Who Won Ohio Elections in 2010?
Incumbent Democratic governor Ted Strickland ran for re-election to a second term, but was defeated in a very close race by former United States Congressman John Kasich.
Incumbent two-term Republican U.S. Senator George Voinovich retired leaving an open seat which was won by Republican Rob Portman over Lee Fisher.
In Congressional races five different Democratic incumbents were defeated, making 13 of Ohio's 18 representatives now Republicans.
|1st District||Steve Chabot||REP||51.5%|
|2nd District||Jean Schmidt||REP||Incumbent||58.5%|
|3rd District||Mike Turner||REP||Incumbent||68.1%|
|4th District||Jim Jordan||REP||Incumbent||71.7%|
|5th District||Bob Latta||REP||Incumbent||67.8%|
|6th District||Bill Johnson||REP||50.2%|
|7th District||Steve Austria||REP||Incumbent||62.2%|
|8th District||John Boehner||REP||Incumbent||65.6%|
|9th District||Marcy Kaptur||DEM||Incumbent||59.4%|
|10th District||Dennis Kucinich||DEM||Incumbent||53.1%|
|11th District||Marcia Fudge||DEM||Incumbent||82.9%|
|12th District||Pat Tiberi||REP||Incumbent||55.8%|
|13th District||Betty Sutton||DEM||Incumbent||55.7%|
|14th District||Steve LaTourette||REP||Incumbent||64.9%|
|15th District||Steve Stivers||REP||54.2%|
|16th District||Jim Renacci||REP||52.1%|
|17th District||Tim Ryan||DEM||Incumbent||53.9%|
|18th District||Bob Gibbs||REP||53.9%|