United States Senate election in Ohio, 1992
Election results by county
40-50% 50–60% 60–70%
DeWine: 40–50% 50–60% 60–70%
|Elections in Ohio|
The 1992 United States Senate election in Ohio was held on November 3, 1992. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator John Glenn won re-election to a fourth term, coinciding with Bill Clinton's narrow win during the presidential election. Glenn's voting percentage of 51% represented the worst performance of his four runs for the Senate, likely due to the presence of third-party candidate Martha Grevatt of the far-left Workers World Party. As of 2018, this is the last time the Democrats have won the Class 3 Senate Seat from Ohio.
- John Glenn, incumbent U.S. Senator
- Martha Grevatt, national secretary of Pride at Work.
DeWine's campaign focused on the need for change and to introduce term limits for senators. This would be Glenn's fourth term as senator. DeWine was also critical of Glenn's past campaign debts. His campaign used a bunny dressed as an astronaut beating a drum, with an announcer saying, "He just keeps owing and owing and owing", a play on the Energizer Bunny.
Glenn's campaign noted DeWine's pro-life leanings, and that he flip-flopped on his opposition of term limits. Glenn also said that DeWine was a career politician and was just looking for another job in politics.
|Democratic||John Glenn (Incumbent)||2,444,419||50.99%|
|Workers World||Martha Grevatt||321,234||6.70%|
- "DeWine gets easy win to face Glenn". The Tribune. Coshocton, Ohio. Associated Press. June 3, 1992. p. 3 – via Newspapers.com.
- "DeWine won't get chance to make Washington change". Marysville Journal-Tribune. Marysville, Ohio. Associated Press. November 4, 1992. p. 7.