Ellen Belcher, who is filling in for Emily McCord, interviews John Green, director of the Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron, about the results of Mitt Romney's tepid win in Ohio's primary.
Tuesday's primary results set up high stakes for fall races for U.S. Senate and a newly drawn U.S. House district along the Lake Erie shoreline.
Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel claimed the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate, as expected. He'll now face Democratic incumbent Sherrod Brown in a contest that promises to be intense and expensive. Mandel has already raised $4 million toward the fight, and Brown has a similar amount.
Mandel took 49 percent of the vote statewide in a race against five other GOP contenders.