Unofficial results of the Nov. 6, 2018 election

     check_green Denotes winner

Ohio State Races

 Votes
For Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Richard Cordray and Betty Sutton (Democrat)2,004,946
check_greenMike DeWine and Jon Husted (Republican)2,187,150
Constance Gadell-Newton and Brett R. Joseph (Green)47,644
Travis M. Irvine and J. Todd Grayson (Libertarian)77,149
Rebecca Ayres and Anthony Durgans (No Party)0
Richard Duncan and Dennis A. Artino (No Party)0
Renea Turner and Keith Colton (No Party)0
Precincts reporting100.00%
For Attorney General
Steve Dettelbach (Democrat)2,020,496
check_greenDave Yost (Republican)2,225,888
Precincts reporting100.00%
For Auditor of State
Zack Space (Democrat)1,945,907
check_greenKeith Faber (Republican)2,109,600
Robert C. Coogan (Libertarian)169,710
Precincts reporting100.00%
For Secretary of State
Kathleen Clyde (Democrat)1,987,252
check_greenFrank LaRose (Republican)2,165,659
Dustin R. Nanna (Libertarian)99,764
Michael W. Bradley (No Party)0
Precincts reporting100.00%
For Treasurer of State
Rob Richardson (Democrat)1,959,433
check_greenRobert Sprague (Republican)2,257,436
Precincts reporting100.00%
For U.S. Senator
check_greenSherrod Brown (Democrat)2,285,952
Jim Renacci (Republican)2,011,404
Stephen Faris (No Party)0
Precincts reporting100.00%
For Justice of the Supreme Court
Craig Baldwin1,352,560
check_greenMichael P. Donnelly2,115,483
Precincts reporting100.00%
For Justice of the Supreme Court
Mary DeGenaro1,630,575
check_greenMelody J. Stewart1,802,740
Precincts reporting100.00%
For Judge of the Court of Appeals (6th District)
Joel M. Kuhlman113,418
check_greenGene A. Zmuda141,498
Precincts reporting100.00%
Issue 1. Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation
FOR1,567,812
check_greenAGAINST2,716,439
Precincts reporting100.00%
CONGRESSIONAL RACES
U.S. House 5th District
J. Michael Galbraith (Democrat)97,005
check_greenBob Latta (Republican)173,518
Don Kissick (Libertarian)7,155
Precincts reporting100.00%
U.S. House 9th District
check_greenMarcy Kaptur (Democrat)152,333
Steven Kraus (Republican)73,079
McKenzie Levindofske (Write In)0
Precincts reporting100.00%
U.S. House 4th District
Janet Garrett (Democrat)87,061
check_greenJim Jordan (Republican)164,640
Precincts reporting100.00%
OHIO HOUSE
Ohio House of Representatives District 3
Aidan Hubbell-Staeble (Democrat)18,058
check_greenTheresa A. Gavarone (Republican)29,759
Precincts reporting100.00%
Ohio House of Representatives District 45
check_greenLisa Sobecki (Democrat)20,672
David Dave(No Party)ort (Republican)11,766
Precincts reporting100.00%
Ohio House of Representatives 47th District
Gary C. Newnham (Democrat)20,724
check_greenDerek Merrin (Republican)28,728
Precincts reporting100.00%
Ohio House of Representatives 81st District
Janet Breneman (Democrat)10,992
check_greenJames M. Hoops (Republican)32,419
Precincts reporting100.00%
Ohio House of Representative 88th District
Rachel Crooks (Democrat)13,232
check_greenBill Reineke (Republican)25,680
Precincts reporting100.00%
Ohio House of Representatives 87th District
Mary E. Pierce-Broadwater (Democrat)10,540
check_greenRiordan T. McClain (Republican)28,042
Precincts reporting100.00%
OHIO SENATE
Ohio Senate District 11
check_greenTeresa Fedor (Democrat)71,202
Ernest McCarthy (Republican)31,795
Precincts reporting100.00%
Ohio Senate 1st District
check_greenRobert McColley (Republican)88,540
Adam Papin (Democrat)32,233
Precincts reporting100.00%

Area Races

 Votes
SANDUSKY COUNTY
County Commissioner
Devin J. Black (Democrat)6761
check_greenRuss Zimmerman (Republican)14780
Precincts reporting100.00%
County Auditor
Nickolas M. Garcia (Democrat)7200
check_greenJerri A. Miller (Republican)14233
Precincts reporting100.00%
Sandusky County Health District Renewal & increase, .5 mill, necessary expenses, 5 years, commencing 2019, first due 2020
FOR9697
check_greenAGAINST10502
Precincts reporting100.00%
SENECA COUNTY
County Commissioner
check_greenCheryl Radin Norman (Democrat)5,579
Michael J. Kerschner (Republican)12,777
Precincts reporting100.00%
HENRY COUNTY
County Commissioner
check_greenThomas Vondeylen (Republican)6,531
Penny Snodgrass (Democrat)2,380
Eric Norden (No Party)1,635
Precincts reporting100.00%
OTTAWA COUNTY
County Commissioner
Michael Bassett (Democrat)8,373
check_greenDonald Douglas (Republican)9,554
Precincts reporting100.00%
County Auditor
Susan Mulligan (Democrat)5,656
James Puffenberger (No Party)3,847
check_greenJennifer Widmer (Republican)8,340
Precincts reporting100.00%
Benton-Carroll-Salem Local School District income tax of 1% of individuals residing in school district, current operating expesnes, 5 years, beginning 1/1/2019
FOR2,147
AGAINST2,470
Precincts reporting0.00%
FULTON COUNTY
Fulton Township - 1 mill for fire and EMS services for 5 years
check_greenFOR699
AGAINST565
Precincts reporting100.00%
Swan Creek Township - renewal 1.5 mill and increase .5 mill for fire expenses for five years
check_greenFOR1,807
AGAINST1,465
Precincts reporting100.00%
Village of Delta referendum- establishing the municipal electric utility department to serve electric customers within the village of delta
FOR295
check_greenAGAINST840
Precincts reporting100.00%
Village of Delta renewal .5 mills for recreation for 5 years
check_greenFOR710
AGAINST417
Precincts reporting100.00%
Wauseon Exempted Village School District - emergency property tax renewal 3.99 mills for eight years.
check_greenFOR2,241
AGAINST1,293
Precincts reporting100.00%
WOOD COUNTY
Tax levy replacement 1 mill to provide mental health and addiction services for 10 years.
check_greenFOR32,061
AGAINST15,901
Precincts reporting100.00%
Renewal 2.95 mills with .5 reduction for operation and capital needs for citizens with developmental disabilties for 5 years.
check_greenFOR34,546
AGAINST13,172
Precincts reporting100.00%
Bowling Green charter amendment-- Repeal section 2.03 -- Vacancies
check_greenFOR4,237
AGAINST2,655
Precincts reporting100.00%
Bowling Green charter amendment -- Create section 7.01 -- Civil Service Commission
check_greenFOR6,038
AGAINST2,005
Precincts reporting100.00%
Bowling Green charter amendment -- Department of Planning
check_greenFOR4,846
AGAINST3,076
Precincts reporting100.00%
Perrysburg charter amendment -- Change Articles III, IV, X to reflect movement of Primary elections to the first Tuesday following the first Monday in May immediately preceding a regular municipal election to coincide with other Primary election dates in the region.
check_greenFOR7,340
AGAINST1,922
Precincts reporting100.00%
Perrysburg charter amendment In Article III, to extend the time that Council is given to fill a vacancy on Council from 30 to 45 days and to change the language of Article III to comport with Ohio Sunshine Laws. 2. To repeal Article V Section 1 (B) to comply with Ohio Law and to renumber Article V Section 1(C) to 1(B). 3. To amend Article VII to allow the Charter to reflect the addition of a Director of Public Utilities, to remove language that does not comport with Ohio Law, and to eliminate language referring to positions that no longer exist in the City of Perrysburg Administrative Offices and Departments. 4. To amend Article VIII to reflect changes in title for certain positions within the City. 5. To amend Article IX to reflect the addition of a Historic Landmarks Commission to the Charter and to clarify language. 6. To amend Article XV to extend from thirty to sixty days the amount of time before a vacancy is created in an elective office for a person holding elective office who is called up to active military duty.
check_greenFOR6,897
AGAINST2,040
Precincts reporting100.00%
Perrysburg charter amendment Amend Article XI to increase the threshold number of signatures to 20% of the total number of voters at the last regular municipal election from 10% for initiatives or referendums.
check_greenFOR5,630
AGAINST3,417
Precincts reporting100.00%
Center Township - renewal 1.2 mills for fire operating expenses for 4 years
check_greenFOR451
AGAINST114
Precincts reporting100.00%
Middleton Township -- Renwal 5 mills for ambulance and emergency medical services for 5 years
check_greenFOR1,969
AGAINST480
Precincts reporting100.00%
Perrysburg Township -- Additional 1.5 mills for road maintenance for 5 years
check_greenFOR2,932
AGAINST2,071
Precincts reporting100.00%
Perrysburg Township - renewal 1 mill for fire protection for 5 years
check_greenFOR3,866
AGAINST1,161
Precincts reporting100.00%
Perrysburg Township - renewal 2 mills for fire protection for 5 years
check_greenFOR3,690
AGAINST1,299
Precincts reporting100.00%
Gibsonburg Exempted Village School District - renewal 1 mill for permanent improvements for 5 years
FOR6
check_greenAGAINST14
Precincts reporting100.00%
MONROE COUNTY
County commissioner District 3
check_greenDawn Asper (Republican)
Jessica Paladino (Democrat)
Precincts reporting
County commissioner District 6
Bill Kipf (Republican)
Jerry Oley (Democrat)
Precincts reporting
County commissioner District 7
Thomas Rutledge (Democrat)
check_greenGary Wilmoth (Republican)
Precincts reporting
County commissioner District 8
check_greenGreg Moore Jr. (Republican)
R. Mark Ellsworth (Democrat)
Precincts reporting
Luna Pier Mayor
check_greenJim Gardner
Tim Kennedy
Precincts reporting
Luna Pier council (vote for not more than three)
Dave Davison
check_greenStacy Grimes
check_greenJeff Meadows
check_greenDerrick Welton
Precincts reporting
Bedford Public Schools -- three seats
Aaron J. Adler
check_greenLisa Beins-McCaig
Timothy D. Brakel
check_greenTodd C. Bruning
check_greenGriffin Kirsch
Precincts reporting
Bedford Township library .25 mills for operating and capital expenses for five years
check_greenFOR7,525
AGAINST5,551
Precincts reporting92.86%
Bedford Public School District, 1.99 mills for building and capital improvements for 20 years
check_greenFOR8,195
AGAINST5,056
Precincts reporting92.86%

Lucas County

 Votes
Lucas County Commissioner
check_greenGary L Byers (Democrat)70,600
Sandy Spang (Independent)37,960
Precincts reporting100.00%
Lucas County Judge of Court of Common Pleas
check_greenJoe McNamara77,716
Joshua W Lanzinger43,020
Precincts reporting100.00%
Lucas County Treasurer
check_greenLindsay M Webb (Democrat)80,186
Lori Brodie (Republican)63,120
Precincts reporting100.00%
Lucas County – Bond Issue $185 million, 1.37 mills for construction of jail for 37 years
FOR58,826
check_greenAGAINST84,986
Precincts reporting100.00%
City of Toledo – Regional Water Commission Charter Amendment
check_greenFOR53,925
AGAINST22,926
Precincts reporting100.00%
City of Oregon – ordinance for Sensible Marijuana Laws
check_greenFOR4,132
AGAINST3,649
Precincts reporting100.00%
City of Oregon – renewal .5 mill for Senior Services for five years
check_greenFOR5,779
AGAINST1,960
Precincts reporting100.00%
Habor View — renewal of 5 mills operating expenses for five years
check_greenFOR21
AGAINST18
Precincts reporting100.00%
Sylvania City Schools — additional .9 mill, Safety and Security for five years.
FOR9,832
check_greenAGAINST14,029
Precincts reporting100.00%
Washington Local Schools – additional 4.9 mills for current operating expenses and general permanent improvements for a continuing period of time
FOR7,648
check_greenAGAINST7,903
Precincts reporting100.00%
Springfield Local Schools – renewal and increase, 2.25 mills for permanent improvements for five years
check_greenFOR6,035
AGAINST5,470
Precincts reporting100.00%
Toledo Public Schools – renewal 6.67 mills for emergency requirements for ten years
check_greenFOR41,705
AGAINST18,908
Precincts reporting100.00%
Toledo Public Schools -- renewal 5.8 mills for current expenses and improvements for five years.
check_greenFOR43,445
AGAINST17,075
Precincts reporting100.00%
Evergeen Local Schools -- renewal .5 percent income tax for current expenses for five years
FOR410
check_greenAGAINST481
Precincts reporting100.00%
Lucas County – renewal 1 mill, Mental Health Services for 10 years
check_greenFOR108,172
AGAINST38,265
Precincts reporting100.00%
Lucas County - renewal 1.85 mills for Children Services for 10 years.
check_greenFOR104,777
AGAINST41,380
Precincts reporting100.00%
Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority – renewal .4 mills for economic and job development programs for five years
check_greenFOR93,591
AGAINST50,177
Precincts reporting100.00%
Springfield Township - renewal 4.4 mills, fire protection for five years.
check_greenFOR7,068
AGAINST2,326
Precincts reporting100.00%
Jerusalem Township - additional .25 mill, cemetery expenses
check_greenFOR693
AGAINST539
Precincts reporting100.00%
Washington Township - renewal 2.5 mills for roads and streets and bridges for five years.
check_greenFOR814
AGAINST302
Precincts reporting100.00%
Washington Township - renewal 5.75 mills for fire and emergency medical services for five years
check_greenFOR839
AGAINST302
Precincts reporting100.00%
Washington Township - renewal 1 mill for parks and recreation expenses for five years
check_greenFOR750
AGAINST365
Precincts reporting100.00%

Michigan State Races

 Votes
Governor
Bill Schutte (Republican)1,853,559
check_greenGretchen Whitmer (Democrat)2,256,700
Precincts reporting100.00%
Secretary of State
check_greenMary Lang (Republican)2,194,802
Jocelyn Benson (Democrat)81,565
Precincts reporting100.00%
Attorney General
Tom Leonard (Republican)1,903,771
check_greenDana Nessel (Democrat)2,013,871
Precincts reporting100.00%
U.S. Senate
John James (Republican)1,927,232
check_greenDebbie Stabenow (Democrat)2,195,601
Precincts reporting100.00%
U.S. House of Representatives 7th District
check_greenTim Walberg (Republican)158,885
Gretchen Driskell (Democrat)136,410
Precincts reporting100.00%
BALLOT PROPOSALS
The Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act (Proposal 1), -- A proposal to allow adults 21 and older to possess, use, or transport up to 2.5 ounces; possess up to 10 ounces at their residence; and grow up to 12 marijuana plants for personal use.
check_greenFOR2,339,672
AGAINST1,844,880
Precincts reporting100.00%
Proposal 2 -- A Proposal to create a citizen commission to enact reform of Michigan’s legislative districts.
check_greenFOR2,501,830
AGAINST1,583,588
Precincts reporting100.00%
Proposal 3 -- A proposal to permit no-reason absentee voting, the choice of straight party voting regarding general election, and automatic and Election Day voter registration.
check_greenFOR2,756,740
AGAINST1,364,064
Precincts reporting100.00%
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