There are many things we associate with the great state of Ohio: Rubber manufacturing, US Presidents (seven were born there), high quality college football, heavy industry, urban economic depression, professional sports team depression, clinical depression...
A whole lot of stuff, anyway. But Jews? Just doesn't seem the sort of state to be heavily Hebraic.
And yet, whaddaya know?
Oh sure, it doesn't crack the whole NY, NJ, FL, CA congregation. But Ohio is on of the top ten states in Jewish population (roughly 150k as of 2010). There are large Jewish communities in just about every major metropolis. Even Cincinnati, which is basically a cartographer's sneeze from being located in Kentucky, has a long and healthy history with the Hebrews.
Yes, if we were to give ol' Ohio it's just due, it would be a resounding:
But we don't rate the Jewishness of states (thank you ever so much, Kickstarter), so, yeah, Ohio's own Josh Radnor. Enjoy!