Congressional race called for Jim Jordan

ajc.com

Credit: Angie Cope

Credit: Angie Cope

The Associated Press has called the race for Republican U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, saying he wins reelection to the U.S. House in Ohio’s 4th Congressional District.

Jordan, R-Urbana, who was first elected in 2006, has a national profile as the co-founder of the ultra-conservative Freedom Caucus. Prior to going to Congress, Jordan served 12 years as a state legislator and worked as a wrestling coach.

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He raised just over $16 million for the 4th District race against Freshour, which was not seen as competitive.

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