Ohio 3rd Congressional District results: Batty wins house seat

Ohio’s Congressional map finished its decade-long undefeated streak on Tuesday as all 16 incumbents won new two-year terms in what will be the final election with the current boundaries. 

The state is set to use a new process to draw legislative lines for the first time after the 2020 Census is complete, potentially ending an era of districts that are gerrymandered to favor Republicans in 12 of the state’s 16 districts. 

Election results: Find results for Columbus-area, other Ohio regions and nationwide

Since the new map was drawn following the 2010 Census, the controlling party has never lost an election in any of those districts.  

Like the rest of the state, central Ohio’s Congressional delegation remained intact after Tuesday’s election. Rep. Joyce Beatty, a Columbus area Democrat, and Republicans Rep. Steve Stivers, of Columbus, and Rep. Troy Balderson, of Zanesville, all won re-election. 

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