Andy Chow (Statehouse News Bureau)
For the first time since 1978, a sitting governor faced a primary challenge in Ohio, but Gov. Mike DeWine clenched the nomination after facing criticism about his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected legislative maps three times. With weeks to go until the primary, voters don't know who their candidates are and candidates don't know where their districts are.
Ohio's new congressional map favors Republicans 13 to 2. Voting rights advocates say it's a violation of redistricting rules voters put in place in 2018. One group has already filed a legal challenge.