WFIN reports Mary Harshfield of Findlay, received enough write-in votes in the primary to become the Democratic candidate for the 83rd District Ohio House seat.
Harshfield had to receive at least 50 write-in votes in the primary for her name to appear on the fall ballot.
The Hancock County Board of Elections stated Harshfield received 211 write-in votes in Hancock County and 64 votes in Hardin County. The vote totals will remain unofficial until later this month.
Write-in vote totals in Logan county could not be verified on Wednesday.
Harshfield, 72, is a retired French and English high school teacher who ran unsuccessfully for Findlay City Council in 2015 and 2017, and for the 83rd District seat in the Ohio House in 2016.
Harshfield will face Republican Jon Cross in the general election.