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Bill listing party ID for Ohio Supreme Court candidates clears Ohio Senate

Candidates for the Ohio Supreme Court would have their party affiliations listed on general election ballots, under a bill that cleared the Ohio Senate on Wednesday. (Plain Dealer file photo)

By Andrew J. Tobias

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Senate has approved a bill that would require November ballots to list party affiliations for state Supreme Court candidates, a move that could reverse Democrats’ recent string of victories for seats on the court.

Senate Bill 80 also would move state Supreme Court races higher up on the ballot to be with other statewide candidates, instead of near the bottom of the ballot where they currently appear.

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