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Turnout mixed in Lucas Co.
Voters in Springfield school district had turned out at more than 25 percent of registered voters by 5 p.m. today, to decide a hotly contested school district levy. But voters in Toledo Council District 4, where a replacement is being elected for former councilman, now Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson, were barely turning out. The turnout in the central city voting district was about 2.5 percent as of 5 p.m., according to Marty Limmer, information technology manager for the district.

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