U.S. House of Representatives: November 7, 2000

Official Tabulation

District 1
    Steve Chabot (R)John Cranley (D)David Groshoff (L)Richard Stevenson (N)    
Hamilton 116,768 98,328 3,399 1,933    
             
Percent 53.0% 44.6% 1.5% 0.9%    
             
District 2
    Robert Bidwell (L)Rob Portman (R)Charles Sanders (D)      
Adams 250 6,977 2,618      
Brown 426 11,178 4,177      
Clermont 2,259 50,524 15,644      
Hamilton 5,154 109,387 33,740      
Warren 1,177 26,118 7,912      
TOTAL 9,266 204,184 64,091      
Percent 3.3% 73.6% 23.1%      
             
             
District 3
    Regina Burch (N)Tony Hall (D)        
Montgomery 36,516 177,731        
             
Percent 17.0% 83.0%        
             
District 4
    Daniel Dickman (D)Ralph Mullinger (L)Michael Oxley (R)      
Allen 11,409 1,295 30,155      
Auglaize 3,067 418 10,413      
Crawford 5,118 519 13,156      
Hancock 6,613 1,475 21,479      
Hardin 3,094 687 7,468      
Knox 2,099 355 7,652      
Logan 2,155 347 6,321      
Marion 8,154 935 14,653      
Morrow 3,559 536 8,103      
Richland 19,794 1,281 30,199      
Wyandot 2,268 430 6,911      
TOTAL 67,330 8,278 156,510      
Percent 29.0% 3.6% 67.4%      
             
District 5
    Dannie Edmon (D)Paul Gillmor (R)John Green (L)David Schaffer (N)    
Defiance 4,054 10,935 339 359    
Erie 12,166 20,265 532 668    
Henry 2,341 9,927 370 218    
Huron 5,156 13,862 464 740    
Lorain 4,913 9,498 511 699    
Mercer 541 1,559 52 63    
Ottawa 3,530 8,460 195 165    
Paulding 2,380 5,803 227 207    
Putnam 2,620 13,368 313 348    
Sandusky 6,439 17,508 556 616    
Seneca 4,991 17,682 543 603    
Van Wert 2,818 9,396 269 232    
Williams 3,077 11,373 318 404    
Wood 7,112 20,221 775 559    
TOTAL 62,138 169,857 5,464 5,881    
Percent 25.5% 69.8% 2.2% 2.4%    
             
District 6
    Mike Azinger (R)Kenneth Maccutcheon (L)Ted Strickland (D)      
Athens 6,518 784 17,060      
Clinton 7,426 296 6,950      
Gallia 5,388 226 6,959      
Highland 7,008 324 7,829      
Hocking 3,870 287 6,314      
Jackson 5,059 180 7,099      
Lawrence 8,224 424 15,248      
Meigs 4,238 177 5,221      
Pike 3,501 147 6,953      
Ross 5,291 226 9,806      
Scioto 7,510 344 22,077      
Vinton 1,754 92 2,976      
Warren 19,756 823 9,936      
Washington 11,423 429 14,421      
TOTAL 96,966 4,759 138,849      
Percent 40.3% 2.0% 57.7%      
             
District 7
    Dave Hobson (R)Donald Minor (D)John Mitchel (I)Jack Null (L)    
Champaign 10,265 3,460 1,133 244    
Clark 36,942 15,660 2,481 789    
Fairfield 34,318 12,839 2,683 848    
Fayette 6,500 1,811 436 127    
Greene 42,679 14,460 4,206 996    
Logan 6,630 1,737 581 124    
Pickaway 9,272 4,357 816 215    
Ross 5,746 3,097 475 117    
Union 11,294 3,334 1,172 342    
TOTAL 163,646 60,755 13,983 3,802    
Percent 67.6% 25.1% 5.8% 1.6%    
             
District 8
    John Boehner (R)John Parks (D)David Shock (L)      
Auglaize 4,335 1,002 117      
Butler 90,309 36,509 3,640      
Darke 16,786 5,287 460      
Mercer 11,970 3,369 359      
Miami 29,904 10,309 1,351      
Montgomery 899 401 57      
Preble 11,949 4,841 669      
Shelby 13,604 4,575 601      
TOTAL 179,756 66,293 7,254      
Percent 71.0% 26.2% 2.9%      
             
District 9
    Dwight Bryan (R)Galen Fries (L)Marcy Kaptur (D)Dennis Slotnick (N)    
Fulton 6,338 215 11,908 126    
Lucas 36,256 3,576 136,488 2,601    
Ottawa 1,720 83 5,234 150    
Wood 5,132 365 14,917 219    
TOTAL 49,446 4,239 168,547 3,096    
Percent 21.9% 1.9% 74.8% 1.4%    
             
District 10
    Dennis Kucinich (D)Ron Petrie (L)Bill Smith (R)      
Cuyahoga 167,093 6,761 48,940      
             
Percent 75.0% 3.0% 22.0%      
             
District 11
    Sonja Glavina (N)Stephanie Jones (D)James Sykora (R)Joel Turner (L)    
Cuyahoga 3,555 166,691 22,324 4,289    
             
Percent 1.8% 84.8% 11.2% 2.2%    
             
District 12
    Nick Hogan (L)Charles Jordan Maryellen O'Shaughnessy (D)Gregory Richey (N)Pat Tiberi (R)  
Delaware 890 261 15,954 507 36539  
Franklin 3,061 1,086 87,255 1,648 79289  
Licking 595 219 12,223 445 23414  
TOTAL 4,546 1,566 115,432 2,600 139,242  
Percent 1.7% 0.6% 43.8% 1.0% 52.9%  
             
District 13
    Sherrod Brown (D)Michael Chmura (L)Rick Jeric (R)David Kluter (N)    
Cuyahoga 4,902 246 3,209 120    
Geauga 21,193 892 17,939 351    
Lorain 68,039 1,670 21,554 955    
Medina 38,798 1,621 22,437 735    
Portage 15,726 711 8,962 497    
Summit 13,697 445 7,208 231    
Trumbull 7,704 252 2,986 219    
TOTAL 170,058 5,837 84,295 3,108    
Percent 64.6% 2.2% 32.0% 1.2%    
             
District 14
    Walter Keith (N)William Mcdaniel, Jr. (L)Thomas Sawyer (D)Rick Wood (R)    
Portage 680 1,089 22,129 9,314    
Stark 27 53 1,002 562    
Summit 3,162 4,461 126,053 61,556    
TOTAL 3,869 5,603 149,184 71,432    
Percent 1.7% 2.4% 64.8% 31.0%    
             
District 15
    Bill Buckel (D)Deborah Pryce (R)Scott Smith (L)      
Franklin 61,453 145,166 9,923      
Madison 2,943 10,354 691      
Pickaway 409 1,272 86      
TOTAL 64,805 156,792 10,700      
Percent 27.9% 67.5% 4.6%      
             
District 16
    Brad Graef (N)Ralph Regula (R)Richard Shetler (L)William Smith (D)    
Ashland 257 14,497 696 4,716    
Holmes 116 7,235 263 1,335    
Knox 201 5,663 277 3,190    
Stark 2,126 104,042 3,959 44,704    
Wayne 531 30,857 971 8,764    
TOTAL 3,231 162,294 6,166 62,709    
Percent 1.4% 69.2% 2.6% 26.8%    
             
District 17
    Paul Alberty (R)Lou D`Apolito Carol Mccoy (N)Milton Norris (L)James Traficant (D)Randy Walter 
Columbiana 10,822 869 856 292 22,260 8,234
Mahoning 25,790 6,020 1,229 499 55,881 24,024
Trumbull 18,139 2,679 1,069 487 42,192 19,535
TOTAL 54,751 9,568 3,154 1,278 120,333 51,793
Percent 22.7% 4.0% 1.3% 0.5% 50.0% 21.5%
             
District 18
    John Bargar, Sr. (L)Marc Guthrie (D)Bob Ney (R)      
Belmont 393 10,653 19,047      
Carroll 307 3,488 8,126      
Columbiana 27 264 283      
Coshocton 249 3,970 9,783      
Guernsey 245 4,609 10,370      
Harrison 141 2,384 4,573      
Jefferson 617 10,895 22,589      
Licking 713 11,052 12,769      
Monroe 89 2,483 4,471      
Morgan 150 1,521 4,130      
Muskingum 715 10,049 21,194      
Noble 112 1,451 4,297      
Perry 359 5,096 6,909      
Tuscarawas 831 11,317 23,784      
TOTAL 4,948 79,232 152,325      
Percent 2.1% 33.5% 64.4%      
             
District 19
    Dale Blanchard (D)Steven Latourette (R)Sid Stone (L)      
Ashtabula 11,460 24,983 1,377      
Cuyahoga 38,503 77,210 3,492      
Lake 20,466 72,069 2,088      
TOTAL 70,429 174,262 6,957      
Percent 28.0% 69.2% 2.8%