Township trustees elected


Staff Report



MEIGS COUNTY — Two township trustees were elected in each of Meigs County’s 12 townships as part of Tuesday’s general election.

In addition to the two open seats in each township, voters in Lebanon and Salem townships voted to fill unexpired terms.

Unofficial results are as follows:

Township Trustee (two to be elected)

Bedford — Shawn Hawley 155, Eldon Leon Sauters 203 and Bob Jones 208.

Chester — Jeromee Calaway 259, Paul Morrison 196, James Hawthorne 272 and Alan Holter 390.

Columbia — Marco Jeffers 158, Gary Carr 213, Thomas A. Smith Sr. 154 and Don Cheadle 160.

Lebanon — Gary Cooper 122, Vincent Gray 94, Gerrad Perry 39, David Rose 51 and Donald Dailey 103.

Lebanon (unexpired term end 2019, one to be elected) — Matthew Evans 167.

Letart — Dave Graham 105 and Michael Roush 107.

Olive — Austin Bailey 55, William Osborne 216, L. Brian Collins 184 and Larry Life 232.

Orange — Michael Guess 161, Chad Nelson 171 and Roger Ritchie 117.

Rutland — Jamie Fortner 166, David Davis 258 and Steve Lambert 356.

Salem — Jack Ervin 156, Eddie Howery 62 and H. Dannie Lambert 141.

Salem (unexpired term end 2019, one to be elected) — Rebecca Johnston 174.

Salisbury — Bill Spaun 672 and Robert Ball 598.

Scipio — Tammy Andrus 119 and Roger Cotterill 172.

Sutton — Howard “Buddy” Ervin 346, Joseph Nottingham 197, James (Tony) Carnahan 238, Adam Johnson 171, Alan Crisp 291 and Larry Smith 376.

Results are unofficial, with the official vote count to be held in late November.

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