New Campaign Ad Goes After Sherrod Brown on Domestic Violence, Says He’s Facing A ‘#Metoo Moment’

‘Brown’s ex-wife has accused him of assaulting her’

EXCERPT:

NARRATOR: "Domestic violence and harassment — courageous women in Ohio are telling their stories. Betty Sutton bravely showed that even when the domestic volcano occurred decades ago, speaking out helps. Now Senator Sherrod Brown is facing his own 'Me Too' movement from his past. These court records show sworn evidence that Browns ex-wife accused him of abusing her. She said Brown assaulted her. A judge had to issue a restraining order. Later, she said Brown violated the court order, pushing, shoving and bullying her. Brown claims it's a family matter, but his ex-wife, like other victims, has a right to be believed. This senator had to resign when evidence emerged he mistreated women. Why is Senator Brown different? Here's a good point."

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