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Ohio Election Ballot 2016: Candidates for Each Office

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Ohio voters go to the polls for the Ohio primary March 15, 2016, at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Getty)

Ohio voters go to the polls on Tuesday to cast their ballots in races for the state’s U.S. Senate seats, its U.S. House seats, and its state House and Senate seats.

You can find a sample ballot for your town by providing your address at this Ballotpedia page.

Five parties have lines on the ballot in Illinois: the Democratic Party; the Republican Party, the Libertarian Party, the Green Party, and the Independent Party. There’s also a ballot line for write-in candidates.

Here’s a list of your candidate options for each race:

President and Vice President

U.S. Senate

  • Incumbent Rob Portman of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Ted Strickland of the Democratic Party
  • Challenger Joseph DeMare of the Green Party
  • Challenger Thomas William Connors of the Independent Party
  • Challenger Scott Rupert of the Independent Party

U.S. House

Click here to view a map of the state’s 16 congressional districts and included towns.

First District

  • Incumbent Steve Chabot of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Michele Young of the Democratic Party

Second District

  • Incumbent Brad Wenstrup of the Republican Party
  • Challenger William Smith of the Democratic Party
  • Challenger Janet Everhard of the Democratic Party (write-in)

Third District

  • Incumbent Joyce Beatty of the Democratic Party
  • Challenger John Adams of the Republican Party

Fourth District

  • Incumbent Jim Jordan of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Janet Garrett of the Democratic Party

Fifth District

  • Incumbent Bob Latta of the Republican Party
  • Challenger James Neu Jr of the Democratic Party

Sixth District

  • Incumbent Bill Johnson of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Michael Lorentz of the Democratic Party

Seventh District

  • Incumbent Bob Gibbs of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Roy Rich of the Democratic Party
  • Challenger Dan Phillip of the Independent Party

Eighth District

  • Steve Fought of the Democratic Party
  • Warren Davidson of the Republican Party

Ninth District

  • Incumbent Marcy Kaptur of the Democratic Party
  • Challenger Donald Philip Larson of the Republican Party

Tenth District

  • Incumbent Michael Turner of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Robert Klepinger of the Democratic Party
  • Challenger Thomas McMasters of the Independent Party

Eleventh District

  • Incumbent Marcia Fudge of the Democratic Party
  • Challenger Beverly Goldstein of the Republican Party

Twelfth District

  • Incumbent Patrick Tiberi of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Ed Albertson of the Democratic Party
  • Challenger Joe Manchik of the Green Party

Thirteenth District

  • Incumbent Tim Ryan of the Democratic Party
  • Challenger Richard Morckel of the Republican Party

Fourteenth District

  • Incumbent David Joyce of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Michael Wager of the Democratic Party

Fifteenth District

  • Incumbent Steve Stivers of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Scott Wharton of the Democratic Party

Sixteenth District

  • Incumbent Jim Renacci of the Republican Party
  • Challenger Keith Mundy of the Democratic Party

State Legislative Races

In the state Senate elections will be held this fall for 16 seats. In the state House of Representatives all 99 seats are up for election. The next gubernatorial election will take place in 2018.

Ballotpedia has a full list of elections in the House and the Senate. The site also has a comprehensive breakdown of races to watch in both houses.

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