Who Won Ohio Elections in 2006?

Sherrod Brown
Nov 7, 2006

Democrat Ted Strickland easily won the open Governor's seat in Ohio in 2006, defeating J Kenneth Blackwell. Incumbent Republican Senator Mike DeWine was defeated by Democratic challenger Sherrod Brown (pictured).

There were two extremely close Congressional races in Ohio in 2006. In the 2nd District Incumbent Jean Schmidt narrowly defeated Democrat Victoria Wulsin. In the 15th District Incumbent Republican Deborah Pryce edged Mary Jo Kilroy by less than 1000 votes.

Governor Ted Strickland DEM 60.5%
Senate Sherrod Brown DEM 56.2%
House Of Representatives
1st District Steve Chabot REP Incumbent 52.2%
2nd District Jean Schmidt REP Incumbent 50.5%
3rd District Mike Turner REP Incumbent 58.5%
4th District Jim Jordan REP 60.0%
5th District Paul Gillmor REP Incumbent 56.8%
6th District Charles A Wilson DEM 62.1%
7th District Dave Hobson REP Incumbent 60.6%
8th District John Boehner REP Incumbent 63.8%
9th District Marcy Kaptur DEM Incumbent 73.6%
10th District Dennis Kucinich DEM Incumbent 66.4%
11th District Stephanie Tubbs Jones DEM Incumbent 83.4%
12th District Pat Tiberi REP Incumbent 57.3%
13th District Betty Sutton DEM 61.2%
14th District Steve LaTourette REP Incumbent 57.6%