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GOP Incumbent Rep. Troy Balderson Projected To Beat Challenger Alaina Shearer

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GOP Rep. Troy Balderson is projected to win against Democratic challenger Alaina Shearer in Ohio's 12th Congressional District. Business Insider reports the district is located in central Ohio outside of Columbus. It is home to all of Delaware, Morrow, and Licking counties, as well as parts of Franklin, Marion, Richland, and Muskingum counties. Balderson is finishing his first full term in office after being elected in a 2018 special election. The race between Balderson and Shearer is considered "safe Republican"by Business Insider.

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