President Joe Biden is wasting his time if he believes he can help Democrats flip House and Senate seats in Ohio, according to state Republicans.
Biden is flying into Ohio for the third time of his presidency on Wednesday afternoon for a televised town hall. The Cincinnati trip coincides with a critical Senate vote on the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal brokered, in part, by outgoing Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman. And some in the GOP predict the White House’s attempt to mount a pressure campaign will stumble as well.
It is “baffling” that Biden is investing time and money in Ohio over Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, according to Lorain County Republican Party Chairman David Arredondo.
“You know, some of the other borderline states that they’ve got to try to hold on to, especially for the Congress and the Senate next year,”