Unofficial Election Results for Fairfield County

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Unofficial election results are in for Fairfield County.
The unofficial results for County Commissioner shows Dave Levacy winning 40, 333 compared to his opponent Tammy D. Drobina who got 25,717  votes.
Voters in Pleasantville Villiage seem to be in favor of renewing both tax levies.
The Operating Expenses levy won with 147 votes for it and 134 votes against it. The Parks and Recreation levy won with 156 for it votes and 120 votes against it.
Sugar Grove Villiage’s tax levy for operating expenses also appears to have passed by 47 votes.
While Hocking Township’s additional tax levy for firefighters lost by a small margin of 45 votes, the Basil Joint Fire District’s levy won by a large margin, 2834 for and 1507 against.
All school district levies in Fairfield County seem to have passed, except for the Amanda-Clearcreek School District’s proposed income tax renewal.
Numbers are showing that voters are not in favor of Madison Township’s additional levy for roads and bridges. It appears to have been voted down, with 394 votes against it and 341 votes for it.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority’s continued sales and use tax appears to be winning by over 1,000 votes.
The Pataskala Public Library Tax Levy seems to have lost narrowly, by just over 30 votes.
According to results from the board of elections, all petitioners regarding liquor sales in Fairfield County have passed.