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     Final unofficial results of the May 6, 2014 Election                                                           UPDATED: May 7, 2014 
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         • Lucas County races  Toledo City Council   • Area candidate races     • Local and area issues  
 • School issues    Ohio House races   U.S. Congressional 9th    • State central committee 
 
THE CANDIDATES
OHIO GOVERNOR
Democratic primary)
Votes
Edward FitzGerald 362,031
Larry Ealy 73,140
100% precincts reporting  
OHIO GENERAL ASSEMBLY
1st Ohio Senate District
 (Republican primary)
Votes
Cliff Hite 17,824
Milo Schaffner 5,208
Corey Shankleton 6,353
100% precincts reporting  
4th Ohio House District
(Republican primary)
Votes
Bob Cupp 5,653
Kurt Neeper 3,930
100% precincts reporting  
47th Ohio House District
(Republican primary)
Votes
  Barbara Sears 4,163
Scott Allegrini 2,828
100% precincts reporting  
81st Ohio House District
(Republican primary
)
Votes
Robert McColley 6,083
Jason Rockey 3,765
100% precincts reporting  
88th Ohio House District
(Republican primary)
Votes
Rhonda Damschroder 1,657
  Bill Reineke 2,247
Richard Geyer 717
100% precincts reporting  
U.S. CONGRESS
Ohio's 9th Congressional District
(Republican primary)
Votes
Robert Horrocks 3,656
Richard May 9,488
100% precincts reporting  
TOLEDO
Toledo City Council
District 2
Votes
Matt Cherry 1,823
Marcia Helman 1,520
Robert Vasquez 775
Joseph Celusta 404
100% precincts reporting  
 
LUCAS COUNTY
Lucas County commissioner
(Democratic primary)
Votes
Carol Contrada 11,045
Michael Hood 3,308
100% precincts reporting  
Lucas County commissioner
(Republican primary)
Votes
Kevin Haddad 5,593
Ben Roberts 4,677
100% precincts reporting  
Lucas County Common Pleas judge
(Democratic primary)
Votes
Ian English 6,915
Laura Restivo 4,706
Richard Roberts 3,359
100% precincts reporting  
Lucas County Domestic Relations judge
(Democratic primary)
Votes
John Coble 4,510
Jay Feldstein 9,102
100% precincts reporting  
Lucas County Domestic Relations judge
(Republican primary)
Votes
Joseph Clarke 4,047
Lisa McGowan 5,989
100% precincts reporting  
AREA CANDIDATE RACES
Wood County commissioner
(Republican primary)
Votes
Doris Herringshaw 3,663
Kristi Kennelly 458
Jim Matuszak 906
100% precincts reporting
Sandusky County auditor
(Republican primary)
Votes
Warren Brown 1,643
Jerri Miller 2,453
100% precincts reporting  
Seneca County commissioner
(Republican primary)
Votes
Mike Kerschner 3,093
Philip Frankart 1,348
100% precincts reporting  
   
State Central Committee Races  
Republican State Central Committee (Senate District 2) Man Votes
Ronald LeRoux 1,520
Mark Wagoner 11,851
100% precincts reporting  
   
Republican State Central Committee (Senate District 2) Woman Votes
Maureen Alexander 5,462
Dee Talmage 7,314
100% precincts reporting  
   
Republican State Central Committee (Senate District 11) Man Votes
Bill Delaney 3,359
Jon Stainbrook 2,256
100% precincts reporting  
   
Republican State Central Committee (Senate District 11) Woman Votes
Meghan Gallagher 2,891
Diana Skaff 2,457
100% precincts reporting  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
THE ISSUES AND LEVIES
Ohio Issue 1
To fund public infrastructure capital improvements by permitting the issuance of general obligation bonds in an amount not exceeding $1.875 billion over a 10-year period.
Votes
YES 789,367
NO 423,270
100% precincts reporting
SCHOOL ISSUES Votes
Arcadia schools
Five-year, 1 percent income tax for operating expenses.
FOR 275
AGAINST 235
100% precincts reporting
Bedford schools
$70.3 million, 30-year bond issue for building projects.
Votes
YES 3,085
NO 5,146
100% precincts reporting
Danbury schools
1.5-mill levy continuing levy for permanent improvements.
Votes
FOR 552
AGAINST 454
100% precincts reporting
Genoa schools
Additional five-year, 4.99-mill emergency levy.
Votes
FOR 383
AGAINST 752
100% precincts reporting
Liberty Center schools
$18.5 million, 37-year bond issue with a 7.9-mill levy for a construction project and a continuing 0.5-mill levy for permanent improvements.
Votes
FOR 886
AGAINST 680
100% precincts reporting
Northwood schools
$10.8 million, 37-year bond issue with 4.9-mill property tax for a building project, combined with a continuing 0.25 percent income tax for operating expenses.
Votes
FOR 671
AGAINST 654
100% precincts reporting
Pike-Delta-York schools
Renewal and increase of emergency levy to 7.62 mills.
Votes
FOR 811
AGAINST 738
100% precincts reporting
Sylvania schools
3.8-mill continuing levy for operating expenses
Votes
FOR 4,357
AGAINST  4,864
100% precincts reporting
Swanton schools
Renewal of a 0.75 percent income tax for current expenses.
Votes
FOR 877
AGAINST 732
100% precincts reporting
Van Buren schools
37-year, 6.9-mill bond issue for building projects.
Votes
FOR 527
AGAINST 853
100% precincts reporting
LOCAL AND AREA ISSUES
Attica
A five-year, 3-mill replacement levy for police protection.
Votes
FOR 86
AGAINST 46
100% precincts reporting
Delta
An additional five-year, 1.25-mill tax for pool operations.
Votes
FOR 490
AGAINST 215
100% precincts reporting
Deshler
An additional five-year, 2.1-mill levy for police protection.
Votes
FOR 154
AGAINST 220
100% precincts reporting
Holgate
A five-year, 2-mill recreation levy for a swimming pool.
Votes
FOR 71
AGAINST 65
100% precincts reporting
Holgate
A continuing 1-mill levy for parks and recreation.
Votes
FOR 84
AGAINST 49
100% precincts reporting
Fulton County
A five-year, 1.1-mill renewal combined with a 0.5-mill increase for senior citizens’ services and facilities.
Votes
FOR 3,256
AGAINST 1,913
100% precincts reporting
Fulton Township (Fulton County)
A five-year, 0.75-mill levy for road work.
Votes
FOR 273
AGAINST 255
100% precincts reporting
Rossford
Renewal of 0.6-mill, five-year levy for fire services
Votes
FOR 515
AGAINST 193
100% precincts reporting
Rossford
Renewal of 1-mill, five-year levy for fire services.
Votes
FOR 498
AGAINST 211
100% precincts reporting
Rossford
Replacement of 0.4-mill, five-year levy for recreation/construction
Votes
FOR 439
AGAINST 245
100% precincts reporting
Rossford
Replacement of 0.4-mill, five-year levy for recreation
Votes
FOR 479
AGAINST 220
100% precincts reporting
Sandusky County Mental Health and Recovery Services
An additional five-year, 0.8-mill levy for treatment and other services.
Votes
FOR 3,631
AGAINST 3,301
100% precincts reporting
       

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