- There’s a side to Brown’s personality that makes him more normal than most officeholders.
- People who work for Brown seem genuinely fond of him. His love affair with the Cleveland Indians is the real thing.
- He won comfortably in a year when Ohio turned a brighter shade of red, and he outpolled Democratic gubernatorial nominee Rich Cordray by about 100,000 votes.
- But where Brown ran up the score was in urban areas, in Ohio’s big counties, not in those small and mid-sized towns that enabled Donald Trump to beat Hillary Clinton by eight points in Ohio in 2016.
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