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By The Associated Press

Here is a list of uncontested races in Ohio.<

Governor

John Kasich (i), GOP

Attorney General

David Pepper, Dem

Attorney General

Mike DeWine (i), GOP

Auditor

John Carney, Dem

Auditor

Dave Yost (i), GOP

Secretary of State

Nina Turner, Dem

Secretary of State

Jon Husted (i), GOP

Treasurer

Connie Pillich, Dem

Treasurer

Josh Mandel (i), GOP

U.S. House - District 1

Steve Chabot (i), GOP

U.S. House - District 2

Brad Wenstrup (i), GOP

U.S. House - District 3

Joyce Beatty (i), Dem

U.S. House - District 4

Jim Jordan (i), GOP

U.S. House - District 5

Robert Fry, Dem

U.S. House - District 5

Bob Latta (i), GOP

U.S. House - District 6

Bill Johnson (i), GOP

U.S. House - District 7

Bob Gibbs (i), GOP

U.S. House - District 9

Marcy Kaptur (i), Dem

U.S. House - District 11

Marcia Fudge (i), Dem

U.S. House - District 11

Mark Zetzer, GOP

U.S. House - District 12

David Tibbs, Dem

U.S. House - District 12

Pat Tiberi (i), GOP

U.S. House - District 14

Michael Wager, Dem

U.S. House - District 15

Scott Wharton, Dem

U.S. House - District 16

Jim Renacci (i), GOP

State Senate - District 3

Star Johnson, Dem

State Senate - District 5

Bill Beagle (i), GOP

State Senate - District 7

Jimmy Allen, Dem

State Senate - District 9

Jackie Mikita, GOP

State Senate - District 11

Edna Brown (i), Dem

State Senate - District 11

Ernest McCarthy, GOP

State Senate - District 13

Marcus Madison, Dem

State Senate - District 13

Gayle Manning (i), GOP

State Senate - District 15

Charleta Tavares (i), Dem

State Senate - District 15

Joe Healy, GOP

State Senate - District 17

Bob Peterson (i), GOP

State Senate - District 19

Neil Patel, Dem

State Senate - District 19

Kris Jordan (i), GOP

State Senate - District 23

Michael Skindell (i), Dem

State Senate - District 27

George Rusiska, Dem

State Senate - District 29

Connie Rubin, Dem

State Senate - District 31

John Carlisle, Dem

State Senate - District 31

Jay Hottinger, GOP

State Senate - District 33

Joe Schiavoni (i), Dem

State House - District 1

Ron Amstutz (i), GOP

State House - District 2

Don Bryant, Dem

State House - District 2

Mark Romanchuk (i), GOP

State House - District 3

Tim Brown (i), GOP

State House - District 4

Bo Huenke, Dem

State House - District 5

Nick Barborak (i), Dem

State House - District 6

Anthony Fossaceca, Dem

State House - District 6

Marlene Anielski (i), GOP

State House - District 7

Matt Patten, Dem

State House - District 7

Mike Dovilla (i), GOP

State House - District 8

Mikhail Alterman, GOP

State House - District 13

Nickie Antonio (i), Dem

State House - District 13

Maria Anderson, GOP

State House - District 14

Anna Melendez, GOP

State House - District 15

Nicholas Celebrezze (i), Dem

State House - District 15

Patty Gascoyne-Telischak, GOP

State House - District 16

Todd LeVeck, Dem

State House - District 16

Nan Baker (i), GOP

State House - District 17

Mike Curtin (i), Dem

State House - District 17

Mike Newbern, GOP

State House - District 18

Michael Stinziano (i), Dem

State House - District 18

Robert Sharrah, GOP

State House - District 19

Michael Johnston, Dem

State House - District 20

Heather Bishoff (i), Dem

State House - District 20

Dan Mefford, GOP

State House - District 21

Dawn Valasco, Dem

State House - District 21

Mike Duffey (i), GOP

State House - District 22

Andrew Hall, GOP

State House - District 23

Rick Redfern, Dem

State House - District 23

Cheryl Grossman (i), GOP

State House - District 24

Kathy Hoff, Dem

State House - District 25

Kevin Boyce (i), Dem

State House - District 26

Dustin Pyles, GOP

State House - District 28

Micah Kamrass, Dem

State House - District 29

Louis Blessing (i), GOP

State House - District 30

Mark Childers, Dem

State House - District 30

Lou Terhar (i), GOP

State House - District 31

Denise Driehaus (i), Dem

State House - District 32

Christie Bryant, Dem

State House - District 32

Brian McIntosh, GOP

State House - District 33

Alicia Reece (i), Dem

State House - District 33

Mary Fitzpatric, GOP

State House - District 34

Cynthia Blake, GOP

State House - District 35

Linda Robinson, GOP

State House - District 36

Paula Prentice, Dem

State House - District 36

Anthony DeVitis (i), GOP

State House - District 37

David Worhatch, Dem

State House - District 37

Kristina Roegner (i), GOP

State House - District 38

Tim Crawford, Dem

State House - District 38

Marilyn Slaby (i), GOP

State House - District 39

Fred Strahorn (i), Dem

State House - District 39

Jeffrey Dalton, GOP

State House - District 40

David Richards, Dem

State House - District 40

Michael Henne (i), GOP

State House - District 41

Wayne Small, Dem

State House - District 41

James Butler (i), GOP

State House - District 42

Leonard Johnson, Dem

State House - District 42

Terry Blair (i), GOP

State House - District 43

Roland Winburn (i), Dem

State House - District 43

Jeff Rezabek, GOP

State House - District 44

Michael Ashford (i), Dem

State House - District 44

John Insco, GOP

State House - District 45

Teresa Fedor (i), Dem

State House - District 45

James Nowak, GOP

State House - District 46

Micheal Sheehy (i), Dem

State House - District 46

Andrew Blazsik, GOP

State House - District 48

Kirk Schuring (i), GOP

State House - District 49

Stephen Slesnick (i), Dem

State House - District 50

Deborah Cain, Dem

State House - District 50

Christina Hagan (i), GOP

State House - District 51

Michele DeCresce, Dem

State House - District 52

Cathina Hourani, Dem

State House - District 53

Suzi Rubin, Dem

State House - District 53

Timothy Derickson (i), GOP

State House - District 54

Rick Smith, Dem

State House - District 55

Brendan Mackin, Dem

State House - District 55

Nathan Manning, GOP

State House - District 56

Dan Ramos (i), Dem

State House - District 57

Matt Lark, Dem

State House - District 57

Terry Boose (i), GOP

State House - District 59

Ronald Gerberry (i), Dem

State House - District 59

Paul Mitchell, GOP

State House - District 60

John Rogers (i), Dem

State House - District 60

George Phillips, GOP

State House - District 61

Rick Walker, Dem

State House - District 61

Ron Young (i), GOP

State House - District 62

Charlene Schneider, Dem

State House - District 63

Devon Stanley, GOP

State House - District 64

Randy Law, GOP

State House - District 65

Charlie Carlier, Dem

State House - District 65

John Becker (i), GOP

State House - District 66

Ken McNeely, Dem

State House - District 66

Doug Green (i), GOP

State House - District 67

David Hogan, Dem

State House - District 67

Andrew Brenner (i), GOP

State House - District 68

Joyce Skocic, Dem

State House - District 69

Richard Javorek, Dem

State House - District 70

James Riley, Dem

State House - District 71

Ann Rader, Dem

State House - District 72

Janee Bowman, Dem

State House - District 72

Bill Hayes (i), GOP

State House - District 73

Dave Ogan, Dem

State House - District 73

Rick Perales (i), GOP

State House - District 74

Robert Hackett (i), GOP

State House - District 75

Kathleen Clyde (i), Dem

State House - District 76

Joseph Lanese, Dem

State House - District 76

Sarah LaTourette, GOP

State House - District 77

Hollie Saunders, Dem

State House - District 78

Laina Rogers, Dem

State House - District 78

Ron Hood (i), GOP

State House - District 79

Darrell Jackson, Dem

State House - District 80

Jonathan Michalski, Dem

State House - District 81

John Lymanstall, Dem

State House - District 83

Robert Sprague (i), GOP

State House - District 84

James Buchy (i), GOP

State House - District 86

John Babik, Dem

State House - District 87

Jeffrey Lehart, Dem

State House - District 87

Jeff McClain (i), GOP

State House - District 89

Chris Redfern (i), Dem

State House - District 89

Steven Kraus, GOP

State House - District 90

Thomas Davis, Dem

State House - District 90

Terry Johnson (i), GOP

State House - District 93

Josh Bailey, Dem

State House - District 93

Ryan Smith (i), GOP

State House - District 94

Debbie Phillips (i), Dem

State House - District 95

Charlie Daniels, Dem

State House - District 95

Andy Thompson (i), GOP

State House - District 96

Jack Cera (i), Dem

State House - District 96

Ron Ferguson, GOP

State House - District 97

Brian Hill (i), GOP

State House - District 98

Jeremiah Johnson, Dem

State House - District 98

Al Landis (i), GOP

State House - District 99

John Patterson (i), Dem

State House - District 99

Nancy McArthur, GOP

Supreme Court - Term Commencing Jan. 1

Tom Letson, Dem

Supreme Court - Term Commencing Jan. 1

Sharon Kennedy (i), GOP

Supreme Court - Term Commencing Jan. 2

John O'Donnell, Dem

Supreme Court - Term Commencing Jan. 2

Judi French (i), GOP

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