NBC News: Obama campaign to send $10 million to Ohio campaign

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President Barack Obama on Wednesday said the Democratic National Committee will be sending $10,000 each to Ohio campaigns as part of a new “donor package” to help the state regain ground after the November election.

Obama also said the RNC is encouraging more Ohioans to vote in November as part.

“We’re encouraging more people to get out and vote, so that’s what we’re going to do,” Obama said.

The RNC has spent more than that on ads in Ohio in the last few weeks, which the RNC says is helping to help Democrats win the state’s governor’s race. “

The campaign says it has raised more than $1 billion since 2012, with more than a quarter of that money going to the Democratic Party.

The RNC has spent more than that on ads in Ohio in the last few weeks, which the RNC says is helping to help Democrats win the state’s governor’s race.

“The Republican Governors Association is going to continue to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on the campaign to keep down the turnout.” “

It’s going to take a lot of people to win this election,” Obama told reporters.

“The Republican Governors Association is going to continue to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on the campaign to keep down the turnout.”

Ohio has gone for Republicans in every presidential election since 1984, and it has been the party of Obama for the past five elections.

Democratic Gov.

John Kasich is leading in the race to succeed Republican John Kasich in the Republican-held seat in the Ohio Senate.

He has made clear he’s not ready to concede until he wins a majority in the state House and Senate.

But Kasich has said he’s open to a Democratic challenge and has said there is no way to beat Republican Gov.

Ted Strickland without a Democratic candidate.

Kasich is trying to gain ground with younger voters, who are less likely to vote than older voters.

The Democratic National committee is also sending $2.5 million to help Ohio Democratic gubernatorial candidate Josh Mandelker win his race.

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