Williams County - Unoffical final results

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Election results from Williams County. Please check back throughout the evening for up-to-date results as they are provided by the board of elections.

Unofficial final election results

County offices

Sheriff

Steve Towns (R)....4,411

James Snivley (R)....2,901

Prosecuting attorney

Thomas Thompson (R-inc.)..2,871

Kirk Yosick (R).....4,377

Common pleas judge

J.T. Stelzer (R-inc.)....4,920

Clerk of courts

Kimberly Herman (R-inc.)...4,982

Recorder

Patricia Rockey (R)...4,661

Treasurer

Cathy Schuller (R)....4,510

Commissioner

(elect two)

Alan Word (R-inc.).....5,212

Lewis Hilkert (R-inc.).....4,670

Coroner

Kevin Park (R-inc.).....5,430

Engineer

Dennis Bell (R-inc.)..2,532

Todd Roth (R).....4,539

State offices

1st Senate District

Cliff Hite (R-inc. appt.)...4,852

81st House District

(elect one each party)

John Vanover (D)......1,073

Lynn Wachtmann (R).....4,932

Ohio Supreme Court Justice

(term commencing 1/1/13)

(elect one each party)

Robert Price (D)....1,084

Terrence O’Donnell (R-inc.).....4,548

Ohio Supreme Court Justice

(term commencing 1/2/13)

(elect one each party)

William O’Neill (D).....985

Fanon Rucker (D)........269

Robert Cupp (R-inc.).....4,384

Ohio Supreme Court Justice

(unexpired term)

(elect one each party)

Yvette McGee Brown (D-inc. appt.).....1,082

Sharon Kennedy (R)......4,349

3rd District Court of Appeals Judge

(elect one each party)

John Williamowski (R-inc.)......

State Central Committee, man (1st District)

(elect one each party)

Charles Gray (D)...545

Donald Traxler (D)...679

Frank Guglielmi (R)....4,089

State Central Committee, woman (1st District)

(elect one each party)

Brenda Griffith (D)... 1,125

Judy Miller ... 3,132

Angela Snyder...2,014

Judge of the Court of Appeal (6th District)

(elect one)

Robert Christiansen (R).. 2,267

James Jensen (R)..2,763

Federal offices

President

(elect one each party)

Barack Obama (D-inc.).....1,399

Newt Gingrich (R)......945

Jon Huntsman (R)......102

Ron Paul (R)......918

Rick Perry (R)......155

Mitt Romney (R).....1,835

Rick Santorum (R).....3,228

U.S. Senator

(elect one each party)

Sherrod Brown (D-inc.)......1,260

David Dodt (R)......376

Donna Glisman (R)....1,026

Eric LaMont Gregory (R).....351

Josh Mandel (R).......2,789

Michael Pryce (R).....616

Russel Bliss Jr. (R, write-in).....5

Joe DeMare (Green, write-in)......

John Fockler (Lib., write-in)....

U.S. Representative 5th Dist.

(elect one each party)

Angela Zimmann (D).....1,151

Bob Latta (R-inc.)....5,496

Bob Wallis (R).....1,576

Eric Eberly (Lib.)......7

Tax, ballot issues

Four County Career Center: .2-mill additional levy for a continuing period of time for general permanent improvements: yes, 5,397; no, 4,718.

Bryan City Schools: a 3.9-mill, 28-year bond issue for construction of a new pre-K through grade 4 elementary building and demolition of the Lincoln and Washington buildings: yes, 1,607; no, 2,110.

Central Local Schools: renewal of five-year, 5.75 mill emergency levy beginning Jan. 1, 2013: yes, 46; no, 48.

Central Local Schools: a 4.06-mill, 33-year bond issue for construction of a new grade 6-12 school, beginning Jan. 1, 2013; and a .25 percent income tax for 33 years for current expenses with the new school: yes, 32; no, 60.

Stryker Local Schools: additional five-year, 5.8-mill emergency levy for operational expenses: yes, 551; no, 502.

Montpelier Exempted Village Schools: replacement of a .75-percent income tax with a 1.25 percent income tax for current expenses for a continuing period beginning Jan. 1, 2013: yes, 994; no, 751.

Center Township: electricity aggregation issue: yes, 627; no, 279.

West Unity Village: electricity aggregation issue: yes, 253; no, 88.

Bryan precinct E, D-6 liquor permit: sale of wine and mixed beverages on Sunday from 10 a.m.-midnight by Wal-Mart: yes, 88; no, 108.

Williams County Soil & Water Conservation District: .45 mill for five years, for construction, maintenance and improvements: yes, 4,669; no, 5,294.

Williams County OSU Extension Office: .3 mill for five years, providing educational activities related to agriculture, natural resources and the 4-H program: yes, 6,155; no, 4,020.

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