WOSU: Could Mike DeWine's re-election bid be doomed by fellow Republicans?
UC political scientist David Niven’s gives opinion on DeWine’s chances in 2022
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine may have a fight on his hands if he decides to run for the office again in 2022, experts say.
"I do think he is in trouble,'' said David Niven, professor of political science at the University of Cincinnati. "Mainly because of the degree to which the firmament beneath his feet has changed. Ohio Republicans are clearly part of the party of Trump."
Niven told WOSU that DeWine’s best chances to win his own party over are to do so in a crowded field of Republican contenders, or the long-time politician could to retire since he will be age 75 when the race takes place.
Featured image at top of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine speaking at the Ohio Statehouse. Photo/Greenlees/AP/Dayton Daily News Pool.
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