A Wrap Up of Key Ohio Congressional Races

OHIO — Not much is changing within some key districts as incumbents were once again reelected by voters. 

Here’s a wrap up of six key districts:

Congressional Race in OH-1

For over two decades, Rep. Steve Chabot (R) has represented the greater Cincinnati area, and he’ll continue to do so after beating challenger Kate Schroder (D), a former health care executive. Chabot received more than 179,000 votes compared to Schroder’s 157,000 votes. 

Congressional Race in OH-4

Rep. Jim Jordan’s (R) 1pRe3 years in office will continue after a landslide win with more than 67% of the votes against challenger Shannon Freshour (D), a former paralegal who once interned on Capitol Hill. 

Congressional Race in OH-10

Rep. Mike Turner (R) has represented the Miami Valley since 2003, and he’ll be tacking on another year. He won with more than 57% of the vote over challenger Desiree Tims (D).

Congressional Race in OH-12

Congressman Troy Balderson (R) will once again represent the 12th district. Balderson received more than 55% of the total votes, beating Democratic challenger Alaina Shearer, a business owner and first-time candidate. 

Congressional Race in OH-13

Rep. Tim Ryan (D) has officially locked down his 10th term in Northeast Ohio. He received more than 52% of the total votes, beating Republican challenger Christina Hagan, a former state representative. 

Congressional Race in OH-14

Rep. Dave Joyce (R) will once again serve the 14th district after garnering more than 60% of the voters against Hillary O’Connor Mueri (D). 

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