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Ohio Senate Candidate Bernie Moreno Refuses To Confirm Election Belief

Bernie Moreno

Ohio Senate Republican candidate Bernie Moreno, who recently secured a hard-fought primary victory, declined to confirm whether he believes the 2020 presidential election was stolen from former President Donald Trump. When questioned on the matter, Moreno redirected the focus towards future endeavors, emphasizing the concerns of Ohio residents regarding everyday expenses like the affordability of French fries at McDonald's.

During a recent encounter at the Capitol, Moreno refrained from providing a direct response when pressed to clarify his stance on the election's legitimacy. He expressed a desire to shift the conversation away from this topic, highlighting other priorities that he believes are more pertinent to the people of Ohio.

Moreno shifts focus to Ohio residents' concerns like affordability of French fries.
Bernie Moreno won a tough primary but won't confirm election fraud beliefs.
Refuses to clarify stance on election legitimacy, redirects conversation to other priorities.

Despite previously featuring in a campaign ad affirming Trump's claims of election fraud, Moreno's current stance appears to be more evasive on the issue. In the wake of a competitive primary race against establishment Republican candidates like Matt Dolan, Moreno exuded confidence in his ability to garner support from within the party and secure victory in the upcoming election.

Asserting his commitment to unifying the Republican Party, Moreno contrasted the party's open debate on candidate selection with what he portrayed as a more closed process within the Democratic Party. He emphasized his intention to rally support across party lines and work towards regaining the Republican majority.

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