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J.R. Majewski Drops Out Of Ohio Congressional Race

Ohio Congressional candidate J.R. Majewski announced Saturday that he is suspending his campaign.

Just a few days ago, Majewski affirmed He remained in the race for Ohio's 9th Congressional District after coming under fire from local Republican leaders over “insensitive” comments he made about the Special Olympics on a podcast. according to To WTVG. Majewski announced in a statement Saturday that he was withdrawing from the race, even though he believed he “now has a great chance in the general election.”

Republican leaders are concerned that Mr. Majewski will lose to his Democratic opponent in the general election, and are trying to corner him in the following ways: nurture Regarding comments made against former President Donald Trump, according to Go to Politico. (Related: Trump inch closer to nomination with victory over Nikki Haley on Saturday)

“It has been the honor of my lifetime to have been able to take a strong lead in the Republican primary with tremendous support from our America First neighbors,” Majewski said. Said in a statement on Saturday. “Now that my record is cleared, I know I will win and have a great chance in the general election, but it is inevitable that the deep state will do everything they can to fight me.”

Majewski was a Republican candidate for the district in 2022. lost I sent the following comment to Democratic Congresswoman Marcy Capture. report He lied about his deployment to Afghanistan and lied about his time in the military.

“Earlier this week, I reaffirmed my commitment to fight for those who feel their voices are being ignored by the DC elite,” Majewski continued. “Well, the best way to do that is to devote all of my energy to the one man I know will crush the deep state. That man is President Donald J. Trump.”

With Majewski out of the race, remaining potential candidates include former state Rep. Craig Riedel and state Rep. Derek Mellin, according to Politico.

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