Who's running for statewide office in Ohio

The Associated Press Published:

Here's a look at how Ohio's statewide ballot is shaping up for 2014, based on expected filings by Wednesday's primary deadline. Capital letters denote incumbent candidates:

GOVERNOR

-- JOHN KASICH & MARY TAYLOR (R)

-- Ed FitzGerald & Sharen Neuhardt (D)

-- Larry Ealy & Ken Gray (D)

-- Charlie Earl & Sherry Clark (L)

ATTORNEY GENERAL

-- MIKE DEWINE (R)

-- David Pepper (D)

SECRETARY OF STATE

-- JON HUSTED (R)

-- Nina Turner (D)

AUDITOR

-- DAVE YOST (R)

-- John Patrick Carney (D)

TREASURER

-- JOSH MANDEL (R)

-- Connie Pillich (D)

OHIO SUPREME COURT

-- JUDITH FRENCH

-- John O'Donnell

-- SHARON KENNEDY

-- Tom Letson

BALLOT ISSUE REFERRED BY LEGISLATURE

Ohio voters will get to decide whether to renew a public works program that funds improvements to roadways, bridges and other local infrastructure needs. The measure boosts the amount of money Ohio can borrow through the sale of bonds to $175 million annually for the first five years and then $200 million each year for the remaining five years.

SOURCE: Ohio Secretary of the State