Ohio’s Unofficial Primary Election Results Available

Ohio’s delayed primary election was completed Tuesday night, April 28. You can see the unofficial results here, including results for Ohio’s House and Senate districts. (Keep in mind the official canvas will be completed three weeks after the conclusion of the election.)

Special congratulations to OMA PAC-endorsed candidates Rep. Mark Romanchuk, who is running for Ohio Senate, and Larry Holmes — the longtime chair of the OMA’s Safety & Workers’ Compensation Committee — who is running for Darke County commissioner.

With the COVID-19 stay-at-home order in place and non-competitive presidential contests, this year’s primary election saw low voter turnout, with 1.7 million Ohioans casting their ballots — about 22% of the state’s 7.7 million registered voters. That’s roughly half the number of voters who participated in the 2016 primary election.

All eyes are now on the Nov. 3 general election. 4/29/2020