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Unofficial Primary 2020 Results for Pike County

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Here are the unofficial results in Pike County for Ohio’s extended primary, according to the county Board of Elections. Only contested races are listed. 

 

For Democratic presidential nominee: Joseph Biden received 945 votes, Bernie Sanders received 154 votes, Michael Bloomberg received 59 votes, Tulsi Gabbard received 16 votes, Elizabeth Warren received 33 votes, Amy Klobuchar received 20 votes, Tom Steyer received 11 votes, Pete Buttigieg received 7 votes, Michael Bennet received 6 votes, Deval Patrick received 1 vote, and Andrew Yang received 1 vote (via write-in). 

For the United States House of Representatives, 2nd district (the Republican winner will face the Democratic winner in November): Jaime M. Castle (D) received 985 votes. Brad Wenstrup (R) received 1,036 votes and H. Robert Harris (R) received 147 votes. 

For State Supreme Court Justice, term beginning Jan. 1, 2021: John P. O’Donnell (D) received 1,001 votes and Sharon L. Kennedy (R) received 1,048 votes.

For State Supreme Court Justice, term beginning Jan. 2, 2021: Jennifer Brunner (D) received 1,027 votes and Judi French (R) received 1,000 votes. 

Pebble Township fire protection levy renewal, 1.5 mills: 130 votes yes, 115 votes no. 

Pike County Commissioner, to begin Jan. 3, 2021 (The Republican winner will face the Democratic winner in November): Victor Brushart (D) received 902 votes, and Michael Ratliff (D) received 314 votes. Jeff Chattin (R) received 1,027 votes. 

 

For more results, visit https://woub.org/election-results/