Senator Sherrod Brown has failed the people of Ohio. Last year, Ohio households were poorer than they have been in 25 years, according to a census report. The average household income has decreased 15.3% since 2000 from $54,395 to $46,093. Additionally, Ohio’s level of poverty is higher than the national average at 15.3%.
Brown has been at the national level of government representing the people of Ohio since 1993, first as a US Representative, and for the past 5 years as a US Senator. In his time as a Senator, his voting record has made him the number one most liberal senator in the US.
Brown voted for the failed economic stimulus and rammed the Healthcare Bill through Congress that costs taxpayers $1.76 trillion and cut $21 billion from Ohio seniors who depend on Medicare. Brown’s liberal policies have been running Ohio into the ground since the day he took office. Ohio needs leadership that will address the economic difficulties of the state, not liberal tax-and-spend mentality.