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Notable results in Ohio primary election

May. 07, 2014 @ 12:03 AM

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Results of notable races and the statewide issue in Tuesday’s primary election. (Winners are marked with an x. Incumbents are designated with an i.)



x— Edward FitzGerald

— Larry Ealy


x— John Kasich (i)


District 1-Democrat

x— Fred Kundrata

— Jim Prues

District 1-Republican

x— Steve Chabot (i)

District 2-Democrat

x— Marek Tyszkiewicz

— William R. Smith

— John Sheil

— Ronny Richards

District 2-Republican

x— Brad Wenstrup (i)

District 3-Democrat

x— Joyce Beatty (i)

District 3-Republican

— Eric Vennon

x— John Adams

District 4-Republican

x— Jim Jordan (i)

District 5-Democrat

x— Robert Fry

District 5-Republican

x— Bob Latta (i)

District 6-Democrat

x— Jennifer Garrison

— Gregory D. Howard

District 6-Republican

x— Bill Johnson (i)

District 7-Republican

x— Bob Gibbs (i)

District 8-Democrat

— Matthew J. Guyette

x— Tom Poetter

District 8-Republican

x— John A. Boehner (i)

— Matthew T. Ashworth

— J.D. Winteregg

— Eric Gurr

District 9-Democrat

x— Marcy Kaptur (i)

District 9-Republican

— Robert C. Horrocks Jr.

x— Richard May

District 16-Democrat

x— Pete Crossland

— James Donenwirth

District 10-Democrat

x— Robert Klepinger

— Bill Conner

District 10-Republican

— John D. Anderson

x— Mike Turner (i)

District 11-Democrat

x— Marcia L. Fudge (i)

District 11-Republican

x— Mark Zetzer

District 12-Democrat

x— David Arthur Tibbs

District 12-Republican

x— Pat Tiberi (i)

District 13-Democrat

x— Tim Ryan (i)

— John Stephen Luchansky

District 14-Democrat

x— Michael Wager

District 14-Republican

— Matt Lynch

x— David P. Joyce (i)

District 15-Democrat

x— Scott Wharton

District 15-Republican

x— Steve Stivers (i)

— Charles S. Chope

District 16-Republican

x— Jim Renacci (i)


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