate majority >>

DONATE

Look, JD Vance relies on right-wing millionaires and special interests to buy him this seat. Me? I’m proudly relying on grassroots donors like you to fuel us to victory.

Thanks,

Tim Ryan


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