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In the Scioto County elections, the Portsmouth levy for an income tax to provide funds for the operations of the police and fire forces was passed by 16 votes. The proposed amendments for a city manager form of government also passed. In the race for the Portsmouth Auditor, Trent Williams defeated Russell Doyle… Read More
In Gallipolis, voters elected two city commissioners. Steven Wallis won with 572 votes while Michael Brown followed with 351 votes. Albert Gallagher finished in third. In RioGrande a police tax proposal went down. But it was very close — 70-67.
In Morgan County, levies for the purpose of providing programs and services for persons with mental retardation and developmental disabilities have been approved. Both issues four and five passed by about a thousand votes. In McConnelsville, residents voted on two aggregation issues and they okayed them both. Village voters also approved a… Read More
Zanesville has a new mayor. Voters there selected Jeff Tilton as the new mayor after the current mayor – Howard Zwelling chose not to run. Tilton garnered more than 24 hundred votes while opponents Rob Sharrer ((SHAYR er)) tallied nearly 23 hundred and Randy Case had 420. Ted Zakany was re-elected… Read More
The unofficial results for the City of Cambridge are, Tom Orr will serve another term as mayor and William Cowgill has been voted the President of City Council Elected for City Council at Large are Thomas Laughman the second, Tim Evancho and David Bennett. Arthur Clemenson will serve as the 1st Ward Councilman… Read More
In Hocking County, Republican Martin Irvine defeated his opponent, Democrat Seth Riddlebarger in a close race for Logan mayor. Irvine won by only 20 votes. For Municipal Court Judge in Hocking County, Fred Moses defeated his opponent by nearly 150 votes.
Unofficial results for Monroe County show a local school district levy did not pass. It was close but the Switzerland of Ohio tax levy failed. The margin was less than 600 votes.
With the unofficial election results in for Meigs County, three levies have passed while two have failed. The one mill Meigs County Health Department levy passed by nearly a two to one margin. The Pomeroy levy for current expenses and the Middleport levy for fire protection also passed. But, the Middleport levies… Read More
Voters in Noble County approved three of the four issues on the ballot. The Ohio Cooperative Extension Service Proposed Tax levy passed narrowly, by 270 votes. The tax levy for Senior Citizen Services was approved, with more than 32 hundred votes for the renewal. Voters also approved the addition of a 50-cent… Read More
According to unofficial election results, Jack Everson has been elected Chillicothe mayor in a closely contested race with 3,400 votes compared to Hollie Hinton's 3,271 votes. Toni Eddy won the Municipal County Judge race with Anna Jenkins in second and Kathryn Janes coming in last. Alan Davis was elected the President of Chillicothe… Read More