Biden hasn’t received a State of the Union polling bump

It is possible that Joe Biden and Donald Trump have secured the presidential nominations for their respective parties; but, there is still a great deal of competition further down the ballot as we move closer to the next primary day, which will take place on Tuesday. Both the future of both parties and the power of the House of Representatives, which the Republicans are presently clinging to by a thread, will be significantly impacted by the results of the congressional primaries that will take place in the states of California, Illinois, and Ohio. Not only will the endorsement of the presumed Republican presidential nominee be put to the test in the campaign for the Senate seat in Ohio, but it will also be put to the test in two significant House contests.

During the previous month, President Trump expressed his support for Representative Mike Bost, who is currently facing a primary challenge from Darren Bailey, a former state senator from Illinois’ 12th District. Bailey is attempting to claim the conservative lane in the primary election and has rallied with Florida Representative Matt Gaetz. During his unsuccessful race for governor in 2022, Bailey received Trump’s endorsement. On the other hand, Bost is spending more money than Bailey on the airwaves, where he is promoting the support of the former president. Regardless matter who emerges victorious in the primary election, it is anticipated that the seat will remain in the hands of the Republican Party.

Additionally, on Monday, the former president put forth an endorsement at the eleventh hour for state Representative Derek Merrin, who is running in the controversial Republican primary in Ohio’s 9th District. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, a Democrat, is the representative for the district, which Trump won in 2020. in district will be a primary focus for the Republican Party in autumn. In light of the fact that J.R. Majewski, a contentious candidate who was defeated by Kaptur in 2022, has withdrawn from the race, Republicans are feeling more optimistic about their chances.

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