Ohio has a peculiar system for choosing state judges, including members of the State Supreme Court. They are nominated in partisan primaries. Then they run in the general election but no party labels are on the November ballot. The August 14 issue of the Toledo Blade has this editorial, saying if the state continues to nominate judicial candidates in partisan primaries, then party labels should be on the general election ballot.
However, the editorial also advocates that Ohio stop electing judges. As the editorial notes, the Democratic Party and others have a pending federal lawsuit, arguing that because Ohio prints partisan labels on the November ballot for other partisan office, the state cannot withhold partisan labels for judicial nominees in the general election.