Incumbent Sherrod Brown is being challenged by current state treasurer Josh Mandel for his seat in the U.S. Senate.
Both candidates differ on many issues, like the economy.
Brown favors the plan that is in place.
According to the senator's website, Brown has held more than 200 community roundtables across Ohio's 88 counties with local leaders and business owners, entrepreneurs and educators, and workers and families to find ways to rebuild our economy.
In 2010, Mandel, a veteran of the Iraq War, was elected treasurer in Ohio by a wide margin.
According to Mandel's campaign website, as treasurer of Ohio, Mandel has earned the highest possible rating from Standard and Poor's for the four billion dollar government investment fund he manages.
One issue that he wants to fix if elected is the national budget.
Mandel chastises current lawmakers, like Brown who continue to allow the country to operate with out passing new budget.
Mandel isn't your typical politician, pledging to serve only 12 years if he's elected.
That's a look at the U.S. Senate race between incumbent democrat Sherrod Brown and republican challenger Josh Mandel, and it will be up to the voters to decide who will serve Ohio on November 6th.