Five takeaways from the Ohio special primaries
Primaries in two Ohio special House elections Tuesday served as stress tests for the state of the Republican and Democratic parties as their respective ideological and establishment flanks clashed.
In a ruby-red district outside of Columbus, energy lobbyist Mike Carey, who was endorsed by former President Trump, defeated a crowded primary field of about a dozen candidates. And in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County Democratic Party Chairwoman Shontel Brown bested progressive firebrand Nina Turner.
Here are five takeaways from the dual House primaries.
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