Rob Portman has been declared the winner of the U.S. Senate race in Ohio, holding the seat for the Republicans.
As a House member, Rep. Portman — who represented Ohio 2nd, which included the Cincinnati suburbs — was a three-time recipient of the NAM’s “Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence” for his voting record in support of priority manufacturing issues.
Portman was also the well-respected U.S. Trade Representative under President George W. Bush before switching to OMB Director. A supporter of free trade agreements elected statewide in Ohio? How about that!
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