A good day for establishment candidates?

Board of Elections - WTAM

(Berea) - Baldwin-Wallace University political science professor Dr. Tom Sutton is predicting a low to moderate voter turnout today, with about 20-to-25 percent of registered voters. 

Dr. Sutton expects Jim Renacci to win the Republican nomination for Senate. 

BW's Community Research Institute poll shows Renacci with 25% of the vote, Mike Gibbons with 11%, and the remaining candidates in the single digits. 

Sutton feels Mike DeWine will get the GOP nod for governor, with his polling showing DeWine with a 52%-to-25% edge over Mary Taylor. 

Sutton believes Richard Cordray will win the Democratic primary for governor. Cordray has a 16% lead over Dennis Kucinich, but a heavy Democratic voter tournout could cause a long-shot upset. 

Dr. Sutton feels State Issue One, the anti-gerrymandering measure, will pass by a wide margin.

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