Who Won Ohio Elections in 2014?
Incumbent Republican Governor John Kasich won re-election to a second term by a landslide over Democrat Ed FitzGerald. Kasich received 64% of the vote.
Ohio appeared happy with their members of Congress. All sixteen incumbents won re-election, and fifteen of them received over 63% of the vote. Bob Gibbs ran unopposed in the 7th District.
|1st District||Steve Chabot||REP||Incumbent||63.2%|
|2nd District||Brad Wenstrup||REP||Incumbent||66.0%|
|3rd District||Joyce Beatty||DEM||Incumbent||64.1%|
|4th District||Jim Jordan||REP||Incumbent||67.7%|
|5th District||Bob Latta||REP||Incumbent||66.5%|
|6th District||Bill Johnson||REP||Incumbent||58.2%|
|7th District||Bob Gibbs||REP||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|8th District||John Boehner||REP||Incumbent||67.2%|
|9th District||Marcy Kaptur||DEM||Incumbent||67.7%|
|10th District||Mike Turner||REP||Incumbent||65.2%|
|11th District||Marcia Fudge||DEM||Incumbent||79.5%|
|12th District||Pat Tiberi||REP||Incumbent||68.1%|
|13th District||Tim Ryan||DEM||Incumbent||68.5%|
|14th District||David Joyce||REP||Incumbent||63.3%|
|15th District||Steve Stivers||REP||Incumbent||66.0%|
|16th District||Jim Renacci||REP||Incumbent||63.7%|