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Sutton Internal Poll: Dead Heat With Renacci

August 1, 2012
Sutton and Renacci were drawn together in redistricting, after Ohio lost two congressional seats due to slow population growth. Renacci brings over 40 percent of the new district residents from his old seat, while Sutton has fewer old constituents - about 20 percent.
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