Which states are hosting the Biggest Lottery Raffle Wins?
The lottery has become a huge part of Ohio’s culture in recent years.
The lottery’s popularity is directly tied to the state’s rich history and history of big-time lottery winners.
The state has a rich history of winning big, as Ohio won its first big prize in 1884 when it won the state of Ohio the first-ever state lottery.
The first major lottery win was won by James O. “Big Joe” Thompson in 1921, but it wasn’t until the 1970s that the state was awarded the first big-name lottery win by the Ohio Lottery Company.
The company’s first big win was when it took the state by storm in the 1960s with the sale of the state lottery to WPA.
In the next 20 years, the state racked up three major wins and then a fourth in 1983, when it became the first state to become the first in the country to hold the state prize.
That was the first major victory for a lottery company and the first of its kind in the United States.
The Ohio Lotteries Association’s 2017 Lottery Power Ranking, based on lottery ticket sales and the number of states it operates, ranks the nation’s four biggest lottery states based on total lottery revenue and state-level lottery winnings.
The top five states are Iowa, New Jersey, Texas, Delaware and New York.
In Ohio, the next four biggest winners were Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee.
The biggest lottery win in Ohio in 2017 was a $2.5 million payout from the Big Game of Ohio, a $1 million payout to the Ohio State University Lottery and a $5 million win from the University of Cincinnati.
The next three largest lottery wins in Ohio were the $1.3 million payout for the Ohio Zoo and the $3 million win for the Cincinnati Zoo.
The Big Game win was the largest lottery win since 2007, when the Cincinnati and Cincinnati Zoo were awarded $3.5 billion in state-wide lottery win.
The winning ticket is on display at the Ohio Sports Car Museum in Cincinnati.
Ohio’s top three lottery winners in 2017 were all state winners: Iowa $3,600, Indiana $2,000 and Kentucky $2 the $5,000 win by Tennessee.
Ohio is the sixth largest state in terms of lottery revenue, with $3 billion of that coming from state lottery revenues, according to Lottery Industry Association data.
The largest state lottery win of all time was by the Big Three in 1924, when Ohio won $1,600 from the winning ticket, $5 from a $3 ticket and $4 from the winner’s $5 ticket.
The other Big Three winners were: Iowa ($2,600), Illinois ($2.2 million) and Texas ($1.6 million).