General election is on Nov. 06, 2018.
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Early Voting Begins October 11, 2017 and includes the Saturday, Sunday, and Monday before the November 7th election and ends on Monday, November 6th. The hours on Monday are 8 am to 2 pm.
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President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018
Senator: There is 1 democratic candidate running for the senate in 2018.
Sherrod Brown Incumbent
US Congress: All 16 districts are up for re-election in Ohio for the US House of Representatives.
The democratic Candidates that are running from the 13 districts in Ohio are:
District 1:Aftab Pureval; District 2: Jill Schiller ; District 3: Joyce Beatty Incumbent; District 4:Janet Garrett; District 5: John Michael Galbraith; District 6: Shawna Roberts; District 7: Ken Harbaugh; District 8:Vanessa Enoch ; District 9:Marcy Kaptur Incumbent ; District 10: Theresa Gasper; District 11: Marcia Fudge Incumbent; District 12: Danny O’Connor; District: 13Tim Ryan Incumbent; District14: Betsy Rader; District15:Rick Neal; District16: Susan Moran Palmer
State Executive Level
Governor: Richard Cordray
Lt. Governor: Stephanie Dodd
Atty. General: Steven Dettelbach
State Congressional Level
17 seats of the 33 of the state Senate are up for re-election in 2018: The Democratic candidates are:
District 1:Adam Papin; District 3:Tina Maharath; District 5:Paul Bradley; District 7:Sara Bitter; District 9:Cecil Thomas (I); District 11:Teresa Fedor; District 13:Sharon Sweda; District 15:Hearcel Craig; District 17:Scott Dailey; District 19:Louise Valentine; District 21:Sandra Williams (I); District 23:Nickie Antonio; District 25:Kenny Yuko (I); District 27:Adam VanHo; District 29:Lauren Friedman; District 31:Melinda Miller; District 33:John Boccieri.
State House of Representatives:
All 99 of the state House seats are up for re-election in 2018. Please vote for the Democratic candidate, if there is one.
State Supreme Court:
The Supreme Court of Ohio is the state’s highest court. It is composed of seven justices: six justices and a chief justice. The democratic candidate running for the Supreme Court is
State Appellate Court:
All 23 appellate court judges will run for re-election in 2018. The Democratic candidates are:
1st district: Cunningham’s Seat Ginger Bock;
Deter’s Seat Candace Crouse;
Miller’s Seat Pierre Bergero;
Zayas-Davis’ Seat Marilyn Zayas (I);
2nd district: there are No democrats running;
3rd district: there are No democrats running;
4th district: Valarie Gerlach
6th district:Joel Kuhlman
7th district: David A. D’Apolito;
8th district: Boyle’s Seat Mary Boyle (Incumbent, unopposed);
Celebrezze’s Seat Frank Celebrezze (Incumbent, unopposed);
Gallagher’s Seat Eileen T. Gallagher (Incumbent, unopposed);
McCormack’s Seat Michelle Sheehan;
9th district:Diana Colavecchio;
10th district:Laurel Beatty Blunt (Unopposed);
11thdistrict: Mary Jane Trapp;
- Cuyahoga County, Ohio – County executive and county council
- Fairfield County, Ohio – County commissioner and county auditor
- Franklin County, Ohio – County commissioner, county auditor, and county engineer
- Hamilton County, Ohio – County commissioner and county auditor
- Lucas County, Ohio – County commissioner and county auditor
- Toledo, Ohio – City council