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Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is not really among the top Republican Senate targets this year.
Those indicators include: -- Recent nonpartisan polls from the showing Brown leading Rep.
The 2018 midterm season is upon us and the storyline in the House and Senate will be the balance of power and whether Republians can hold their majorities in both chambers.
The momentum is tipping toward Democrats big time, particularly in House races, according to the latest CNN reporting.
That Brown is over 50%, or close to it, in polling is also a positive sign for the incumbent because in what is shaping up to be at least a modestly strong Democratic year, he may be insulated from losing even if undecideds break disproportionately to the lesser-known Renacci.
The polls suggest Toss-up, our new rating, is a better reflection of the current reality in Ohio.Jim Renacci (R, OH-16) in the Senate contest by 16 points (53%-37%), 14 points (48%-34%), and 17 points (51%-34%) respectively.-- Senate Majority PAC, the major Democratic outside Senate spending group, that Ohio was indeed in play and “very competitive,” citing otherwise unspecified internal polling.We're moving Ohio's Senate race from Leans Democratic to Likely Democratic.That leaves open the possibility of a GOP upset, but for now Brown appears to be in decent shape.