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Ohio GOP Senate candidates escalate competition for Trump's favor


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SectionsTVFeaturedMore from NBC Follow NBC News WELLINGTON, Ohio — “Do you want to take a poll?”The question, posed by former President Donald Trump to the crowd Saturday at his first campaign-style event since leaving the White House, likely put every Republican Senate hopeful on high alert.The competition for even the hint of Trump’s endorsement in the still nascent race has gotten so intense in recent weeks that the contenders had turned his visit into a shadow primary. Her campaign has since locked down support from some of the state’s top GOP activists, but not from Trump.Organizers of Saturday’s events, including a fundraiser Trump headlined for Miller before the rally, worried about aggressive attempts by one or more of the Senate hopefuls to be seen as Trump’s preferred candidate, a source familiar with the planning said. Her campaign’s efforts Saturday helped her boost her voter contacts but also caught the attention of those who preferred the attention remain on Trump and Miller.“Certainly the Timken campaign was working very hard to make it seem like she was also endorsed at this rally,” said the source familiar with planning.Internal polls shared in recent weeks by the Mandel and Timken teams showed Mandel, who has higher name recognition after two terms in elected statewide office, leading a prospective multicandidate GOP field.

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