Last night, JD Vance won the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate nomination in Ohio by more than eight points over Josh Mandel.
Vance, of course, received the endorsement of former president Donald Trump and saw his fortunes rise. The author of Hillbilly Elegy was polling at 11 percent in early March and rose to 23 percent in last week’s Fox News poll.
Vance was once a Trump critic, but earned the former president’s endorsement by embracing Trump’s views on issues like trade, immigration and slamming big tech companies. Vance’s win on Tuesday demonstrated that Trump still holds influence over a sizable chunk of Republican primary voters.
Mehmet Oz received the endorsement of Trump for the Pennsylvania GOP nomination. We want to know – does Vance’s win mean victory for Dr. Oz on May 17?
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Reader Poll: Does JD Vance's Win in Ohio Mean Victory for Dr. Oz?
- No. Still unsure how Pennsylvanians will treat endorsement. (70%)
- Yes. Trump's endorsement sealed the deal. (30%)