Ohio is the epicenter of the state’s Democratic Party, and its governor is a fierce critic of President Donald Trump.
Ohio will hold the first-in-the-nation presidential primary in 2020, and Hillary Clinton is expected to capture the state.
Here’s how Ohio’s electoral map will play out, as well as what’s next for Democrats in the Buckeye State.1.
Ohio’s two-term governor and Democratic challenger have the same party affiliationThe state has been in Republican hands since 1998, when it was represented by Republican Gov.
Jim Corbett, who died of cancer in 2017.
Corbett’s successor, Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine, won a second term in 2019.
Under DeWina, Ohio’s Democratic party has not had a strong presence in the legislature since the 1970s.
The party’s influence was diminished by Corbett and the Democratic legislature in the years following his death.
Now, Ohioans who voted for the Democrat in 2018 will have a chance to make an impact in 2020.
Ohioans will be able to vote for Democratic gubernatorial candidates and local candidates in 2018 and 2020, as will state legislators.
John Kasich is a former Ohio House Speaker and former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Under his watch, Ohio has led the nation in economic growth.
But Kasich’s popularity and the Republican-led state legislature have hurt the state economically, leading to a number of problems.
DeWines administration has slashed funding to Ohio’s public schools, the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction has shut down public-health clinics, and a lawsuit brought by the Ohio Attorney General’s office alleges the state has a “failing” education system.2.
Kasich and Ohio’s Republican lawmakers have a history of opposing each otherThe state’s Republican-controlled legislature has long had a history with Ohio’s progressive wing.
In 2012, Republican Govs.
John Husted and Eric Holcomb both resigned in the wake of the Columbus protests against police brutality.
They both blamed the unrest on the Democratic mayor of Cincinnati, who was not from the state and did not support the protests.
They later said they were resigning because they were “embarrassed” by the protests, which led to a surge in the number of people injured by police.
The governor’s office has since blamed the protest on the Republican mayor, claiming the governor had “misled the public on the events in Columbus.”
After his election in 2016, Kasich led a push to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which many Ohioans, including Ohioans of color, rely on to get health insurance.
The legislation failed in the state legislature, but Kasich is still expected to win re-election in 2020 despite a loss to Trump in the 2016 election.3.
Ohio’s Democrats have a long history of supporting Hillary ClintonThe state was home to the first Democratic presidential primary contest in 1884.
But Democrats have never had a chance at capturing the White House, which the state went to for the first time in 1924.
That year, the Democrats picked up the seat vacated by the late Sen. Henry Wallace, who had been the party’s nominee in 1912.
The Democratic ticket that year won the popular vote by more than 3 million, but the party lost the state House of Representatives and governor’s mansion to Republicans.
In the last three elections, Ohio Democratic candidates have won the governorship, U. S. Senate, and state house, but they have lost every single congressional seat they have held.
Ohio is home to a large number of unions, including the Ohio AFL-CIO, the largest of which is the Ohio State Teachers Association, which has been heavily targeted by the Trump administration for wage hikes and other concessions.4.
OHIO’s Democratic governor is the first Democrat to win statewide officeThe most recent Democrat to be elected to statewide office in Ohio is state Sen. Jim Ananich, a former assistant attorney general and Ohio Attorney Generals office director under former President Bill Clinton.
Ananichi is also a former U:S.
attorney for the Eastern District of Ohio.
He won reelection in 2018 with more than 70 percent of the vote, but he lost the gubernatorial race in 2020 to the Republican candidate.
Ananiich has said he’s considering running for a second time, but it remains to be seen whether he’ll seek another term.5.
Ohio has a relatively high cost of livingIn 2020, Ohio is expected by the National Association of Realtors to have a median home value of $207,700, according to data from Zillow.
That is slightly more than the national median of $208,300, according the National Real Estate Association.
The median home price in Ohio last year was $204,900, while the median price for a single family home was $232,000, according a report by the Zillows.
In a report last year, Zillower found that Ohio is “the only state in