In Ohio, Politico reports that Josh Mandel has reserved $4 million in television time just for the month of October. Ohio Senate candidate Josh Mandel has reserved over $4 million in airtime for the last month of the 2012 campaign, multiple strategists tell me. … A GOP strategist involved in the race said the buying — about $4.2 million so far — is proof that Mandel will “have the resources to go toe-to-toe down the homestretch with not just an incumbent but one of the most well-funded members of the U.S. Senate.”
- Meanwhile, WNWO-TV in Toledo reports that thanks to Treasurer Mandel’s Renew Ohio & Rebuild Ohio Programs, storm victims will be eligible for reduced interest rates in the Buckeye State. Residents across Ohio impacted by damaging winds and severe weather during storms the weekend of June 30 could be eligible for emergency assistance in the form of reduced interest rates on loans under Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel’s Renew Ohio & Rebuild Ohio Programs. Small businesses and homeowners who apply for bank loans for construction, restoration or cash flow for damage and hardship resulting from the recent severe weather may be eligible to receive interest rate reductions through the treasurer’s office.
- Finally, WKBN-TV in Youngstown reports that Treasurer Josh Mandel continues to keep the heat on liberal Democrat Sherrod Brown for supporting ObamaCare. The man who wants to replace Democrat Sherrod Brown in the U.S. Senate brought his campaign to Boardman on Monday afternoon. Republican Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel took a tour of N.E.O. Urology Associates as he continued to blast Obamacare. Mandel maintains that the national health care plan is a government takeover of health care and that it will kill job creation. Mandel is in favor of a complete and full repeal of the Affordable Care Act and said he thinks it needs to be replaced with something better.