Weekly Reporter Roundtable
Republicans need a net gain of five seats to seize the U.S. House majority, and the political tide is in their favor.
That’s the conventional wisdom in a midterm election year in which a democrat is in the white house: the party out of power has the edge.
But at least one chink in the GOP armor is in Ohio, where a northern Ohio district gerrymandered to hurt longtime democratic representative Marcy Kaptur has produced a problematic opponent.
The National Republican Congressional Committee canceled nearly a million dollars in television ad time for J.R. Majewski after the Associated Press reported he had misrepresented his military service.
We consider the congressional equation in Ohio for the midterms and more on our weekly reporter roundtable.
- Jeremy Pelzer, politics reporter for cleveland.com
- Laura Bischoff, politics and state government reporter for the USA TODAY Network Ohio Bureau
- Marty Schladen reporter for the Ohio Capital Journal
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