Ohio U.S. Senate primary poses a test of Trump’s grip on Republican voters

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By Eric Cox and Nathan Layne WEST CHESTER, Ohio (Reuters) – Donald Trump’s influence gets its first big test of the midterm election cycle on Tuesday, when Ohio Republicans pick their candidate for U.S. Senate, kicking off a series of critical nominating contests in the coming weeks. The former president upended the Ohio race last month by endorsing author and venture capitalist J.D. Vance, turning the primary into a referendum on his sway over Republican voters as he weighs another White House run in 2024. Polls show a tight race since Trump’s endorsement, with Vance holding a narrow lead ove…

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