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General Election Results Nov. 6

 

PAULDING COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 6, 2012

Registered Voters – Total 13115

Ballots Cast – Total 9038

Voter Turnout 68.9%

Provisional Ballots cast (not yet counted)  265

Precincts Reporting 17 of 17

 

CANDIDATES U.S. and OHIO

 

PRESIDENT & VICE PRESIDENT

Stewart Alexander/Alex Mendoza 7

Richard Duncan/Ricky Johnson 46

Virgil Goode/Jim Clymer 32

Gary Johnson/James P. Gray 97

Barack Obama/Joe Biden 3435

Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan 5248

Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala 47

Susan E. Daniels/Jerry A. Veneskey 0

Nelson Keyton/Jay Jennelle 0

Jill Reed/Tom Cary 0

Platt Robertson/Scott Fall 0

Randall A. Terry/Cathy Lewis 0

Mike Vargo/Jeff Angeletti 0

 

U.S. SENATOR

Sherrod Brown 3186

Joseh Mandel 5042

Scott A. Rupert 516

 

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE - 5th DISTRICT

Eric Eberly 369

Bob Latta 5086

Angela Zimmann 3323

 

STATE SENATOR - 1st DIST.

Unexpired term ending 12/31/2014

Cliff Hite 5499

 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - 82nd DIST.

Tony Burkley 5404

Pete E. Schlegel 3112

(Note: Total for entire 82nd District: Burkley 27,400, Schlegel 18,852)

 

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT

Commencing 01/01/2013

Terrence O'Donnell 4581

Mike Skindell 1927

 

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT

Commencing 01/02/2013

Robert R. Cupp 3598

William M. O'Neill 2914

 

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT

Unexpired term ending 12/31/2014

Yvette McGee Brown 1487

Sharon L. Kennedy 4956

 

JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS (3rd District)

John R. Willamowski 5131

 

MEMBER OF STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1st DIST.

Stanley Jackson 2038

Ann E. Jacobs 4092

 

CANDIDATES - PAULDING COUNTY

 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Commencing 01/02/2013

Robert Boyd 2515

Roy Klopfenstein 4424*

Michael A. Winans 1614

 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Commencing 01/03/2009

Tony Zartman 6123

 

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY

Joseph R. Burkard 4589*

Harvey D. Hyman  3842

 

CLERK OF COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

Ann E. Pease 6231*

 

SHERIFF

Jason K. Landers  6653*

 

COUNTY RECORDER

Carol E. Temple 6177*

 

COUNTY TREASURER

Lou Ann Wannemacher 6926*

 

COUNTY ENGINEER

Travis R. McGarvey 6617*

 

CORONER

Joseph M. Kuhn 7012*

 

JUDGE OF THE COUNTY COURT

David A. Hyman 3521

Suzanne S. Rister 4854*

 

BALLOT ISSUES AND LEVIES

 

ANTWERP VILLAGE - renewal - 1 mill - 5 years, fire & EMA

For the tax levy 474*

Against the tax levy 216

HAVILAND VILLAGE - renewal - 3.5 mills - 5 years, fire

For the tax levy 51*

Against the tax levy 22

MELROSE VILLAGE - renewal - 2 mills - 5 years, current expenses

For the tax levy 31

Against the tax levy 36*

PAYNE VILLAGE - replacement - 1 mill - 5 years, fire

For the tax levy 335*

Against the tax levy 160

PAYNE VILLAGE - additional - 1 mill - 5 years, police department

For the tax levy 273*

Against the tax levy 216

BENTON TOWNSHIP - replacement - 1.5 mills - 5 years, fire & EMS

For the tax levy 272*

Against the tax levy 85

BENTON TOWNSHIP - zoning amendment for unincorporated area of Benton Township

Yes 197*

No 145

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP - renewal - 1 mill - 5 years, fire

For the tax levy 215*

Against the tax levy 119

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP - renewal - 3 mills - 5 years, roads

For the tax levy 204*

Against the tax levy 128

VANTAGE CAREER CENTER - renewal - 0.8 mill - 5 years, current operating expenses

For the tax levy 5020

Against the tax levy 3681

PAULDING COUNTY - renewal - 1.4 mills - 5 years, developmental disabilities programs

For the tax levy 5486*

Against the tax levy 3235

STATE ISSUES

Issue 1: Shall there be a convention to revise, alter, or amend the Ohio Constitution?

Yes 1799

No 6308

Issue 2: To create a state-funded commission to draw legislative and congressional districts

Yes 1997

No 6024

NOTE: The official count will conclude on Nov. 20. At that time, details will be available on write-in vote totals.

 

 

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