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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.

Governor: Mike DeWine defeated Richard Cordray

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.

U.S. Senate: Sherrod Brown defeated Jim Renacci

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

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