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2016 Ohio's 8th congressional district special election

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Ohio's 8th congressional district special election, 2016

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Ohio's 8th congressional district
 
Warren Davidson official congressional photo (cropped).jpg
CoreyFoister.jpg
Candidate Warren Davidson Corey Foister
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 21,537 5,904
Percentage 76.8% 21.1%

U.S. Representative before election

John Boehner
Republican

Elected U.S. Representative

Warren Davidson
Republican

A special election to the United States House of Representatives for Ohio's 8th congressional district was held to determine the successor to John Boehner, who resigned his seat on October 31, 2015.[1] Republican Governor of Ohio John Kasich set the primary election for March 15, 2016, and the general election for June 7. The winner of the June special election ran for reelection in November 2016 but served the remainder of Boehner's two-year term, which ended in early January 2017.[2]

Republican primary

Before John Boehner announced his retirement in October 2015, J. D. Winteregg and Eric Gurr both entered the race during the summer with the intention of challenging Boehner. After Boehner's retirement, over twenty Republicans pulled a petition with the Board of Elections to run for the vacant seat. Butler County Auditor Roger Reynolds was considered the front-runner for the nomination but surprised everyone when he suspended his campaign for the seat in December 2015.

Candidates

Withdrawn

Declined

Endorsements

Bill Beagle
U.S. Representatives
Ohio State Senators
Ohio State Representatives
Mayors
County officials
Warren Davidson
U.S. Representatives
County officials
Organizations
Tim Derickson
Ohio State Senators
Ohio State Representatives (current and former)
Mayors
County officials
Organizations
Newspapers
J. D. Winteregg
Political figures
  • Steve Deace, author and conservative radio host[40]

Results

Republican primary results[41]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Warren Davidson 42,230 32.27
Republican Tim Derickson 31,303 23.92
Republican Bill Beagle 25,672 19.62
Republican Jim Spurlino 9,428 7.20
Republican J. D. Winteregg 5,296 4.05
Republican Scott George 3,054 2.33
Republican Terri King 2,908 2.22
Republican Kevin F. White 2,340 1.79
Republican Michael Smith 1,966 1.50
Republican Matthew Ashworth 1,595 1.22
Republican John W. Robbins 1,546 1.18
Republican Eric J. Haemmerle 1,360 1.04
Republican George S. Wooley 1,023 0.78
Republican Edward R. Meer 609 0.47
Republican Joseph Matvey 535 0.41
Total votes 130,865 100.00

Democratic primary

Corey Foister was the only Democrat to run in the special election. At age 25, he is currently the youngest candidate in America to win the nomination of a major U.S. political party for United States Congress.[42]

Candidates

Declared

  • Corey Foister, podcaster[3]

Declined

Results

Democratic primary results[41]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Corey Foister 32,214 100.00
Total votes 32,214 100.00

Green primary

James J. Condit, Jr., a frequent candidate for public office as a member of the Constitution Party, ran unopposed for the Green Party's nomination. Due to his controversial remarks on Jewish Americans belief that the September 11 attacks were an inside job, his candidacy was disavowed by the Green Party of Ohio.[45]

Candidates

Results

Green primary results[41]
Party Candidate Votes %
Green James J. Condit, Jr. 212 100.00
Total votes 212 100.00

General election

Candidates

Endorsements

Warren Davidson
U.S. Representatives
County Officials
Organizations
Corey Foister
Organizations

Results

Ohio's 8th Congressional District special election, 2016[50]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Warren Davidson 21,537 76.79
Democratic Corey Foister 5,904 21.05
Green James J. Condit, Jr. 604 2.15
Total votes 28,045 100.00
Republican hold

See also

References

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  30. ^ a b "FRC Action PAC Endorses Warren Davidson for Congress in Ohio". Family Research Council. March 11, 2016. Retrieved March 16, 2016.
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