ELECTION RESULTS - Grose and Lendrum returned to School Board; Norwalk Council race too close to call

In Norwalk City Council's first ward race, Lynn Chapin has the lead with 100 percent of precincts reporting. With just eight votes separating her from her opponent, Scott Krichbaum, however, the election could still swing either way once provisional and absentee ballots are counted. Below are results from area contested races.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

In Norwalk City Council's first ward race, Lynn Chapin has the lead with 100 percent of precincts reporting. With just eight votes separating her from her opponent, Scott Krichbaum, however, the election could still swing either way once provisional and absentee ballots are counted.

Below are results from area contested races.

Norwalk City Council First Ward - 100% reporting

Lynn Chapin (D) - 50.36%

Scott Krichbaum (R) - 49.64%

Norwalk Board of Education - 100% reporting

John Lendrum - 37.5%

Mike Grose - 32.4%

Steve Linder - 30%

Norwalk Public Library Renewal - 100% reporting

For - 77.6%

Against - 22.4%

Plymouth Local School District 1% Repeal - 100% reporting

Yes - 17.1%

No - 82.9%

Plymouth Local School District Tax Levy Decrease - 100%

Yes - 17.9%

No - 82.1%

Huron County General Health District - 100%

For - 43.3%

Against - 56.7%

Norwalk City Tax Levy Renewal - 100%

For - 69.9%

Against - 30.1%

Willard Council at Large - 100%

Larry Jacobs - 25%

Joann Jones - 20.4%

Solon J. Kousma - 28.9%

Diana M. Olson 25.6%

Monroeville Clerk Treasurer - 100%

Bonita Beck - 51.1%

Karen L. Reer - 48.9%

Plymouth Council - 100%

Dwayne W. Cassidy - 29.5%

Richard F. Helms - 29.5%

Michael J. Lindenberger - 41%

Wakeman Mayor - 100%

Larry Cancel - 10.5%

Chris Hipp - 63.6%

Chuck Moore - 7%

Stanley K. Wolfe - 18.9%

Wakeman Council - 100%

Marilyn J. Dillon - 24.5%

Kathleen Frey - 32.1%

James A. Morman 43.4%

Monroeville Board of Education - 100%

Melodie Adelman - 38.5%

Valerie J. Ball - 27.1%

Robin Reed - 34.3%

Monroeville Local School District Renewal - 100%

For - 57.3%

Against - 42.7%

Monroeville Local School District 1.8 Mills - 100%

For - 64.5%

Against - 35.5%

Milan Village Tax Levy Replacement - 100%

For - 51.8%

Against- 48.2%

Monroeville Village 1% Income Tax - 100%

For - 41.5%

Against - 58.5%

Plymouth Village Tax Levy Renewal - 100%

For - 70.6%

Against - 29.4%

Clarksfield Township Trustee - 100%

Ryan P. Horoschak - 39.5%

Bill Johnson - 31.2%

Tim Waldron - 29.3%

Fitchville Township Trustee - 100%

Joe Merrilees - 51.3%

Robert W. White - 48.7%

Norwalk Township Trustee

Erin Gail Bartle - 52.3%

Frank Schnellinger - 47.7%

Norwalk Township Fiscal Officer - 100%

Terry Boose - 41%

Rhonda Jaworski - 37.2%

Bridget Musso - 21.9%

Ridgefield Township Trustee - 100%

Fred Leber - 75.2%

David J. Mahl - 24.8%

Comments

Susan Kay Blyst...

Congrats Chris Hipp on Mayor of Wakeman. I'm so proud of you. We how have someone in Office , that listens to the people. I know you will turn this Village around and make it a better place to live. Thanks. I also want to say (good job) James Morman. I know you will make a difference to. Good Luck in everything you two do.

Greenwich resid...

Where are the results from the Greenwich ballot? We live in Huron county, too.

Ralph (Anonymous)

This is "The Norwalk Reflector" not "The Huron County Reflector". And who cares about Greenwich. You guys were to vote next Tuesday.

It's Time.........

to pick up all of these yard signs. You should be fined if your signs are not picked up 1 week after the election is over. I'm sick of seeing them blowing all over the place 2 months after an election. GET'EM PICKED UP!!!!!!!!!!!

ANNOYED (Anonymous)

HERE IS A WILD IDEA HOW ABOUT THE REFLECTOR PRINTING THE
RESULTS OF WHO OUR NEW CONGRESSMAN IS. WOW PRINTING ALL
THE RESULTS FROM THE SURROUNDING CITY AND YET NOTHING ABOUT
OUR OWN STATE.

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