As far as a PROGRAM in election law that will EDUCATE you, Ohio State is one of the best. However, as with any legal field, you are probably better off going to the best school you get into. So whereas a Berkeley might not have anything tailored to Election Law (they might, I'm just making an example) going there would give you more job opportunities in Election law than Ohio State, even though OSU's election law program is better. It's kind of like how a student with a Poli Sci degree from Princeton will get a better job than a Poli Sci student from UCSD, even though UCSD's 'program' is better. Make sense?