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A Conversation With Jennifer Brunner, Ohio Senate Candidate

Note: Part of a series of video interviews with 2010 Congressional candidates who stop by the CQ-Roll Call offices. Over the course of the next year, we will feature interviews from as many top races as possible. Watch other interviews in this series here.

Jennifer Brunner is the Ohio secretary of state and a former judge who is one of four Democrats seeking the Senate seat of Republican George Voinovich, who is not seeking re-election this year.

Brunner’s chief competitor in the May 4 Democratic primary is Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher, who has raised more money than Brunner and seems to be the preferred candidate of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. Former Rep. Rob Portman is the Republican nominee.

— Greg Giroux, CQPolitics

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