Both Parties Set to Win House Seats in Ohio’s Twin Special Elections

Both Republicans and Democrats are set to win a previously-vacant seat in the House of Representatives after a candidate from each party triumphed in two Ohio special elections Tuesday.

Cuyahoga County Councilmember Shontel Brown beat her Republican opponent overwhelmingly in Ohio’s Cleveland-area 11th District. In the state’s 15th District, which extends southeast from the Columbus suburbs, Trump-endorsed coal lobbyist Mike Carey cruised to victory, defeating Democratic state Rep. Allison Russo.

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Democratic Congressional Candidate’s Close Ties to Islamic Activist Linda Sarsour Revealed

Nina Turner and Linda Sarsour

A candidate for Congress in Ohio’s August 3 special election to replace Marcia Fudge, now the President Joe Biden-appointed secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), has close ties to radical Islamic activist Linda Sarsour. 

“And I see and love you [Linda Sarsour],” Nina Turner, running for Congress in Ohio’s 11th district said in response to a 2019 tweet from Sarsour. 

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