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Fairfield Co. Unofficial Results For May 2021 Primary

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — A total of 9.5% of voters in Fairfield County turned out for Tuesday’s Primary Election to cast ballots on a variety of issues. Becky Tenner secured a little more than 71% of the vote to receive the Republican nomination for Lancaster City County Ward 6 over Pete Sanderell, 118-47. The Fairfield County… Read More

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Two Belpre Council Members Hold Off Challengers In Republican Primary

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Two Belpre City Council incumbents defeated their challengers Tuesday in the Republican primary. Council President Larry Martin captured 270 votes, or 55.33 percent. His opponent, Donna Miller, drew 218 votes, or 44.67 percent. Council Member At Large David Ferguson held off his opponent, John Ruth, with 331 votes, or 56.10 percent,… Read More

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Cole, Jenkins Advance To General Election For Portsmouth City Council 3rd Ward

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Two candidates continue on to November’s General Election in their search for the 3rd Ward City Council seat in Portsmouth. Andy Cole and Gary Jenkins were the top two vote getters Tuesday, according to unofficial Primary Election results. Cole earned 143 votes, Jenkins received 76 and Jerry Skiver was edged out with… Read More

Wellston City Council 1st Ward Incumbent Defeated In Republican Primary

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Wellston City Council 1st Ward incumbent Keith Woolum lost to Angela Spangler Tuesday in the Republican primary. Spangler received 59, or slightly more than two-thirds, of the 87 votes cast. Just over 42 percent of registered Republicans in the ward cast ballots. Meanwhile, voters in Jackson County, which includes Wellston, rejected… Read More

Swank Defeats Incumbent Fahl For Athens City Council 4th Ward Seat

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Alan Swank soundly defeated three-term incumbent Christine Fahl in the Democratic primary for the Athens City Council 4th Ward seat. Swank received 184, or nearly two-thirds, of the 282 votes cast. Swank moves on to the general election in November and is all but certain to claim the council seat given… Read More

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Tuscarawas Co. Unofficial Results For May 2021 Primary

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — A total of 5.71% of voters able to cast ballots in Tuesday’s Primary Election turned out in Tuscarawas County, according to unofficial results. Voters approved the renewal of the Dover 4 mills current expenses tax levy, 684-190. The Dover Public Library’s 1 mill tax levy was renewed, 962-116. Uhrichsville voters approved the… Read More

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Guernsey Co. Unofficial Results For May 2021 Primary

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — A total of 5.9% of voters eligible to cast ballots turned out for Tuesday’s Primary Election, according to unofficial results. Mike Zaleski beat Samuel Grubbs, 82-21, in the race to be the Republican nominee for Cambridge City Council 4th Ward in November’s General Election. Voters in the Newcomerstown Exempted Village School… Read More

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Belmont Co. Unofficial Results For May 2021 Primary

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — The only voters in Belmont County to cast ballots during Tuesday’s election decided the Democratic primary in Martins Ferry’s 4th Ward. Rick Rodgers beat Pamela Shrodes, 41-20 to earn the nomination for that ward’s council seat, according to unofficial results. To see the unofficial results from around our region, click here.

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Coshocton Co. Unofficial Results For May 2021 Primary

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Some voters in Coshocton County were able to vote one of two school levies during Tuesday’s Primary, depending on where they live. The Coshocton City School District’s earned a renewal of its 4.9 Mills Tax Levy with 410 people voting in favor and 126 voting against, according to unofficial results. Elsewhere,… Read More