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Unofficial Election Results for Harrison County

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The unofficial results for the 2018 election for Harrison County are in. Harrison county reports Don Bethel won against Danny Henry, 3,224 to 2,541, in the race for county commissioner. Allison Anderson wins county auditor against Patrick Moore with 3,756 votes against 2019 votes. Edison County Local Schools Current Expenses Levy passed with 24 votes… Read More

Unofficial Election Results for Jackson County

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Unofficial election results are in Jackson County. Residents of Jackson voted against a Board of Developmental Disabilities Levy 5,261 votes to 4,624 votes. Residents of Jackson County voted in favor of a Children Services Levy 5,092 votes to 4,816 votes. Residents of Jackson County voted for a Senior Services Levy 6,003 votes to 3,907 votes. Residents… Read More

Unofficial Election Results for Perry County

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These are the 2018 Unofficial Elections Results for Perry County. Scott Owen is the unofficial winner of the Perry County Commissioner race. He received 7,552 votes and his opponent, Todd Shafer, received 3,745 votes. Drew Cannon is the unofficial winner of the Perry County Auditor race. He received 7,170 votes and his opponent, Teresa Stevenson… Read More

Guernsey County

Unofficial Election Results for Guernsey County

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Unofficial election results are in for Guernsey County. In Cambridge City, voters renewed a 3-mills/five year Fire Protection Levy 1,881-750. Cumberland Village residents voted against the 5-mills/five year Roads Repair Levy 56-40. Cambridge City voters renewed the second 3.9-mills/five year Fire Protection Levy 1735-846. Lore City Village residents voted for a replacement 3-mills/five year Fire… Read More

Midterms 2018 Results

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For races that are being decided in Southeast Ohio go to this WOUB News Midterms 2018 Results page. Republicans have retained their supermajority in the Ohio House, despite Democrats’ hopes that strong candidates and national momentum would help them cut into GOP legislative majorities. With nearly all races called, House Republicans had secured at least… Read More

How Ohio’s Candidates For Governor Would Address Education

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Education is a major issue in the race to become Ohio’s next governor. Both Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Rich Cordray say students take too many tests, but the candidates diverge on how they plan to reduce testing and support schools. The major party candidates recognize that improving Ohio’s schools can lead to closing the skills gap,… Read More

Nelsonville Music Festival and Archie Fox Live Present MELTED

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MELTED will take place from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Sunday, February 24, 2019 at The Bluestone, 583 East Broad Street in Columbus, Ohio. Earlybird tickets are on sale now right now for $50 at Ty Segall and White Fence | Black Lips Kikagaku Moyo Deerhoof Cherry Glazerr… Read More