Josh Mandel is running for US Senate, and his first step to getting to DC is that he has to clear several opponents in a Republican primary. Mandel, an Afghanistan combat veteran, and champion of Judeo-Christan values has made an impression on the people of Ohio in many town hall meetings in churches around Ohio, and now he is surpassing all of his challengers.
The left is absolutely beside themselves with the growing popularity of Mandel.
Recent polls are reflecting the voter’s enthusiasm for Mandel’s America First, pro-jobs campaign. Mandel was the first state-wide official in 2016 to endorse President Donald J. Trump when he was a candidate.
According to the report Ohio+Senate+Poll by WPA Intelligence, Mandel is still the “Trump style” candidate:
Josh Mandel maintains Consistent and Commanding Double-Digit lead in Ohio Senate race
Vance calling Trump voters Racists continues to haunt him; Timken drops to 4th place.
Conservative Trump warrior Josh Mandel holds a commanding lead in the race for Ohio’s
Senate seat. JD Vance is in second place, 24-points behind Mandel, and Jane Timken is
now in a distant 4th place.
The results released September 25th are:
Josh Mandel – 37%
J.D. Vance – 13%
Mike Gibbons – 8%
Jane Timken – 6%
Matt Dolan – 3%
Bernie Moreno – 1%
Other – 6%
Undecided/Other – 26%
Mandel’s Consistent and Commanding Double-Digit Lead
Mandel is the clear and wide frontrunner in the U.S. Senate race, in large part due to his
full-throated, consistent and unwavering support of President Trump and the Trump America
First agenda. As Ohio’s largest newspaper The Cleveland Plain Dealer recently said,
“Unlike other major Senate candidates, Mandel has no public history of criticizing or
distancing himself from Trump.”
Mandel posted about the good news on Tuesday, and the story immediately went viral, as Ohio’s Senate race is being eyed as an indicator for other Conservative-Populist leaning states. Mandel is clearly the candidate to carry on Trump’s agenda for the state.
It’s ok to be outspent.
It’s not ok to be outworked.
No one will outwork us. https://t.co/IQUDgOCI3D
— Josh Mandel (@JoshMandelOhio) September 27, 2021
Mandel’s town hall meetings are a signature aspect to his campaign, out meeting with people and almost daily posting updates of himself interacting with voters. And Mandel does not back down from controversial topics.
STRONGSVILLE, OH — Instead of pushing kids to get dumb degrees like French Literature, Art History and Gender Studies, we should be pushing them to be welders, pipefitters and machinists — like Joe here at Atlantic Tool & Die. pic.twitter.com/dGXxbYOf9B
— Josh Mandel (@JoshMandelOhio) September 24, 2021
Mandel has gotten key endorsements, including the all-important right to life endorsement:
Mandel is a champion- he never backs down to the left:
By advancing the lie of Critical Race Theory, the liberals are stomping on the grave of Martin Luther King. pic.twitter.com/7uimOGR8cR
— Josh Mandel (@JoshMandelOhio) September 22, 2021
FLASHBACK TO JUNE- MANDEL KEEPS HIS LEAD AND GAINS
In June, Spectrum News reported on a poll that showed Mandel ahead of Timken, proving the expected front runner, Timken, was only falling behind as Mandel blazed his way around Ohio.
“Mandel, a former state treasurer, is pursuing a Senate seat for the third time. His campaign’s poll comes days after a poll commissioned by Timken, the former Ohio GOP chair, showed her gaining on Mandel’s lead.
At least five Republicans have formally entered the race to succeed retiring Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and at least three others are considering joining.
The poll was conducted by Remington Research Group between June 1-3. The margin of error is +/- 3% and 1,040 Ohioans were surveyed.
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In a head-to-head matchup with Timken, Mandel polls at 45%, Timken is at 22%, and 33% of likely Republican primary voters said they still are undecided.
Out of six Republicans mentioned in the poll, Mandel currently leads with 35%, 34% of primary voters are undecided, Timken is at 16%, author J.D. Vance is at 6%, Cleveland investment banker Mike Gibbons is at 5%, Northeast Ohio car dealer Bernie Moreno is at 2%, and Ohio State Sen. Matt Dolan is at 2%.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776