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2011 General Election - Unofficial Results

PAULDING COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION

 

NOV. 8, 2011

Registered Voters Total 12,810

Ballots Cast — Total 6,051

Voter Turnout 47.24%

Provisional Ballots cast

(not yet counted) 81

Precincts Reporting 17 of 17

 

VILLAGE CANDIDATES

ANTWERP VILLAGE MAYOR

Thomas D. VanVlerah 304*

ANTWERP VILLAGE COUNCIL (2)

Janice Reeb 307*

Kenneth H. Reinhart 259*

Michael A. Rohrs 176

BROUGHTON VILLAGE MAYOR

Ronald Hunter 30*

BROUGHTON CLERK-TREASURER

Rita Daeger 32*

CECIL CLERK-TREASURER

Carlene A. Baxter Turner 25*

GROVER HILL VILLAGE MAYOR

John E. Moon 78*

GROVER HILL VILLAGE COUNCIL (2)

Patrick Comer 68*

Write-in votes 7

HAVILAND VILLAGE MAYOR

Richard C. Bowers 33*

Larry Lewis 19

HAVILAND VILLAGE COUNCIL (2)

John A. Adams 43*

Neil A. Stoller 36*

LATTY VILLAGE MAYOR

Thomas A. Sinn 38*

LATTY CLERK-TREASURER

Kay Beth Miller 44*

LATTY VILLAGE Bd. of PUBLIC AFFAIRS (2)

Michael L. Pease 47*

MELROSE VILLAGE MAYOR

Janet Stroup 37*

MELROSE VILLAGE COUNCIL (2)

Richard Stroup 37*

OAKWOOD VILLAGE MAYOR

Erhard Henke 86*

Stephen L. Taylor Sr. 54

OAKWOOD VILLAGE COUNCIL (2)

Melissa Figert 95*

PAULDING VILLAGE MAYOR

Greg A. White 749*

PAULDING VILLAGE COUNCIL (2)

Tom A. Diaz 522*

Roger Sierer 621*

PAYNE VILLAGE MAYOR

Ronald Schoenauer 124

Terry L. Smith 136*

James R. Wilson 112

PAYNE VILLAGE COUNCIL (2)

Richard Barrand 64

Kathy K. Feasby 285*

James D. Forrer 73

Bradley S. Wobler 231*

PAYNE VILLAGE Bd. OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS (2)

Mac Brigner 276*

John W. Hall 285*

SCOTT VILLAGE MAYOR

Bryon Glass 10

SCOTT VILLAGE COUNCIL (2)

Diana Boley 12

Deborah Tarlton 9

 

TOWNSHIP CANDIDATES

AUGLAIZE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Thor E. Etter 107

Gene Weidenhamer 259*

AUGLAIZE TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER

Sue A. Becher 328*

BENTON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE – full term (1)

Randy W. Noggle 286*

BENTON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE – unexpired term (1)

Mark A. Crosby 154*

Chad R. Moore 57

George E. Scheiner II 77

Paul C. Stabler 78

Tom Wannemacher 37

BENTON TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER

Julie A. Dinger 315*

BLUE CREEK TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Bradley A. Mills 184*

BROWN TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Marty Adams 363*

Martin Harmon 264

BROWN TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER

Cheryl A. Halter 504*

CARRYALL TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Joseph B. Barker 706*

CARRYALL TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER

Twila D. Demongeot 687*

CRANE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Michael A. Meyer 243*

Joe Sukup 151

EMERALD TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Greg Adkins 148*

Adam R. Schlegel 117

EMERALD TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER

Chris Ferris 222*

HARRISON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Jesse Hefner 67

Dan Olwin 215

Edward Lanny Stabler 237*

JACKSON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Tom Boyd 118

Mark W. Holtsberry 357*

Ron Sierer 168

JACKSON TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER

Mary E. Howard 501*

LATTY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Taylor Reichert 90

Jason A. Sheets 188*

LATTY TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER

Susan E. Hinchcliff 259*

PAULDING TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Mike Kauser 944*

PAULDING TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER

Jane L. Buchman 886*

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE (1)

Lonnie C. Lytle 223*

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER

Neil E. Beining 122*

Diana Carnahan 86

Gregory O. Jeffery 35

 

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES

ANTWERP LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD (2)

Dennis Recker 659*

Mark Ryan 860*

PAULDING EX. VILLAGE SCHOOL BOARD (3)

James Foltz 1,710*

Greg Reinhart 1,891*

Write-in votes 108

WAYNE TRACE LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD (2)

Patrick Baumle 1,133*

Nancy L. Speice 770

Dick Swary 983*

WESTERN BUCKEYE E.S.C. District 1 (1)

Jerry L. Zielke 915

 

BALLOT ISSUES AND LEVIES

PAULDING COUNTY – Renewal, 0.5 mill, 10 years, 2012-21, providing for the health programs of the Paulding County General Health District

For the tax levy 3,656*

Against the tax levy 2,282

BENTON TOWNSHIP – Replacement, 1 mill, 5 years, 2011-15, current expenses

For the tax levy 178*

Against the tax levy 91

HARRISON TOWNSHIP – Replacement, 1 mill, 5 years, 2011-15, current expenses

For the tax levy 152*

Against the tax levy 120

ANTWERP LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT – Renewal, 2.9 mills, 5 years, 2011-15, permanent improvements

For the tax levy 671*

Against the tax levy 443

ANTWERP VILLAGE – Renewal, 0.8 mill, 5 years, 2011-15, maintaining and operating cemeteries

For the tax levy 287*

Against the tax levy 136

GROVER HILL VILLAGE – Renewal, 0.5 mill, 5 years, 2011-15, EMS

For the tax levy 73*

Against the tax levy 10

HAVILAND VILLAGE – Renewal, .5 mill, 5 years, 2011-15, current expenses

For the tax levy 33*

Against the tax levy 19

LATTY VILLAGE – Replacement, 2.1 mills, 5 years, 2012-16, current expenses

For the tax levy 35*

Against the tax levy 15

LATTY VILLAGE – Replacement, 5 mills, 5 years, 2012-16, general construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and repair of streets

For the tax levy 34*

Against the tax levy 16

MELROSE VILLAGE – Renewal, 0.7 mill, 5 years, 2011-15, EMS

For the tax levy 29*

Against the tax levy 20

MELROSE VILLAGE – Renewal, 2 mills, 5 years, 2011-15, fire

For the tax levy 27*

Against the tax levy 22

OAKWOOD VILLAGE – Renewal, 0.7 mill, 5 years, 2011-15, EMS

For the tax levy 100*

Against the tax levy 43

OAKWOOD VILLAGE – Renewal, 2 mills, 5 years, 2011-15, fire

For the tax levy 99*

Against the tax levy 44

PAYNE VILLAGE – Replacement, 3 mills, 5 years, 2012-16, current expenses

For the tax levy 249*

Against the tax levy 130

 

STATE ISSUES

STATE ISSUE 1: To increase the maximum age at which a person may be elected or appointed judge, to eliminate the authority of the General Assembly to establish courts of conciliation, and to eliminate the authority of the Governor to appoint a Supreme Court Commission

Yes 1,864

No 3,929

STATE ISSUE 2: Referendum on new law relative to government union contracts and other government employment contracts and policies

Yes 2,139

No 3,795

STATE ISSUE 3: To preserve the freedom of Ohioans to choose their health care and health care coverage

Yes 4,037

No 1,841

 

 

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