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Yale Law School

Despite another effort to draft "Hillbilly Elegy" author J.D. Vance to run for U.S. Senate, Vance announced Friday that people should "count me out of politics for now."

Andy Chow / Statehouse News Bureau

Now that Treasurer Josh Mandel has announced he’s out of the race for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate, there are lots of questions about who might want to take his place.

Phil Long / Associated Press

Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel is dropping out of the Republican primary for U.S. Senate.

Sherrod Brown on CNN's State of the Union
CNN'S STATE OF THE UNION

Ohio’s U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown has stirred up controversy by labeling President Trump’s adviser Steve Bannon a racist, and saying another adviser may be one as well. 

When the Cleveland police union endorsed state Treasurer Josh Mandel (Republican) today in his bid for US Senate, there were no union members in the audience.

The union president Steve Loomis announced the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association leadership had voted to endorse Mandel over incumbent Senator Sherrod Brown (D).  Loomis said Brown is “stale” and does not support law enforcement.

“…rambles on about Black Lives Matter and false narratives and that’s just completely unacceptable,” said Loomis.

Yale Law School

“Hillbilly Elegy” author J.D. Vance has announced that he considered, but ultimately decided against, launching a 2018 U.S. Senate bid.

City Club of Cleveland

All eyes are going to be on Ohio next year for what could be one of the biggest U.S. Senate races in the country. And it looks like it might be a rematch between incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown and Republican challenger Josh Mandel. Rematches are rare but not unheard of.

Josh Mandel

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel has created a faith outreach team whose first goal is repeal of a federal law prohibiting religious organizations and other charitable groups from backing political candidates.

Mike Gibbons

A contender for U.S. Senate is raising the stakes by hiring some big players in statewide and national politics.

Ohio treasurer Josh Mandel failed to show at a hearing discussing his handling of nearly $2 million earmarked for taxpayer-funded public service announcements.

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