Hillary Clinton on Tuesday picked up her 33rd endorsement from Senate Democrats, giving her a huge lead over her closest rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said Tuesday that he supports Clinton.
"As Ohio's working families continue to recover from the worst economic recession in our country's history, we need a president who's committed to growing our economy by lifting up the middle class," Brown said in a statement.
Clinton was late to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement that she Initially supported while in the Obama administration. But Brown said her recent opposition was good enough for him.