Ohio Apportionment Board

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The Ohio Apportionment Board is an administrative body which draws the single-member legislative districts for the Ohio General Assembly every ten years following the census. Each of the 33 senate districts is composed of three contiguous of the 99 house of representatives district.

The board has five members:

This format ensures that no party can hold all five seats. At least one seat will belong to the minority party.

In 2011, the board's members are:

Democrats controlled the apportionment board in 1971 and 1981. Republicans controlled the apportionment board in 1991, 2001, 2011.