One of the nastiest and closely watched campaigns for U.S. Senate came to an end with Sherrod Brown emerging as the victor.
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So how close is the presidential race? All eyes have been on northeast Ohio as President Barack Obama and Gov . Mitt Romney crisscross the Buckeye state. Our experts will break it down for you. They will also be keeping a close eye on Ohio's senate and congressional races and the Cleveland Municipal School District levy.
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Rep. Marcia Fudge is seeking re-election in Ohio's 11th Congressional District.
Jim Renacci currently represents Ohio's 16th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. This year's election, however, pits Renacci against Rep. Betty Sutton, who currently represents Ohio's 13th Congressional District.
Betty Sutton currently serves in the U.S. House of Representatives representing Ohio's 13th district. But, last year the congressional districts were redrawn, leaving two incumbents battling for one seat in the 16th Congressional district.
Senator Sherrod Brown pulled off the upset win to get elected to the U.S. Senate six years ago, now he wants to avoid the upset, on his way to a second term.
Josh Mandel is used to people kidding him that he looks like a kid, but believes his "baby face" should be the new face in the U.S. Senate.
Taking Steven LaTourette's (R) place, Geauga County Prosecutor, David Joyce says he's ready to represent Ohio's 14th Congressional District.
He's not new to the game, but does have a new opponent. Dale Blanchard is making another try for the 14th congressional district seat.
Joyce Healy-Abrams is running for Congress in Ohio's 7th District.
Bob Gibbs is seeking re-election in Congress for Ohio's 7th District.