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New York Times: Republicans pump money into 2 Ohio races

By Doug Published: October 11, 2010

The New York Times is reporting that Republican and conservative interests, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, are pumping new money into two Ohio Congressional districts in southeast Ohio, including the seat once occupied by Gov. Ted Strickland.

Democratic incumbents who are the targets of the new effort are Zack Space of the 18th District and Charlie Wilson of the 6th.

Their opponents are Bob Gibbs and Bill Johnson respectively.

According to the Times:

The National Republican Congressional Committee, the party's election arm in the House, can afford to make the new investments because the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a host of newly formed political organizations have come to the aid of Republican candidates who have far less money than the Democratic incumbents.

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