Trump will campaign for Bernie Moreno in Ohio before the March 19 primary.

DAYTON, Ohio  – Before the primary election on March 19, former President Donald Trump will travel to Ohio in order to raise support for Bernie Moreno, who is running for the Republican nomination for the United States Senate.

According to Moreno's campaign, Trump will be the featured speaker at a rally Saturday afternoon at Wright Bros Aero, which is located in Vandalia, close to Dayton. In this event, Buckeye Values PAC is the host organization.

As part of the three-way Republican primary, Trump has chosen to support the Cleveland billionaire over two other candidates. In a campaign that has turned out to be more competitive than anyone anticipated, 

 Moreno will be competing against Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose and state Senator Matt Dolan from the Cleveland region. On Monday, Governor Mike DeWine gave his support to Dolan.

This fall, the Democratic incumbent Sherrod Brown will be the opponent of the Republican candidate who won the election. 

It is widely believed that Brown is one of the most vulnerable Democrats in the Senate this fall, given that the control of the chamber is at stake.

John D. Vance, an author and venture entrepreneur, was able to win both the primary election and the general election because to Trump's endorsement during the previous election cycle

 Moreno has the support of a number of Republicans, including Vance and Jim Jordan, a representative from the United States.

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