Meigs County Election results 2018


Meigs County Election Totals (unofficial) — All precincts reporting

Governor and Lieutenant Governor — Richard Cordray and Betty Sutton (D): 2,239; Mike DeWine and Jon Husted (R): 5,303; Constance Gadell-Newton and Brett R. Joseph (G): 63; Travis M. Irvine and J. Todd Grayson (L): 126; Write-in: 7;

Attorney General — Steve Dettelbach (D): 2,006; and Dave Yost (R): 5,502;

Auditor of State — Robert C. Coogan (L): 271; Keith Faber (R): 5,114; and Zach Space (D): 2,151;

Secretary of State — Kathleen Clyde (D): 2,200; Frank LaRose (R): 5,146; and Dustin R. Nanna (L): 188; Write-in: 7;

Treasurer of State — Rob Richardson (D): 2,223; and Robert Sprague (R): 5,269;

U.S. Senator — Sherrod Brown (D): 2,839; and Jim Renacci (R): 4,855; Write-in: 7;

Representative to Congress 6th District — Bill Johnson (R): 5,573; and Shawna Roberts (D): 2,091;

State Representative 94th District — Jay Edwards (R): 6,001; and Taylor Sappington (D): 1,786;

County Commissioner — Tim Ihle (R): 4,941; and Write-in: 1,992;

County Auditor — Mary T. Byer-Hill (R): 6,272;

Member of the State Board of Education 8th District — Melissa M. Dahman: 1,450; John P. Hagan: 2,368; and Kathleen Purdy: 1,778;

Justice of the Supreme Court — Craig Baldwin: 2,560; and Michael P. Donnelly: 3,178;

Justice of the Supreme Court — Mary DeGenaro: 2,471; and Melody J. Stewart: 3,270;

Judge of the Court of Appeals 4th District — Marie Hoover: 2,486: and Jason P. Smith, 3,273;

Judge of the Court of Appeals 4th District — Valarie K. Gerlach: 2,207; and Mike Hess: 3,689;

Common Pleas Judge — Linda R. Warner (R): 6,002;

County Court Judge — Michael L. Barr: 4,942; and Trenton J. Cleland: 2,190.

Issues and Levies

State Issue 1 — Yes: 1,276; No: 6,541;

Southern Local School District, Renewal 4.0 mills for current expenses — For: 900; Against: 788;

Alexander Local School District, One Percent Income Tax — For: 254; Against: 290;

County-wide Issue, Electric Aggregation — Yes: 2,276; No: 4,831;

Middleport Village, Additional 2.0 mills, for Police Protection —For: 267; Against: 309;

Pomeroy Village, Electric Aggregation — Yes: 139; No: 252;

Pomeroy Village, Additional 3.0 mills for Fire Protection — For: 243; Against: 178;

Pomeroy Village, Additional 2.0 mills for Police Protection — For: 187; Against: 237;

Rutland Village, Additional 2.0 mills for General Operating Expenses — For: 77; Against: 90;

Bedford Twp., Renewal 0.5 mills for Fire Protection and Other Emergency Services — For: 327; Against: 160;

Lebanon Twp., Replacement 1.0 mills for Fire Protection — For: 154; Against: 122;

Letart Twp., Renewal 1.0 mills for Fire Protection — For: 179; Against: 56;

Orange Twp., Additional 2.0 mills for Road Maintenance — For: 213; Against: 215;

Rutland Twp., Renewal 1.0 mills for Fire Protection — For: 520; Against: 240;

Salem Twp., Additional 0.5 mills for Fire Protection — For: 200; Against: 111;

Sutton Twp., Additional 1.0 mills for Fire Protection —For: 716; Against: 479.

Editor’s Note: A total of 136 provisional ballots remain to be counted. The official vote count is scheduled for Nov. 19 at 8:30 a.m. Write-in is the total number that colored in the bubble for the space and does not mean the votes are valid or for a specific candidate.

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