Ohio Senate candidate J.D. Vance told Newsmax on Wednesday that Democrats will lose in November because "food prices are too high, rents are too high, housing prices are too high, and people know that."
Vance told "John Bachman Now" that his opponent, Ohio Democrat Rep. "Tim Ryan has been a rubber stamp for the Democratic policies, the spending policies that have caused this inflation.
"People want basic common sense. You know, we don't want to let violent criminals out of prison. We want to support our law enforcement officers as they put those violent criminals away.
"And yet, Tim Ryan has, every opportunity of his 20 years in politics, has attacked the police, and he's attacked the job that they're doing."
Vance added, "We want to secure [the] border in Ohio because the fentanyl that's coming across is killing our citizens by the thousands here in the state of Ohio. Tim Ryan has voted consistently to grant amnesty and to open up the border.
"Those three issues [are] safe borders, safe streets, get this inflation crisis under control. Those are the three reasons why I think we're not only going to win in Ohio, we're going to really beat this guy and we're going to send a message to D.C.: You can't mismanage the greatest country in the world without suffering some political consequences. That's why we're going to get new leadership in there."
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