Updated Tue, Nov 6, 2012 9:24 pm
UPDATE 9:21 P.M. With more than 2,000 of Ohio's 9,231 precincts reporting numbers to the Ohio Secretary of State's office, numbers show Terrence O'Donnell continues to broaden his lead over challenger Michael Skindell.
O'Donnell currently has 68 percent of the vote, Skindell 32 percent.
William O'Neil's lead over Robert Cupp has narrowed to 9 percent, from 16 percent earlier, with O'Neil holding 54 percent of early numbers going to O'Neil and Cupp taking 45 percent.
Ohio University alumna Yvette McGee Brown trails challenger Sharon Kennedy by 12 percentage points.
Brown is holding 44 percent of tallies and Kennedy controls 56 percent of the reported votes.
Early results from the Ohio Secretary of State's office website indicate Terrence O'Donnell is taking the largest early lead in one of the three Ohio judicial races going on tonight.
With 28 of 9,231 precincts reporting, O'Donnell has 66 percent of the vote while challenger Michael Skindell has 34 percent.
William O'Neil is besting challenger Robert Cupp by 16 percent, with 58 percent of early numbers going to O'Neil and Cupp taking 42 percent.
Ohio University alumna Yvette McGee Brown is neck and neck with challenger Sharon Kennedy, with each holding on to 50 percent of initial tallies.