November 8, 2018 General Election
Incumbet Senator Sherrod Brown, a Democrat who has held this seat since 2006, is facing a challenge from Republican Congressman Jim Renacci.
U.S. House, District 11
Incumbent Representative Marcia L. Fudge, a Democrat who has held this seat since 2008, is facing a challenge from Republican Beverly A. Goldstein, a Beachwood resident who ran against Fudge two years ago.
A third candidate, James Jerome Bell, has filed as a nonpartisan write-in choice.
Ohio Senate, District 21
Incumbent Sen. Sandra Williams (D), who won her first term in 2014, is being challenged by Republican Thomas Pekarek of Cleveland. Pekarek won his party’s nod by winning the nomination as a write-in candidate in May’s primary.
Ohio Senate District 21 encompasses part of Cleveland and all of Bratenahl, Cleveland Heights, Garfield Heights, Newburgh Heights, Shaker Heights, and University Heights.
Ohio House, District 9
Incumbent Janine Boyd, of Cleveland Heights, is running for her third term in the Ohio House. She is facing a Republican challenger, Joe Miller, who also lives in Cleveland Heights.
House District 9 covers Cleveland Heights, University Heights, Shaker Heights, and parts of Cleveland’s Wards 1, 2 and 4.
Cuyahoga County Executive
Democrat Armond D. Budish, a resident of Beachwood, is running for his second term as county executive. Republican Peter J. Corrigan, of Rocky River, is running against Budish, thanks to his victory as a write-in candidate in the May 8 Republican primary.
Cuyahoga County Council, District 10
Cleveland Heights Councilwoman Cheryl Stephens is running unopposed for this seat after beating Michael Houser, a Cleveland resident, in the May Democratic Party primary. Houser had been appointed to the seat early this year after former County Councilman Anthony Hairston won a seat on Cleveland City Council. District 10 covers the city of Cleveland’s Ward 8 and Ward 10 (except Precincts A, B, I, K, and M); the cities of East Cleveland, Cleveland Heights, and University Heights; and the village of Bratenahl.
Ohio State Issue 1
If adopted, the amendment would: