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2005 Ohio Special Election Primary Results
Last Updated on June 15, 2005
2005 Ohio Congressional and Statewide Races 
Special Election Filing Deadline: 5/10/05, Special Election Primary: 6/14/05, Special Election: 8/2/05,
Last Updated: June 14, 2005
Notes, List of State Parties,
2nd Congressional District, 71.7% in '04, 6th term, Rob J. Portman (R) nominated for U.S. Trade Representative, Polls,
attorney Paul L. Hackett, III (D) 57.03%, physician Victoria Wells Wulsin (D) 27.27%, ex-Waynesville Mayor / '98, '00, '02 & '04 nominee Charles W. Sanders (D) 8.82%, James John Parker (D) 4.85%, engineer Jeff Sinnard (D) 2.03%, attorney Arthur Stanley Katz (D/WI) 0.1%, ex-St. Rep. / Miami township trustee Jean Schmidt (R) 31.35%, ex-U.S. Rep. Bob McEwen (R) 25.48%, St. Rep. Tom Brinkman Jr. (R) 20.29%, Co. Comm'r. Pat DeWine (R) 12.02%, Township Trustee Eric Minamyer (R) 4.65%, high school teacher Peter A. Fossett (R) 2.26%, junior high school teacher Tom Bemmes (R) 1.53%, Postal worker Jeff Morgan (R) 0.88%, financial analyst David R. Smith (R) 0.82%, ex-school teacher Steve Austin (R) 0.49%, Douglas E. Mink (R) 0.22%,

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