Primary Will be Quiet for 37th Ohio House District Candidates
Incumbent GOP Rep. Kristina Roegner will take on Democratic challenger Tom Schmida in November.
There will be little movement on in the March 6 Primary, as the Republican and Democratic candidate for the 37th Ohio House District will wait to square off in the general election.
Any Independent candidates have until March 5 -- the day before the primary -- to file to run for the post.
Roegner, of Hudson, is seeking her second term in the state house.
Before that, she served on Hudson City Council from 205-2010.
Schmida, of Twinsburg, will retire this school year as president of the Cleveland Heights Teachers Union, after serving for 20 years. He has been an educator for nearly 40 years.
State representatives serve two-year terms.