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For those of you who may have missed it, here are the 2010 general election match-ups as a result of yesterday's Ohio primary. If there are any mistakes, feel free to let me know.

Incumbent parties listed first; incumbents in bold.

OH-Sen - Voinovich (R) retiring

  • Rob Portman (R-Cincinnati) - former OH-02; Bu$h budget director; U.S. Trade Rep.
  • Lee Fisher (D-Shaker Heights)

OH-01

  • Steve Driehaus (D-Cincinnati)
  • Steve Chabot (R-Cincinnati) - former OH-01; lost to Driehaus in 2008
  • Jim Berns (L-Cincinnati)

OH-02

  • Jean Schmidt (R-Loveland)
  • Surya Yalamanchili (D-Cincinnati) - former Proctor & Gamble executive

OH-03

  • Michael Turner (R-Dayton)
  • Mark MacNealy (D-Vandalia) - physician

OH-04

  • Jim Jordan (R-Urbana)
  • Doug Litt (D-Mansfield) - AFL-CIO council
  • Donald Kissick (L-Lima)

OH-05

  • Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green)
  • Caleb Finkenbiner (D-Defiance) - VP, Defiance Citizens in Action
  • Brian Smith (L-Bowling Green)

OH-06

  • Charlie Wilson (D-Bridgeport)
  • Bill Johnson (R-Poland) - USAF (Ret.); defense contractor
  • Richard E. Cadle (C-North Jackson)
  • Martin J. Elsass (L-Columbiana)

OH-07

  • Steve Austria (R-Beavercreek)
  • Bill Conner (D-Beavercreek) - USAF (Ret.)
  • David Easton (C-Sidney)
  • John Anderson (L-Enon)

OH-08

  • John Boehner (R-West Chester)
  • Justin Coussoulle (D-Liberty Twp.) - West Point grad; employed by Proctor & Gamble
  • James J. Condit (C-Cincinnati)
  • David A. Harlow (L-Cincinnati)

OH-09

  • Marcy Kaptur (D-Toledo)
  • Rich Iott (R-Monclava) - former CEO of Food Town grocery stores
  • Jeremy Swartz (L-Oregon)

OH-10

  • Dennis Kucinich (D-Cleveland)
  • Peter Corrigan (R-Rocky River) - small businessman

OH-11

  • Marcia Fudge (D-Warrensville Heights)

OH-12

  • Pat Tiberi (R-Galena)
  • Paula Brooks (D-Upper Arlington) - Franklin County Commissioner
  • Travis Irvine (L-Columbus)

OH-13

  • Betty Sutton (D-Copley)
  • Tom Ganley (R-Brecksville) - owner of Ganley Ford

OH-14

  • Steve Latourette (R-Bainbridge Twp.)
  • Bill O'Neill (D-South Russell) - former appeals judge

OH-15

  • Mary Jo Kilroy (D-Columbus)
  • Steve Stivers (R-Columbus) - former OH-15; lost to Kilroy in 2008
  • David Ryon (C-Columbus)

OH-16

  • John Boccieri (D-Alliance)
  • Jim Renacci (R-Wadsworth) - former mayor of Wadsworth, Ohio

OH-17

  • Tim Ryan (D-Niles)
  • Jim Graham (R-Cortland) - pharmacy services manager

OH-18

  • Zack Space (D-Dover)
  • Bob Gibbs (R-Lakeville) or Fred Dailey (R-Mount Vernon)
    ***recount required due to 165 vote count difference

Governor

  • Ted Strickland (D-Lisbon)
  • John Kasich (R-Westerville)

Secretary of State - Brunner (D) not running

  • Maryellen O'Shaughnessy (D-Columbus)
  • Jon Husted (R-Kettering)

Attorney General

  • Richard Cordray (D-Grove City)
  • Mike DeWine (R-Cedarville) - former U.S. Senator

Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Ohio - unexpired term
  • Eric Brown (D-Franklin Co.) - appt. by Gov. Strickland upon the death of Chief Justice Moyer
  • Maureen O'Connor (R-Summit Co.) - current Assoc. Justice; former Lt. Gov.

Originally posted to mph2005 on Wed May 05, 2010 at 02:07 PM PDT.

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