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2018 General Election results

• Updated Nov 7, 2018 at 11:46 PM

(UPDATED at 10:14 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018)

Huron County voters re-elected incumbent Republican Joe Hintz as commissioner and incumbent Democrat Roland Tkach as auditor in Tuesday’s General Election.

They also passes all but two of the issues on the ballot. New London school district’s request for a five-year, additional 2.9-mill levy failed. Ripley Township’s request for a five-year additional 1.5-mills for roads, streets and bridges finished in a tie, 139-139.

With all 46 precincts reporting, plus early-voting totals, here are the unofficial results:

 

RACES 

Huron County Commissioner

√ Joe Hintz - 9,424

Melissa F. James - 5,532

Bob Morgan - 3,627

 

Huron County Auditor

√ Roland Tkach - 10,201

Tom Dunlap - 8,464

 

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas

√ Jim Conway (D) - 14,294

 

Ohio Governor and Lieutenant Governor

√ Mike DeWine and Jon Husted (R) - 11,391

Richard Cordray and Betty Sutton (D) - 6,401

Travis M. Irvine and J. Todd Grayson (L) - 532

Constance Gadell-Newton and Brett R. Joseph (G) - 333

 

Ohio Attorney General

√ Dave Yost (R) - 11,690

Steve Dettelbach (D) - 6,743

  

Ohio Auditor of State

Keith Faber (R) - 11,109

Zack Space (D) - 6,143

Robert C. Coogan (L) - 877

 

Ohio Secretary of State

Frank LaRose (R) - 11,258

Kathleen Clyde (D) - 6,488

Dustin R. Nanna (L) - X

 

Ohio Treasurer of State

Robert Sprague (R) - 11,707

Rob Richardson (D) - 6,399

 

U.S. Senator

Jim Renacci (R) - 10,374

Sherrod Brown (D) - 8,147

 

Representative to Congress (4th District)

Jim Jordan (R) - 5,805

Janet Garrett (D) - 4,013

 

Representative to Congress (7th District)

Bob Gibbs (R) - 5,764

Ken Harbaugh (D) - 2,904

 

State Senator (13th District)

Nathan H. Manning (R) - 11,853

Sharon Sweda (D) - 5,815

Homer S. Taft (L) - 703

 

State Senator (57th District)

Dick Stein (R) - 12,730

James Johnson (D) - 5,776

 

 

ISSUES

State Issue 1: To reduce penalties for crimes of obtaining, possessing and using illegal drugs

For - 3,918

√ Against - 14,756

 

Huron County - Renewal and Increase of 0.6 mill for five years for senior citizen services and facilities

√ For - 11,462

Against - 7,058

 

Huron County - Additional 1 mill for five years for developmental disabilities programs; permanent improvements and operation of facilities

√ For - 9,669

Against - 8,789

 

Norwalk City School District - Renewal of 4.85 mills for ten years for emergency requirements of the school district

√ For - 3,654

Against - 2,417

 

Norwalk City - Replacement of 0.9 mill for a continuing period of time for operating and maintaining a police department

√ For - 3,119

Against - 2,053

 

Norwalk 1B - Liquor option for Sunday sales for Norwalk Eats LLC, doing business as Sidelines & Patio

√ For - 440

Against - 153

 

Willard City - Income tax 1/8 percent for five years for police

√ For - 735

Against - 688

 

Monroeville Local School District - Renewal of 1.8 mills for three years for general permanent improvements

√ For - 827

Against - 682

 

New London Local School District - Additional 2.9 mills for five years for general permanent improvements

For - 676

√ Against - 1,126

 

New London Public Library - Additional 1 mill for ten years for current expenses

√ For - 986

Against - 814

 

New London Village - Income tax of 1/2 percent for four years for police and fire

√ For - 357

Against - 291

 

Plymouth Village - Renewal of 0.50 mill for five years for fire department

For - 141

Against - 64

 

Bellevue City - Renewal of 2 mills for five years for ambulance and EMS

For - 659

Against - 290

  

Hartland Township - Replacement of 2 mills for five years for current expenses

√ For - 192

Against - 154

 

Norwich Township - Renewal of 2.5 mills for five years for fire, ambulance and EMS

√ For - 296

Against - 88

 

Ripley Township - Additional 1.5 mills for five years for roads, streets and bridges

For - 139

Against - 139

* * *

(ORIGINAL post)

Huron County voters will decide a number of races and issues in the 2018 General Election.

The polls closed at 7:30 p.m. today.

Shortly afterward, the early voting totals were released.

The elections board reported that 5,627 of the county’s 36,414 registered voters submitted absentee ballots. That’s 15.4% percent.

Incumbent Republican Joe Hintz is leading in a three-way race for Huron County commissioner and incumbent Democrat Roland Tkach is leading in the Huron County auditor’s race.

Among 15 issues on the ballot, two countywide levies are passing, as are two tax issues in Norwalk — one for the school district and the other for the police department.

The only issues failing, at this point, involve Monroeville schools, New London schools and Ripley Township.

Here are the early-voting totals for certain races and issues:

 

RACES 

Huron County Commissioner

Joe Hintz - 2,551

Melissa F. James - 1,967

Bob Morgan - 980

 

Huron County Auditor

Roland Tkach - 3,429

Tom Dunlap - 2,086

 

Representative to Congress (4th District)

Jim Jordan - 1,736

Janet Garrett - 1,553

 

Representative to Congress (7th District)

Bob Gibbs - 1,274

Ken Harbaugh - 889

 

State Senator (13th District)

Nathan H. Manning - 3,081

Sharon Sweda - 2,169

Homer S. Taft - 165

 

State Senator (57th District)

Dick Stein - 3,404

James Johnson - 2,069

  

ISSUES

Huron County - Renewal and Increase of 0.6 mill for five years for senior citizen services and facilities

For - 3,484

Against - 2,003

 

Huron County - Additional 1 mill for five years for developmental disabilities programs; permanent improvements and operation of facilities

For - 2,882

Against - 2,566

 

Norwalk City School District - Renewal of 4.85 mills for ten years for emergency requirements of the school district

For - 1,302

Against - 995

 

Norwalk City - Replacement of 0.9 mill for a continuing period of time for operating and maintaining a police department

For - 1,218

Against - 793

 

Norwalk 1B - Liquor option for Sunday sales for Norwalk Eats LLC, doing business as Sidelines & Patio

For - 235

Against - 100

 

Willard City - Income tax 1/8 percent for five years for police

For - 195

Against - 155

 

Monroeville Local School District - Renewal of 1.8 mills for three years for general permanent improvements

For - 197

Against - 218

 

New London Local School District - Additional 2.9 mills for five years for general permanent improvements

For - 137

Against - 236

 

New London Public Library - Additional 1 mill for ten years for current expenses

For - 207

Against - 172

 

New London Village - Income tax of 1/2 percent for four years for police and fire

For - 85

Against - 61

 

Plymouth Village - Renewal of 0.50 mill for five years for fire department

For - 49

Against - 15

 

Bellevue City - Renewal of 2 mills for five years for ambulance and EMS

For - 171

Against - 71

  

Hartland Township - Replacement of 2 mills for five years for current expenses

For - 34

Against - 24

 

Norwich Township - Renewal of 2.5 mills for five years for fire, ambulance and EMS

For - 64

Against - 18

 

Ripley Township - Additional 1.5 mills for five years for roads, streets and bridges

For - 27

Against - 34

 

* * *

(UPDATED at 9:18 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018)

Huron County voters will decide a number of races and issues in the 2018 General Election. The polls closed at 7:30 p.m.

The totals have been counted for 29.19 percent of Huron County’s 36,414 registered voters. That’s 16 of the 46 precincts plus absentee ballots.

Incumbent Republican Joe Hintz has increased his lead in the three-way race for Huron County commissioner and incumbent Democrat Roland Tkach continues to lead in the Huron County auditor’s race.

The Monroeville school levy renewal is now passing.

Among 15 issues on the ballot, the only issues failing involve New London schools, the New London library and Ripley Township. The library issue previously was passing.

Here are the totals thus far for certain races and issues:

 

RACES 

Huron County Commissioner

Joe Hintz - 5,159

Melissa F. James - 3,334

Bob Morgan - 1,869

 

Huron County Auditor

Roland Tkach - 5,925

Tom Dunlap - 4,507

 

Representative to Congress (4th District)

Jim Jordan - 3,114

Janet Garrett - 2,409

 

Representative to Congress (7th District)

Bob Gibbs - 3,024

Ken Harbaugh - 1,768

 

State Senator (13th District)

Nathan H. Manning - 6,320

Sharon Sweda - 3,581

Homer S. Taft - 360

 

State Senator (57th District)

Dick Stein - 6,788

James Johnson - 3,527

  

ISSUES

Huron County - Renewal and Increase of 0.6 mill for five years for senior citizen services and facilities

For - 6,447

Against - 3,883

 

Huron County - Additional 1 mill for five years for developmental disabilities programs; permanent improvements and operation of facilities

For - 5,412

Against - 4,879

 

Norwalk City School District - Renewal of 4.85 mills for ten years for emergency requirements of the school district

For - 1,755

Against - 1,265

 

Norwalk City - Replacement of 0.9 mill for a continuing period of time for operating and maintaining a police department

For - 1,702

Against - 1,114

 

Norwalk 1B - Liquor option for Sunday sales for Norwalk Eats LLC, doing business as Sidelines & Patio

For - 440

Against - 153

 

Willard City - Income tax 1/8 percent for five years for police

For - 735

Against - 688

 

Monroeville Local School District - Renewal of 1.8 mills for three years for general permanent improvements

For - 402

Against - 322

 

New London Local School District - Additional 2.9 mills for five years for general permanent improvements

For - 337

Against - 676

 

New London Public Library - Additional 1 mill for ten years for current expenses

For - 477

Against - 535

 

New London Village - Income tax of 1/2 percent for four years for police and fire

For - 85

Against - 61

 

Plymouth Village - Renewal of 0.50 mill for five years for fire department

For - 49

Against - 15

 

Bellevue City - Renewal of 2 mills for five years for ambulance and EMS

For - 171

Against - 71

  

Hartland Township - Replacement of 2 mills for five years for current expenses

For - 192

Against - 154

 

Norwich Township - Renewal of 2.5 mills for five years for fire, ambulance and EMS

For - 64

Against - 18

 

Ripley Township - Additional 1.5 mills for five years for roads, streets and bridges

For - 27

Against - 34

* * *

(ORIGINAL post)

Huron County voters will decide a number of races and issues in the 2018 General Election.

The polls closed at 7:30 p.m. today.

Shortly afterward, the early voting totals were released.

The elections board reported that 5,627 of the county’s 36,414 registered voters submitted absentee ballots. That’s 15.4% percent.

Incumbent Republican Joe Hintz is leading in a three-way race for Huron County commissioner and incumbent Democrat Roland Tkach is leading in the Huron County auditor’s race.

Among 15 issues on the ballot, two countywide levies are passing, as are two tax issues in Norwalk — one for the school district and the other for the police department.

The only issues failing, at this point, involve Monroeville schools, New London schools and Ripley Township.

Here are the early-voting totals for certain races and issues:

 

RACES 

Huron County Commissioner

Joe Hintz - 2,551

Melissa F. James - 1,967

Bob Morgan - 980

 

Huron County Auditor

Roland Tkach - 3,429

Tom Dunlap - 2,086

 

Representative to Congress (4th District)

Jim Jordan - 1,736

Janet Garrett - 1,553

 

Representative to Congress (7th District)

Bob Gibbs - 1,274

Ken Harbaugh - 889

 

State Senator (13th District)

Nathan H. Manning - 3,081

Sharon Sweda - 2,169

Homer S. Taft - 165

 

State Senator (57th District)

Dick Stein - 3,404

James Johnson - 2,069

  

ISSUES

Huron County - Renewal and Increase of 0.6 mill for five years for senior citizen services and facilities

For - 3,484

Against - 2,003

 

Huron County - Additional 1 mill for five years for developmental disabilities programs; permanent improvements and operation of facilities

For - 2,882

Against - 2,566

 

Norwalk City School District - Renewal of 4.85 mills for ten years for emergency requirements of the school district

For - 1,302

Against - 995

 

Norwalk City - Replacement of 0.9 mill for a continuing period of time for operating and maintaining a police department

For - 1,218

Against - 793

 

Norwalk 1B - Liquor option for Sunday sales for Norwalk Eats LLC, doing business as Sidelines & Patio

For - 235

Against - 100

 

Willard City - Income tax 1/8 percent for five years for police

For - 195

Against - 155

 

Monroeville Local School District - Renewal of 1.8 mills for three years for general permanent improvements

For - 197

Against - 218

 

New London Local School District - Additional 2.9 mills for five years for general permanent improvements

For - 137

Against - 236

 

New London Public Library - Additional 1 mill for ten years for current expenses

For - 207

Against - 172

 

New London Village - Income tax of 1/2 percent for four years for police and fire

For - 85

Against - 61

 

Plymouth Village - Renewal of 0.50 mill for five years for fire department

For - 49

Against - 15

 

Bellevue City - Renewal of 2 mills for five years for ambulance and EMS

For - 171

Against - 71

  

Hartland Township - Replacement of 2 mills for five years for current expenses

For - 34

Against - 24

 

Norwich Township - Renewal of 2.5 mills for five years for fire, ambulance and EMS

For - 64

Against - 18

 

Ripley Township - Additional 1.5 mills for five years for roads, streets and bridges

For - 27

Against - 34

* * *

(UPDATED at 8:46 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018)

Huron County voters will decide a number of races and issues in the 2018 General Election. The polls closed at 7:30 p.m.

The totals have been counted for 17.73 percent of Huron County’s registered voters (6,457 of 36,414).

Incumbent Republican Joe Hintz continues to lead in a three-way race for Huron County commissioner. Incumbent Democrat Roland Tkach leads the Huron County auditor’s race.

Among 15 issues on the ballot, two countywide levies are passing, as are two tax issues in Norwalk — one for the school district and the other for the police department.

The only issues failing, at this point, involve Monroeville schools, New London schools and Ripley Township.

Here are the totals thus far for certain races and issues:

 

RACES 

Huron County Commissioner

Joe Hintz - 2,974

Melissa F. James - 2,242

Bob Morgan - 1,093

 

Huron County Auditor

Roland Tkach - 3,911

Tom Dunlap - 2,423

 

Representative to Congress (4th District)

Jim Jordan - 2,228

Janet Garrett - 1,870

 

Representative to Congress (7th District)

Bob Gibbs - 1,274

Ken Harbaugh - 889

 

State Senator (13th District)

Nathan H. Manning - 3,578

Sharon Sweda - 2,441

Homer S. Taft - 201

 

State Senator (57th District)

Dick Stein - 3,932

James Johnson - 2,353

  

ISSUES

Huron County - Renewal and Increase of 0.6 mill for five years for senior citizen services and facilities

For - 4,062

Against - 2,232

 

Huron County - Additional 1 mill for five years for developmental disabilities programs; permanent improvements and operation of facilities

For - 3,391

Against - 2,865

 

Norwalk City School District - Renewal of 4.85 mills for ten years for emergency requirements of the school district

For - 1,754

Against - 1,265

 

Norwalk City - Replacement of 0.9 mill for a continuing period of time for operating and maintaining a police department

For - 1,701

Against - 1,114

 

Norwalk 1B - Liquor option for Sunday sales for Norwalk Eats LLC, doing business as Sidelines & Patio

For - 440

Against - 153

 

Willard City - Income tax 1/8 percent for five years for police

For - 195

Against - 155

 

Monroeville Local School District - Renewal of 1.8 mills for three years for general permanent improvements

For - 197

Against - 218

 

New London Local School District - Additional 2.9 mills for five years for general permanent improvements

For - 137

Against - 236

 

New London Public Library - Additional 1 mill for ten years for current expenses

For - 207

Against - 172

 

New London Village - Income tax of 1/2 percent for four years for police and fire

For - 85

Against - 61

 

Plymouth Village - Renewal of 0.50 mill for five years for fire department

For - 49

Against - 15

 

Bellevue City - Renewal of 2 mills for five years for ambulance and EMS

For - 171

Against - 71

  

Hartland Township - Replacement of 2 mills for five years for current expenses

For - 34

Against - 24

 

Norwich Township - Renewal of 2.5 mills for five years for fire, ambulance and EMS

For - 64

Against - 18

 

Ripley Township - Additional 1.5 mills for five years for roads, streets and bridges

For - 27

Against - 34

* * *

(ORIGINAL post)

Huron County voters will decide a number of races and issues in the 2018 General Election.

The polls closed at 7:30 p.m. today.

Shortly afterward, the early voting totals were released.

The elections board reported that 5,627 of the county’s 36,414 registered voters submitted absentee ballots. That’s 15.4% percent.

Incumbent Republican Joe Hintz is leading in a three-way race for Huron County commissioner and incumbent Democrat Roland Tkach is leading in the Huron County auditor’s race.

Among 15 issues on the ballot, two countywide levies are passing, as are two tax issues in Norwalk — one for the school district and the other for the police department.

The only issues failing, at this point, involve Monroeville schools, New London schools and Ripley Township.

Here are the early-voting totals for certain races and issues:

 

RACES 

Huron County Commissioner

Joe Hintz - 2,551

Melissa F. James - 1,967

Bob Morgan - 980

 

Huron County Auditor

Roland Tkach - 3,429

Tom Dunlap - 2,086

 

Representative to Congress (4th District)

Jim Jordan - 1,736

Janet Garrett - 1,553

 

Representative to Congress (7th District)

Bob Gibbs - 1,274

Ken Harbaugh - 889

 

State Senator (13th District)

Nathan H. Manning - 3,081

Sharon Sweda - 2,169

Homer S. Taft - 165

 

State Senator (57th District)

Dick Stein - 3,404

James Johnson - 2,069

  

ISSUES

Huron County - Renewal and Increase of 0.6 mill for five years for senior citizen services and facilities

For - 3,484

Against - 2,003

 

Huron County - Additional 1 mill for five years for developmental disabilities programs; permanent improvements and operation of facilities

For - 2,882

Against - 2,566

 

Norwalk City School District - Renewal of 4.85 mills for ten years for emergency requirements of the school district

For - 1,302

Against - 995

 

Norwalk City - Replacement of 0.9 mill for a continuing period of time for operating and maintaining a police department

For - 1,218

Against - 793

 

Norwalk 1B - Liquor option for Sunday sales for Norwalk Eats LLC, doing business as Sidelines & Patio

For - 235

Against - 100

 

Willard City - Income tax 1/8 percent for five years for police

For - 195

Against - 155

 

Monroeville Local School District - Renewal of 1.8 mills for three years for general permanent improvements

For - 197

Against - 218

 

New London Local School District - Additional 2.9 mills for five years for general permanent improvements

For - 137

Against - 236

 

New London Public Library - Additional 1 mill for ten years for current expenses

For - 207

Against - 172

 

New London Village - Income tax of 1/2 percent for four years for police and fire

For - 85

Against - 61

 

Plymouth Village - Renewal of 0.50 mill for five years for fire department

For - 49

Against - 15

 

Bellevue City - Renewal of 2 mills for five years for ambulance and EMS

For - 171

Against - 71

  

Hartland Township - Replacement of 2 mills for five years for current expenses

For - 34

Against - 24

 

Norwich Township - Renewal of 2.5 mills for five years for fire, ambulance and EMS

For - 64

Against - 18

 

Ripley Township - Additional 1.5 mills for five years for roads, streets and bridges

For - 27

Against - 34

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