Ohio State Legislature Primary Election Results

State Senate

District Dist. Candidates Est. rpt.
1 Rep. 1 (R)
McColley*
Uncontested
3 Dem. 3 (D)
Maharath*
Uncontested
3 Rep. 3 (R)
Reynolds
Uncontested
5 Rep. 5 (R)
Huffman*
Uncontested
7 Dem. 7 (D)
Dallas
Uncontested
7 Rep. 7 (R)
Wilson*
Uncontested
9 Dem. 9 (D)
Ingram
Uncontested
9 Rep. 9 (R)
Sonza
Uncontested
11 Dem. 11 (D)
Hicks-Hudson
Uncontested
11 Rep. 11 (R)
Dia
Uncontested
13 Dem. 13 (D)
Eliopoulos
Uncontested
13 Rep. 13 (R)
Manning* 67%
Hill 33%
>95%
15 Dem. 15 (D)
Craig*
Uncontested
17 Dem. 17 (D)
Boone
Uncontested
17 Rep. 17 (R)
Wilkin 78%
Hwang 22%
>95%
19 Dem. 19 (D)
Swiger 69%
Hinshaw 31%
>95%
19 Rep. 19 (R)
Brenner*
Uncontested
21 Dem. 21 (D)
Smith 62%
Barnes 38%
>95%
21 Rep. 21 (R)
Alterman
Uncontested
23 Dem. 23 (D)
Antonio*
Uncontested
23 Rep. 23 (R)
Simmons
Uncontested
25 Dem. 25 (D)
DeMora
Uncontested
25 Rep. 25 (R)
Wysocki
Uncontested
27 Dem. 27 (D)
Goetz
Uncontested
27 Rep. 27 (R)
Roegner*
Uncontested
29 Rep. 29 (R)
Schuring*
Uncontested
31 Rep. 31 (R)
Landis
Uncontested
33 Dem. 33 (D)
Hagan
Uncontested
33 Rep. 33 (R)
Rulli*
Uncontested

* Incumbent

State House

District Dist. Candidates Est. rpt.
1 Dem. 1 (D)
Jarrells* 65%
Harding 35%
>95%
2 Dem. 2 (D)
Humphrey*
Uncontested
3 Dem. 3 (D)
Mohamed 34.9%
Harrop 34.2%
>95%
3 Rep. 3 (R)
Lanning
Uncontested
4 Dem. 4 (D)
Lightbody*
Uncontested
4 Rep. 4 (R)
Rudler
Uncontested
5 Dem. 5 (D)
Brown*
Uncontested
5 Rep. 5 (R)
Beach
Uncontested
6 Dem. 6 (D)
Miller*
Uncontested
6 Rep. 6 (R)
Wharton
Uncontested
7 Dem. 7 (D)
Russo*
Uncontested
8 Dem. 8 (D)
Liston*
Uncontested
9 Dem. 9 (D)
Abdullahi 67%
Filippelli 33%
>95%
10 Dem. 10 (D)
Harris
Uncontested
10 Rep. 10 (R)
Dobos
Uncontested
11 Dem. 11 (D)
Somani
Uncontested
11 Rep. 11 (R)
Tarazi
Uncontested
12 Rep. 12 (R)
Stewart*
Uncontested
13 Dem. 13 (D)
Skindell*
Uncontested
13 Rep. 13 (R)
Davey
Uncontested
14 Dem. 14 (D)
Brennan
Uncontested
14 Rep. 14 (R)
Austin 54%
Morgan 46%
>95%
15 Dem. 15 (D)
Dell’Aquila
Uncontested
16 Dem. 16 (D)
Sweeney* 56%
Smith* 44%
>95%
16 Rep. 16 (R)
Lamb
Uncontested
17 Dem. 17 (D)
Greenfield
Uncontested
17 Rep. 17 (R)
Patton* 82%
McClain 18%
>95%
18 Dem. 18 (D)
Brewer
Uncontested
19 Dem. 19 (D)
Robinson*
Uncontested
19 Rep. 19 (R)
Brough
Uncontested
20 Dem. 20 (D)
Upchurch* 78%
Seals 22%
95%
21 Dem. 21 (D)
Forhan 57%
Holody 34%
>95%
21 Rep. 21 (R)
Powell
Uncontested
22 Dem. 22 (D)
Brent* 70%
Stokes 21%
>95%
23 Dem. 23 (D)
Troy*
Uncontested
23 Rep. 23 (R)
Phillips
Uncontested
24 Dem. 24 (D)
Isaacsohn 82%
Mallory 18%
>95%
24 Rep. 24 (R)
Koehler
Uncontested
25 Dem. 25 (D)
Thomas
Uncontested
25 Rep. 25 (R)
Breadon
Uncontested
26 Dem. 26 (D)
Denson*
Uncontested
27 Dem. 27 (D)
Baker 62%
Begtrup 38%
>95%
27 Rep. 27 (R)
Giroux 48%
Murray 40%
>95%
28 Dem. 28 (D)
Miranda*
Uncontested
28 Rep. 28 (R)
Monzel 59%
Georgeton 41%
>95%
29 Dem. 29 (D)
Valle
Uncontested
29 Rep. 29 (R)
Abrams*
Uncontested
30 Dem. 30 (D)
Mayhaus
Uncontested
30 Rep. 30 (R)
Seitz* 82%
Hymer 18%
>95%
31 Dem. 31 (D)
Darrow
Uncontested
31 Rep. 31 (R)
Roemer*
Uncontested
32 Dem. 32 (D)
Shaughnessy
Uncontested
32 Rep. 32 (R)
Young*
Uncontested
33 Dem. 33 (D)
Galonski*
Uncontested
33 Rep. 33 (R)
Anderson
Uncontested
34 Dem. 34 (D)
Weinstein*
Uncontested
34 Rep. 34 (R)
Bigham
Uncontested
35 Dem. 35 (D)
O’Neill
Uncontested
35 Rep. 35 (R)
Demetriou
Uncontested
36 Dem. 36 (D)
Caruso
Uncontested
36 Rep. 36 (R)
White*
Uncontested
37 Rep. 37 (R)
Young*
Uncontested
38 Dem. 38 (D)
Blackshear*
Uncontested
39 Rep. 39 (R)
Plummer*
Uncontested
40 Dem. 40 (D)
Cox
Uncontested
40 Rep. 40 (R)
Creech*
Uncontested
41 Dem. 41 (D)
Larson 66%
Flanagan 34%
>95%
41 Rep. 41 (R)
Williams
Uncontested
42 Dem. 42 (D)
White 68%
Komives 32%
>95%
42 Rep. 42 (R)
Merrin*
Uncontested
43 Dem. 43 (D)
Grim 73%
Ortiz 27%
>95%
43 Rep. 43 (R)
Hendricks 66%
Kille 34%
>95%
44 Dem. 44 (D)
Rogers
Uncontested
44 Rep. 44 (R)
Palmer
Uncontested
45 Dem. 45 (D)
Horn
Uncontested
45 Rep. 45 (R)
Gross*
Uncontested
46 Dem. 46 (D)
Mulligan
Uncontested
46 Rep. 46 (R)
Hall* 56%
King 44%
>95%
47 Dem. 47 (D)
Lawrence
Uncontested
47 Rep. 47 (R)
Carruthers* 80%
Harper 20%
>95%
48 Rep. 48 (R)
Oelslager*
Uncontested
49 Dem. 49 (D)
West*
Uncontested
49 Rep. 49 (R)
Thomas
Uncontested
50 Rep. 50 (R)
Stoltzfus*
Uncontested
51 Rep. 51 (R)
Hillyer*
Uncontested
52 Dem. 52 (D)
Phillips
Uncontested
52 Rep. 52 (R)
Manning*
Uncontested
53 Dem. 53 (D)
Miller*
Uncontested
53 Rep. 53 (R)
Gallagher 63%
McGervey 37%
>95%
54 Dem. 54 (D)
Burgess
Uncontested
54 Rep. 54 (R)
Stein*
Uncontested
55 Dem. 55 (D)
Zorn
Uncontested
55 Rep. 55 (R)
Lipps* 69%
Goodwin 31%
>95%
56 Dem. 56 (D)
Bennett 71%
Cao 29%
>95%
56 Rep. 56 (R)
Mathews 54%
Grossmann 46%
>95%
57 Dem. 57 (D)
Rosborough
Uncontested
57 Rep. 57 (R)
Callender*
Uncontested
58 Dem. 58 (D)
Neff
Uncontested
58 Rep. 58 (R)
Cutrona*
Uncontested
59 Dem. 59 (D)
McNally 56%
Shadd 30%
>95%
60 Rep. 60 (R)
Jordan*
Uncontested
61 Dem. 61 (D)
Valentine
Uncontested
61 Rep. 61 (R)
Lear 58%
Stevens* 42%
>95%
62 Dem. 62 (D)
Flick
Uncontested
62 Rep. 62 (R)
Schmidt*
Uncontested
63 Rep. 63 (R)
Bird*
Uncontested
64 Dem. 64 (D)
Peterson 69%
Bennett 31%
>95%
64 Rep. 64 (R)
Santucci
Uncontested
65 Rep. 65 (R)
Loychik 71%
Law 29%
>95%
66 Rep. 66 (R)
Ray*
Uncontested
67 Dem. 67 (D)
Burge
Uncontested
67 Rep. 67 (R)
Miller 62%
Falconi 30%
>95%
68 Rep. 68 (R)
Claggett 58%
Fraizer* 42%
>95%
69 Dem. 69 (D)
Owens
Uncontested
69 Rep. 69 (R)
Miller*
Uncontested
70 Dem. 70 (D)
Price
Uncontested
70 Rep. 70 (R)
Lampton* 62%
Shutte 38%
>95%
71 Dem. 71 (D)
Duffee
Uncontested
71 Rep. 71 (R)
Dean*
Uncontested
72 Dem. 72 (D)
Clyde
Uncontested
72 Rep. 72 (R)
Pavliga*
Uncontested
73 Rep. 73 (R)
LaRe*
Uncontested
74 Rep. 74 (R)
Willis
Uncontested
75 Dem. 75 (D)
Materni
Uncontested
75 Rep. 75 (R)
Ghanbari*
Uncontested
76 Rep. 76 (R)
John*
Uncontested
77 Dem. 77 (D)
Gooch
Uncontested
77 Rep. 77 (R)
Wiggam*
Uncontested
78 Rep. 78 (R)
Manchester 55%
Sreenan 45%
>95%
79 Dem. 79 (D)
Eastham
Uncontested
79 Rep. 79 (R)
Blasdel
Uncontested
80 Rep. 80 (R)
Powell*
Uncontested
81 Rep. 81 (R)
Hoops*
Uncontested
82 Dem. 82 (D)
Markward
Uncontested
82 Rep. 82 (R)
Klopfenstein 71%
Penner 29%
>95%
83 Dem. 83 (D)
Osborne 62%
Kritzell 38%
>95%
83 Rep. 83 (R)
Cross*
Uncontested
84 Dem. 84 (D)
Rodriguez
Uncontested
84 Rep. 84 (R)
King 61%
Larger 36%
>95%
85 Rep. 85 (R)
Barhorst 56%
Vitale 35%
>95%
86 Dem. 86 (D)
Luke
Uncontested
86 Rep. 86 (R)
Richardson* 79%
Bohland 21%
>95%
87 Rep. 87 (R)
McClain*
Uncontested
88 Rep. 88 (R)
Click*
Uncontested
89 Dem. 89 (D)
Obergefell
Uncontested
89 Rep. 89 (R)
Swearingen*
Uncontested
90 Dem. 90 (D)
Dodson
Uncontested
90 Rep. 90 (R)
Baldridge* 88%
Robinson 12%
>95%
91 Rep. 91 (R)
Peterson
Uncontested
92 Rep. 92 (R)
Johnson*
Uncontested
93 Rep. 93 (R)
Stephens*
Uncontested
94 Dem. 94 (D)
Goodman
Uncontested
94 Rep. 94 (R)
Edwards*
Uncontested
95 Dem. 95 (D)
Ryan
Uncontested
95 Rep. 95 (R)
Jones*
Uncontested
96 Dem. 96 (D)
DiPalma
Uncontested
96 Rep. 96 (R)
Ferguson*
Uncontested
97 Rep. 97 (R)
Holmes*
Uncontested
98 Rep. 98 (R)
Kick 57%
Pullins 43%
>95%
99 Dem. 99 (D)
Kovacs
Uncontested
99 Rep. 99 (R)
Fowler Arthur*
Uncontested

* Incumbent

Analysis From Our Reporters

  • Jennifer Medina
    Jennifer Medina, reporting from Arizona Aug. 3, 2022

    Rusty Bowers, the Republican speaker of the Arizona House who offered emotional congressional testimony about the pressure he faced in the weeks after the 2020 election, appears to be headed for defeat in his State Senate primary.

  • Jazmine Ulloa
    Jazmine Ulloa, reporting from Michigan Aug. 3, 2022

    Representative Peter Meijer has conceded the election to his Trump-backed challenger, John Gibbs, in Michigan’s Third Congressional District. “This was a hard-fought primary campaign, and I want to thank everyone in West Michigan for their support.”

  • Mike Baker
    Mike Baker Aug. 3, 2022

    Senator Patty Murray, a Democrat from Washington State, is set to face Tiffany Smiley, a Republican, in November. Murray held 54 percent of the primary vote in early returns Tuesday night. Smiley emerged from a crowded field of challengers with 32 percent.

  • Katie Glueck
    Katie Glueck Aug. 2, 2022

    About a quarter of the votes have been tallied in Kansas as voters decide whether to remove abortion rights protections from their State Constitution. But there are still no results from populous Johnson County, which includes moderate Kansas City suburbs.

  • Neil Vigdor
    Neil Vigdor Aug. 2, 2022

    The addition of 600,000 eligible voters in Washington State since the 2018 midterms appears to be helping turnout, with 135,000 more ballots returned this time, an increase of about a half of a percentage point, according to the secretary of state.

  • Neil Vigdor
    Neil Vigdor Aug. 2, 2022

    A polling site was moved in the city of Linden, Mich., after a suspicious backpack was left there on Tuesday. A law enforcement investigation is still ongoing, state elections officials said.