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2020 Ohio elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2020 Ohio general elections were held on November 3, 2020 throughout the US state of Ohio. The office of the Ohio Secretary of State oversees the election process, including voting and vote counting.[1]

To vote by mail, registered Ohio voters must have requested a ballot by October 31, 2020.[2] As of early October some 2,112,685 voters have requested mail ballots.[3]

Federal offices

President

Senate

There is no U.S. Senate election in Ohio in 2020.

House of Representatives

All of Ohio's 16 seats in the United States House of Representatives are up for election in 2020.

State offices

Board of Education

General Assembly

Senate

The 16 even-numbered districts out of 33 seats in the Ohio Senate are up for election in 2020. Fourteen of these seats are held by Republicans and two are held by Democrats. Prior to the election, Republicans hold 24 seats and Democrats hold 9 seats.

Senatorial district Incumbent This race
District Senator Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
2 Theresa Gavarone Republican 2019 (Appointed) Running
4 Bill Coley Republican 2011 (Appointed) Not Running (Term-limited)
6 Peggy Lehner Republican 2011 (Appointed) Not Running (Term-limited)
8 Louis Blessing Republican 2019 (Appointed) Running
10 Bob Hackett Republican 2016 (Appointed) Running
12 Matt Huffman Republican 2016 Running
14 Terry Johnson Republican 2019 (Appointed) Running
16 Stephanie Kunze Republican 2016 Running
18 John Eklund Republican 2011 (Appointed) Not Running (Term-limited)
20 Tim Schaffer Republican 2018 (Appointed) Running
22 Larry Obhof Republican 2011 (Appointed) Not Running (Term-limited)
24 Matt Dolan Republican 2016 Running
26 David Burke Republican 2011 (Appointed) Not Running (Term-limited)
28 Vernon Sykes Democratic 2016 Running
30 Frank Hoagland Republican 2016 Running
32 Sean O'Brien Democratic 2016 Running

House of Representatives

All 99 seats in the Ohio House of Representatives are up for election in 2020. Prior to the election, Republicans hold 61 seats and Democrats hold 38 seats.

House district Incumbent This race
District Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
1 Scott Wiggam Republican 2016 Running
2 Mark Romanchuk Republican 2012 Not Running (Term-limited)
3 Haraz Ghanbari Republican 2019 (Appointed) Running
4 Robert R. Cupp Republican 2014 Running
5 Tim Ginter Republican 2014 Running
6 Phil Robinson Democratic 2018 Running
7 Tom Patton Republican 2016 Running
8 Kent Smith Democratic 2014 Running
9 Janine Boyd Democratic 2014 Running
10 Terrence Upchurch Democratic 2018 Running
11 Stephanie Howse Democratic 2014 Running
12 Juanita Brent Democratic 2018 Running
13 Michael J. Skindell Democratic 2018 Running
14 Bride Rose Sweeney Democratic 2018 Running
15 Jeffrey Crossman Democratic 2018 Running
16 David Greenspan Republican 2016 Running
17 Adam Miller Democratic 2016 Running
18 Kristin Boggs Democratic 2016 (Appointed) Running
19 Mary Lightbody Democratic 2018 Running
20 Richard Brown Democratic 2017 (Appointed) Running
21 Beth Liston Democratic 2018 Running
22 David J. Leland Democratic 2014 Running
23 Laura Lanese Republican 2016 Running
24 Allison Russo Democratic 2018 Running
25 Bernadine Kent Democratic 2016 Not Running
26 Erica Crawley Democratic 2018 Running
27 Tom Brinkman Republican 2014 Running
28 Jessica Miranda Democratic 2018 Running
29 Cindy Abrams Republican 2019 (Appointed) Running
30 Bill Seitz Republican 2016 Running
31 Brigid Kelly Democratic 2016 Running
32 Catherine Ingram Democratic 2016 Running
33 Sedrick Denson Democratic 2018 Running
34 Emilia Sykes Democratic 2014 Running
35 Tavia Galonski Democratic 2017 (Appointed) Running
36 Anthony DeVitis Republican 2011 (Appointed) Not Running (Term-limited)
37 Casey Weinstein Democratic 2018 Running
38 Bill Roemer Republican 2018 Running
39 Fred Strahorn Democratic 2012 Not Running (Term-limited)
40 Phil Plummer Republican 2018 Running
41 Jim Butler Republican 2011 (Appointed) Not Running (Term-limited)
42 Niraj Antani Republican 2014 (Appointed) Not Running (Running for State Senator)[4]
43 Jeffery Todd Smith Republican 2018 Running
44 Paula Hicks-Hudson Democratic 2018 Running
45 Lisa Sobecki Democratic 2018 Running
46 Michael Sheehy Democratic 2013 (Appointed) Running
47 Derek Merrin Republican 2016 (Appointed) Running
48 Scott Oelslager Republican 2018 Running
49 Thomas West Democratic 2016 Running
50 Reggie Stoltzfus Republican 2018 Running
51 Sara Carruthers Republican 2018 Running
52 George Lang Republican 2017 (Appointed) Not Running (Running for State Senator)[5]
53 Candice Keller Republican 2016 (Appointed) Not Running (Running for State Senator)[6]
54 Paul Zeltwanger Republican 2014 Running
55 Gayle Manning Republican 2018 Running
56 Joe Miller Democratic 2018 Running
57 Dick Stein Republican 2016 Running
58 Michele Lepore-Hagan Democratic 2014 Running
59 Don Manning Republican 2018 Not Running (Deceased)
60 John Rogers Democratic 2012 Not Running (Term-limited)
61 Jamie Callender Republican 2018 Running
62 Scott Lipps Republican 2016 Running
63 Gil Blair Democratic 2019 (Appointed) Running
64 Michael O'Brien Democratic 2014 Running
65 John Becker Republican 2012 Not Running (Term-limited)
66 Doug Green Republican 2012 Not Running (Term-limited)
67 Kris Jordan Republican 2018 Running
68 Rick Carfagna Republican 2016 Running
69 Steve Hambley Republican 2014 Not Running (Running for Medina County Commissioner)[7]
70 Darrell Kick Republican 2016 Running
71 Mark Fraizer Republican 2019 (Appointed) Running
72 Larry Householder Republican 2016 Running
73 Rick Perales Republican 2012 Not Running (Term-limited)
74 Bill Dean Republican 2016 (Appointed) Running
75 Randi Clites Democratic 2018 Running
76 Diane Grendell Republican 2019 (Appointed) Running
77 Jeffrey LaRe Republican 2019 (Appointed) Running
78 Ron Hood Republican 2012 Not Running (Term-limited)
79 Kyle Koehler Republican 2014 Running
80 Jena Powell Republican 2018 Running
81 Jim Hoops Republican 2018 (Appointed) Running
82 Craig Riedel Republican 2016 Running
83 Jon Cross Republican 2018 Running
84 Susan Manchester Republican 2018 Running
85 Nino Vitale Republican 2014 Running
86 Tracy Richardson Republican 2018 Running
87 Riordan McClain Republican 2018 (Appointed) Running
88 Bill Reineke Republican 2014 Not Running (Running for State Senator)[8]
89 D. J. Swearingen Republican 2019 (Appointed) Running
90 Brian Baldridge Republican 2018 Running
91 Shane Wilkin Republican 2018 (Appointed) Running
92 Gary Scherer Republican 2012 (Appointed) Not Running (Term-limited)
93 Jason Stephens Republican 2018 Running
94 Jay Edwards Republican 2016 Running
95 Don Jones Republican 2018 Running
96 Jack Cera Democratic 2011 (Appointed) Not Running (Term-limited)
97 Adam Holmes Republican 2018 Running
98 Brett Hillyer Republican 2018 Running
99 John Patterson Democratic 2012 Not Running (Term-limited)

Judicial

Supreme Court

While judicial races in Ohio are technically non-partisan (party affiliations are not listed on the ballot), candidates run in party primaries. Terms are six years, and justices may run for re-election an unlimited number of times before their 70th birthday.

Incumbent This race
Justice Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
Sharon L. Kennedy Republican[a] 2012 Running Sharon L. Kennedy
John O'Donnell
Judith L. French Republican[a] 2012 Running Jennifer Brunner
Judith L. French

Kennedy seat

Republican nomination
  • Sharon Kennedy, incumbent Justice
Results
Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Sharon Kennedy (incumbent) 637,255 100.0
Total votes 637,255 100.0
Democratic nomination
  • John O'Donnell, Judge, Cuyahoga Court of Common Pleas, General Division
Results
Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John O'Donnell 659,196 100.0
Total votes 659,196 100.0
General election
Ohio Supreme Court election, 2020
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Sharon Kennedy (incumbent)[b] 2,735,041 55.07%
Nonpartisan John O'Donnell[c] 2,231,724 44.93%
Total votes 4,966,765 100.00%

French seat

Republican nomination
  • Judith French, incumbent Justice
Results
Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Judith French (incumbent) 618,739 100.0
Total votes 618,739 100.0
Democratic nomination
Results
Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jennifer Brunner 675,231 100.0
Total votes 675,231 100.0
General election
General Election Results
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Jennifer Brunner[c] 2,695,072 55.34%
Nonpartisan Judith French (incumbent)[b] 2,174,820 44.66%
Total votes 4,869,892 100.00%
  1. ^ a b Officially nonpartisan
  2. ^ a b Nominated by Republican Party.
  3. ^ a b Nominated by the Democratic Party

Court of Appeals

See also

References

  1. ^ Dionne Searcey (October 1, 2020), "When Your Job Is to Make Sure Nov. 3 Isn't a Disaster", Nytimes.com
  2. ^ Lily Hay Newman (August 27, 2020), "How to Vote by Mail and Make Sure It Counts", Wired.com, archived from the original on October 6, 2020
  3. ^ Michael P. McDonald, "2020 General Election Early Vote Statistics", U.S. Elections Project, retrieved October 10, 2020, Detailed state statistics
  4. ^ Blizzard, Nick; Otte, Jim (January 30, 2019). "State Rep. Antani to run for state Senate seat covering most of suburban Montgomery County". Dayton Daily News. Retrieved March 15, 2020.
  5. ^ Pitman, Michael D. (July 15, 2019). "Lang to run for Ohio Senate, creating three-way race in Republican primary". Journal-News. Retrieved March 15, 2020.
  6. ^ Balmert, Jessie (May 29, 2019). "Election 2020: Conservative Rep. Candice Keller to run for Butler County Senate seat". The Cincinnati Enquirer. Retrieved March 15, 2020.
  7. ^ Pelzer, Jeremy (July 16, 2019). "State Rep. Steve Hambley to challenge longtime Medina County Commissioner Pat Geissman in 2020". The Plain Dealer. Retrieved March 15, 2020.
  8. ^ Jackson, Tom (April 8, 2019). "Reineke to run for Ohio Senate". The Sandusky Register. Retrieved March 15, 2020.
  9. ^ Brent Kendall; Alexa Corse (October 11, 2020), "Pennsylvania, Texas and Ohio See Court Rulings Over Mail Ballots", The Wall Street Journal, Both political parties are mounting legal challenges across many states, with mail-in voting at the center

Further reading

External links

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