The impact of midterm elections on the Ohio Supreme Court
While ballot counting continues in parts of the country, the midterms have wrapped up in Ohio and it was a pretty good night for Republicans.
The GOP expanded their supermajorities in the Ohio house and senate, swept the statewide contests and netted three seats on the Ohio Supreme Court.
The lone bright spot for Ohio Democrats was in the Congressional races where they flipped one seat growing their delegation to five.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher we are drilling into the midterm results here in Ohio and taking a look at what the new makeup of the state supreme court could mean going forward.
- Karen Kasler, bureau chief for the Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau
- Douglas Keith is counsel in the judiciary program at the Brennan Center for Justice
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