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Election results at a glance

November 9, 2011
The Marietta Times

For a complete list of all results, visit the Washington County Board of Elections website at www.electionsonthe.net/oh/washington/index.htm

Results for contested races in Washington County

New Matamoras Public affairs Board (two elected)

James Chambers 57 13.01 percent

Bill Creighton 182 41.55 percent

John Hutchinson 199 45.43 percent

Decatur Twp Fiscal Officer (one elected)

Sheri L. Armstrong 83 17.70 percent

Tracy L. Joseph 196 41.79 percent

Bill Yoho 190 40.51 percent

Dunham Twp Trustee (one elected)

Aaron Fleming 553 62.42 percent

Mark Perdue 333 37.58 percent

Dunham Twp Fiscal Officer (one elected)

Carolyn Lacy Brizendine 545 62.14 percent

Debbie Elder 332 37.86 percent

Fearing Twp Trustee (one elected)

Eugene C. Biehl 79 20.68 percent

Robert E. Davison 120 31.41 percent

Rick G. Groves 125 32.72 percent

James Seevers 18 4.71 percent

David A. Warren 40 10.47 percent

Fearing Twp Fiscal Officer (one elected)

Carol M. Antill 189 52.21 percent

Jeni Lauer 173 47.79 percent

Grandview Twp Fiscal Officer (one elected)

Adrienne Griffin Forni 121 21.08 percent

Brenda K. Heiney 453 78.92 percent

Grandview Twp Trustee (one elected)

John Buegel 152 26.57 percent

Gary McKnight Jr 420 73.43 percent

Grandview Twp Fiscal Officer (one elected)

Adrienne Griffin Forni 121 21.08 percent

Brenda K. Heiney 453 78.92 percent

Lawrence Township Trustee (one elected)

Lawrence Twp Trustee

Linda Hanes 64 21.19 percent

Dave R. Lauer 238 78.81 percent

Liberty Twp Trustee (one elected)

Barry Hendershot 89 47.85 percent

James Sabolick 21 11.29 percent

LeRoy A. Schroeder 76 40.86 percent

Marietta Twp Trustee (one elected)

John James Lankford 807 58.02 percent

John Richard Morris 584 41.98 percent

Marietta Twp Fiscal Officer (one elected)

Jeanette Gregory 1,070 78.79 percent

Cassandra Loughry 288 21.21 percent

Muskingum Twp Trustee (one elected)

Gary Doan 719 39.72 percent

Rick Dunbarger 146 8.07 percent

Mike Gulliver 298 16.46 percent

Pat Huck 574 31.71 percent

Mike Lee 73 4.03 percent

Muskingum Twp Fiscal Officer (one elected)

Susan L. Burkhart 569 31.32 percent

Jay Huck 1,248 68.68 percent

Newport Twp Trustee (one elected)

William Henry Bowersock. 389 59.03 percent

Richard Seevers 270 40.97 percent

Total, 659

Warren Twp Fiscal Officer (one elected)

Amy D. McKenzie 546 38.40 percent

Scott B. Reynolds 217 15.26 percent

Karen K. Wentz 242 17.02 percent

Jim Williams 417 29.32 percent

Waterford Twp Township Fiscal Officer (one elected)

Carmel Hendershot 467 37.42 percent

Adam Lee Huck 177 14.18 percent

Lori A. Schilling 495 39.66 percent

Taneka N. Sparling-Ponchak 109 8.73 percent

Levies and issues

Fire and emergency protection levies passed in Fearing, East Muskingum, Newport and Wesley Townships Tuesday.

Also passing was an operational levy for the village of New Matamoras.

Failing was a county wide electric aggregation issue put before voters that would have allowed the county to work with Buckeye Energy on electric discounts. Residents would have had the option to opt out of the program.

Voting for the issue was 5,307 people, or 43.46 percent, and voting against it was 6,904 people, or 56.54 percent.

The 1-mill, five-year Fearing Township fire and emergency protection replacement levy passed with 79.11 percent of the vote, with 303 votes in favor and 80 opposed.

The 1.5-mill, five-year East Muskingum fire and emergency protection renewal levy passed with 74.57 percent of the vote, with 994 people voting for it and 339 voting against it.

The 1.5-mill, five-year Newport Township fire and protection replacement levy passed with 57.72 percent of the vote, with 389 people voting for it and 285 people voting against it.

The 4-mill, five-year Wesley Township fire and protection replacement levy passed with 62.96 percent of the votes, with 221 people voting in favor of it and 130 people voting against it.

The 2-mill, five-year New Matamoras operating levy passed with 62.91 percent of the vote, with 173 people voting for it and 102 people voting against it.

 
 

 

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