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Vance brings campaign to Ottawa coffee shop – Lima News

OTTAWA – A Republican voter who did not decide who to support in the primary posed a question on Thursday inside a cramped side room of a Well Grounded cafe.

Republican candidate JD Vance was asked “What does success look like to you?” And as far as the inside was full of 20-25, he knocked it out of the park. Vance hit out at one of the lynchpins for Donald Trump’s first go-around campaign for president — immigration.

“I really want to solve the immigration problem. It’s crazy, 200,000 undocumented people are coming into the country illegally, taking drugs and a lot of sex trafficking victims with them. We’ve got an illegal immigration crisis in this country. has to be resolved.”

The answer energized the crowd in Ottawa during Vance’s hour-long stopover on the campaign trail, which apparently won some supporters for the rookie politician.

The author, lawyer and venture capitalist launched a “No BS Townhall Tour” of 14 cities over six days on Thursday morning, the second leg of the Ottawa tour. Vance says he is making himself available so that he can speak directly and frankly to Ohioans about the issues facing the state and the country.

“The No BS Townhall Tour is about being honest with Ohioans and answering all of their questions directly,” Vance said. “Every day, we are fed fake news by the corporate media and the ruling class which they cover. We’re going to fix the misinformation and answer voters’ questions directly. Ohioans deserve no less, and I’m excited to begin this statewide tour.”

At least 10 strong and unwavering Republicans is a key factor for conservative voters, according to Vance, who said there are currently too many weak members of the party who say one thing during the campaign cycle and go back home and act another. When he goes to Washington, D.C., after being asked whether he would support for Senate Majority Leader, if not (R-Q) Mitch McConnell hinted at going strong again.

“It’s too early to make that decision,” Vance said. It is certainly not possible that I am committed to voting for McConnell.”

Vance paused for a moment, perhaps because Republicans are in the minority, before concluding his answer. “The problem is, we’ve got someone else, right. I’ve been one of the few politicians, I think I’m the only person in this race willing to criticize leadership. I think it’s important Well, if you’re unwilling to criticize the leadership as a Senate candidate, you won’t be prepared to deliver on any of these promises when you actually get there.

Vance is running in a crowded Republican primary, currently held by Rob Portman, who is not running for re-election. Former Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel is holding an early lead in the competition, according to the competition’s first independent poll.

According to a poll conducted by the Trafalgar Group on December 12–15, Mandel had 21.4% support, followed by Vance at 14.9%, businessman Mike Gibbons at 11.9%, former Republican Republican President Jane Timken at 10.4% and someone with double digits. There was no support for the other candidate. , Simultaneously, Vance is growing, according to many, including an important web search tracking service.

according to google trends, Vance, at 46%, had almost twice as many Google searches as Mandel, up 25% from January 7-13. The comparison included only three candidates; Vance, Mandel and Tim Ryan were the three who checked in with 29% of the total accumulated searches.

In the same 7-day period, Google Trends listed Timken +400%, Vance +120%, Gibbons +90% and Mandel +50%.

Voters will elect a member to the US Senate in a general election on November 8, with the primary elections to be held on May 3.

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