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The unofficial 2021 General Election results for Noble County

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NOBLE COUNTY, Ohio (WOUB) — Noble County results for Tuesday’s election are in, with 34.2% of registered voters turning out. In total, 2,748 ballots were cast out of 8,035 registered voters.

The county’s contested races include those for Caldwell Village Council, along with trustee races in Center Township, Elk Township, Jackson Township, Jefferson Township, Noble Township, Olive Township and Sharon Township.

In Center Township, Donald A. DeVolld and Brent Rossiter defeated Scott Stottsberry for the two trustee seats up for election. In Elk Township, Stacey Harriman and Jeffery L. Fogle defeated Nathan Love for their two trustee seats. In Jackson Township, David Hesson and Ronald Linger defeated Mark A. Hesson and Donald Mitchell for the two available trustee seats. 

In Jefferson Township, Travis Zerger and Harry Clark, with 29 votes each compared to Charles Harriman’s 28. In Noble Township, Bill Wheeler and Gary J. Ginn defeated David Ogle to take the two open trustee seats. In Olive Township, Allen Tarleton and Oran Way defeated Steve Archer and Jason Ramage for the two open trustee seats.

In the race for Caldwell Village Council, Isaac Antill, Michael Posthelwait, Marcy Welsh and John Saling came out in front of Austin Griffin, to take the village’s four available council seats.

All six of Noble County’s levies up for vote were approved. 

Get the details for all the races in Noble County here.

Per Ohio law, these results are considered unofficial until final official canvas is completed in three weeks.