Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown says suburban voters are the 'ticket' for Democrats in 2020 presidential election

November 06, 2019, 5:05 PM

In the aftermath of two contentious state elections, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown joined "Powerhouse Politics" on Wednesday, sharing his beliefs that suburban voters and local elections will be the key for Democratic candidates in gaining support in the 2020 presidential election.

"Suburban Cincinnati, Louisville and Lexington ... these are the places that have the power to beat President Donald Trump in 2020," Brown told ABC News Political Director MaryAlice Parks and Multi-platform Correspondent Serena Marshall. "And maybe even the ticket to beat [Sen. Mitch] McConnell in Kentucky."

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