The latest survey from Rasmussen shows Democratic Sen. Sherrod BrownSherrod BrownLame duck TPP vote could be disastrous for Dems—and America The Trail 2016: Her big night Kaine as Clinton's VP pick sells out progressive wing of party MORE and GOP challenger Josh Mandel both earning 48 percent support from likely Ohio voters. Two percent surveyed said they backed another candidate, with 2 still undecided.
Most polls, though, show an edge for Brown in the race. A Columbus Dispatch poll released Sunday showed the incumbent senator with a 51 to 45 advantage.
But with both President Obama GOP nominee Mitt Romney visiting the state this weekend, their efforts to capture the crucial battleground will likely affect turnout and the Ohio Senate outcome.
Both campaigns have spent heavily in the state and have focused their efforts on boosting early voting in the Buckeye state. Polls have shown that the presidential race in Ohio is close, with a Columbus Dispatch poll Sunday showing Obama with a 2-point lead at 50 to 48, within the poll’s 2.2 percent margin of error.
The survey was conducted on Nov. 1 and has a 4-point margin of error.