Guernsey County Unofficial Election Results< < Back to
Guernsey County voters approved an additional levy for the sheriffs office’s advanced 911 emergency response system with more than 6,000 votes.
Meals on Wheels will be keeping its 0.5-mill levy with a 7,379 to 1,219 vote from the citizens.
Westland Township’s voters moved in favor of a replacement 0.4-mill fire protection levy with 344 votes.
Knox Township voted in favor of a 1.25-mills fire protection levy 133 to 36.
Voters in Washington Township enacted a 1-mill fire protection levy 79 to 30.
Valley Township voters reinstated a 1-mill fire protection levy 405 to 104.
Wheeling Township voted in favor of a 1-mill fire protection levy 72 to 27.
Voting citizens in Center Township enacted a .5-mill fire protection levy 369 to 72.
Center Township voters also voiced their opinion on a 1-mill road maintenance levy, passing it 332 to 97.
Jackson Township voted in favor of a cemetery maintenance levy 638 to 553.
Pleasant City’s voters have chosen to enact a 0.8-mill fire protection levy 87 to 16.
Jackson Township has voted in favor of a 1-mill fire protection levy 455 to 181.
Madison Township pushed a 1-mill fire protection levy in 194 to 23.
Cambridge Township has voted in favor of a natural gas aggregation 508 to 325.
Cambridge Township also voted in favor of an electric aggregation 522 to 321.
Voters in Richland Township enacted a .7-mill fire protection levy 356 to 88.
Monroe Township voters chose to adopt a 1-mill fire protection levy 162 to 44.
Milwood Township voters chose to adopt a 1.5-mills current expenses levy 69 to 54.
Cumberland Village voted against a natural gas aggregation 43 to 32.
Cumberland Village citizens voted against an electric aggregation 42 to 33.
Fairview Village voted in favor of a cemetery maintenance levy 11 to 9.
Adams Township voted in favor of a 1.5-mill fire protection levy 444 to 82.
Liberty Township voted in favor of 1-mill fire protection levy 283 to 46.