The evenly divided Senate has already confirmed President Joe Biden's director of national intelligence.
Johnson published his op-ed in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, whose editorial board previously called for his resignation in an op-ed published last week.
Blinken said "no party has a monopoly on good ideas," and he embraced Trump's tough stance in dealing with China.
The 30-second ad, which was posted on YouTube and Twitter begins by showing the chaotic scenes captured during the Capitol riots, when supporters of President Donald Trump breached the building in protest of Congress certifying electoral votes.
GOP Senator Ron Johnson previously blocked two efforts to pass a round of $1,200 stimulus checks.
Senator Ron Johnson "wasn't so worried about the deficit when he voted to give $1 trillion in tax breaks to the 1% and large corporations," the Vermont senator tweeted.
Ron Johnson said Friday "I want to help people" but COVID relief efforts need to be "more targeted."
Some House Republicans are planning to challenge the electors during the Senate and House joint session to count the votes on January 6. The House members will need one GOP senator to join them in their efforts to overturn the results, which would cause both chambers to meet separately to consider those objections.
"I'm not going to turn a blind eye on this," GOP Senator Ron Johnson said. "We'll keep digging."
"Trump would have won the election," Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said on Fox News Wednesday. "That's the enormous influence that social media and our liberal biased media played on this election."
"I think it's nuts to bring that into the Senate," Senator Mitt Romney said.
"Senator Johnson said that he knew and accepted the fact that Joe Biden had won," Mark Becker, a former Wisconsin Republican official, said.
Only four Republican senators have congratulated President-elect Joe Biden.
The ad campaign features 2016 comments by Senators Ted Cruz, Chuck Grassley, Marco Rubio, Ron Johnson and Rob Portman, which contradict their current stance on a Supreme Court confirmation before an election.
Ratcliffe said he's tired of "people using the intelligence community to leverage some political narrative."
CNN anchor Jake Tapper was critical of unfounded suggestions that child pornography was found on a laptop purportedly owned by Hunter Biden.
The Friday letter from Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington said that without proper oversight, "our democratic institutions will continue to slip away."
"There is a long and venerable tradition of ill or medically infirm senators being wheeled in to cast critical votes on the Senate floor," the Arkansas Republican said.
"Of course, everybody wants to save every life they can―but the question is, towards what end, ultimately?" said Chris Christie in May. He tested positive Saturday.
"Senator Johnson feels healthy and is not experiencing symptoms," his office said in a statement. "He will remain isolated until given the all-clear by his doctor."
Joe Biden's campaign dismissed the report as an attempt "to bail out Donald Trump's reelection campaign."
Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) called off plans to travel with President Donald Trump on Thursday and will remain in quarantine until September 29 after being exposed to a person infected with COVID-19.
"It looks like they don't want to share the information, they're covering up information," Senator Angus King said.
"The majority of Republicans are now no different than socialist Democrats when it comes to debt," Senator Rand Paul said.
Democrats notified the FBI over concerns Russia is "laundering" intelligence directed against former Vice President Joe Biden through a GOP-led Senate committee.
The company behind "League of Legends" announced the news on Thursday night.
"We do need to move to keep as much of our economy open as possible, open it up safely and responsibly," Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson cautioned.
"If I were a Democrat primary voter, I'd want these questions satisfactorily answered," Senator Ron Johnson said.
Republican Senator Ron Johnson said it's "bizarre" House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has not sent the articles of impeachment over to the Senate, but Democratic Senator Doug Jones said he's glad she's demanding to know what the playing field looks like for a trial.