The results are in from the 2018 midterm elections.
Ohio has a new governor, a returning U.S. Senator, and a controversial issue that went down to defeat. We have a full listing of results statewide and locally here.
You can also check out our running live blog from Election Night here.
In the meantime, here's a recap of what you may have missed from races throughout Northeast Ohio and beyond.
Eight years after defeating Richard Cordray in the state Attorney General race, Mike DeWine has also won the rematch. The 71-year-old DeWine was elected as Ohio’s next governor after polls leading up to Tuesday’s midterms indicated a close race.
Voters re-elected Democrat Sen. Sherrod Brown for a third term to Ohio's U.S. Senate seat. Republican challenger Jim Renacci called Brown to concede the race less than an hour after polls closed.
U.S. House of Representatives: Incumbents Fudge, Kaptur, Jordan, Gibbs, Ryan, Joyce victorious; former Ohio State WR Anthony Gonzalez elected
There were few surprises in Northeast Ohio's races for the U.S. House. Incumbents Jim Jordan, Bob Gibbs, Marcia Fudge, Marcy Kaptur, Tim Ryan, and Dave Joyce were all easily reelected.
In the race to fill the House seat vacated by Renacci, former Ohio State and NFL wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez, a Republican, defeated Susan Moran Palmer.
Voters on Tuesday rejected Ohio's Issue 1, also known as the Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment, and Rehabilitation Amendment. Issue 1 would have changed the state's constitution to reduce drug penalties and send fewer people to prison.
Cuyahoga County Executive: Armond Budish defeats Peter Corrigan
The 65-year-old Budish was easily elected to his second term.
School Levy Rundown:
The following districts in Northeast Ohio were among those that had their school levies passed on Tuesday:
- Avon Lake
- Fairview Park
- North Royalton
- Warrensville Heights
The following districts saw their levies defeated:
- Nordonia Hills