Republican Senate Slugfest in Ohio Fuels Jitters About Trump’s Candidate

March 16, 2024

That same day, Mr. Trump’s campaign announced that the former president would appear alongside Mr. Moreno on Saturday in Dayton, widely interpreted as a sign that Mr. Moreno could benefit from an 11th-hour boost. Simultaneously, Mr. Moreno and his backers have portrayed Mr. Dolan as not sufficiently supportive of Mr. Trump. Mr. LaRose and Mr. Moreno have banded together to attack Mr. Dolan as disloyal to Mr. Trump, while both Mr. Dolan and Mr. LaRose have accused Mr. Moreno of shifting his views on everything from gun control to Mr. Trump himself. But for some voters, like Mitzi Baird of Elyria, Mr. Trump’s word was not enough. “I know Trump endorsed him, but he needs to say what he’s going to do — we know what Trump’s going to do.”The post Republican Senate Slugfest in Ohio Fuels Jitters About Trump’s Candidate appeared first on New York Times.