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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohio%27s_congressional_districts

Ohio is divided into 16 congressional districts, each represented by a member of the United States House of Representatives. After the 2010 Census, Ohio lost two House seats due to slow population growth compared to the national average, and a new map was signed into law on September 26, 2011.

www.govtrack.us/congress/members/OH

Find your U.S. Congress senators and representative in Ohio using a map.

www.govtrack.us/congress/members/OH/3

Find your U.S. Congress senators and representative in Ohio's 3rd Congressional District (OH03) using a map.

www.sos.state.oh.us/elections/ohio-candidates/district-maps

Maps for Ohio General Assembly, School Board and Congressional Districts.

congressional-district.insidegov.com/d/d/Ohio

Look up Ohio congressional districts by zip code and find your representative.

ballotpedia.org/Redistricting_in_Ohio

In Ohio, 15 of 16 elections for the United States House of Representatives were won by margins of victory of 20 percent or greater. The smallest margin of victory occurred in District 1, where Steve Chabot (R) won by 18.4 percent. The greatest margin of victory occurred in District 11, where Marcia ...

www.cleveland.com/datacentral/index.ssf/2017/03/gerrymeandering_sharply.html

Mar 7, 2017 ... Gerrymandering: cleveland.com analysis finds there has not been a time in the last 40 years when there was so little competition in Ohio congressional races, the result of district maps drawn by Republican state lawmakers.

www.cleveland.com/datacentral/index.ssf/2014/11/gerrymandering_helps_return_oh.html

Nov 13, 2014 ... After split control during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, the Republicans controlled all three branches of Ohio government charged with redrawing congressional district lines the last two times for races from 2002-10 and 2012-20. Since then, the Republicans have won more congressional seats. The vote ...

www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ohio-gerrymandering_us_563a5c76e4b0411d306f487e

Nov 4, 2015 ... Ohio is one of the most gerrymandered states in the US – both in state legislature and US Congressional districts. Take the example of the 2012 election. Democratic candidates for the Ohio House received over 55,000 more votes than the Republicans. Yet gerrymandered districts led the Republican Party ...