“Ohio voters will begin casting their ballots in six weeks — and J.D. Vance has been difficult to find,” CNN reports.
“The rookie GOP candidate goes days without any public events, and his campaign gives little information about his whereabouts.”
“He has been slow to build a fundraising operation, and a ground game, and is being dramatically outspent on air while racking up a nearly $900,000 in campaign debt last quarter. And now, a super PAC with ties to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is planning to spend a staggering $28 million on television ads here to save a Senate seat once viewed as a lock— and deny Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan a chance for a major, midterm upset.”