In all, 6 levies were on ballot in Lucas County.
Democrat, Republican vying for 270 electoral votes.
Bowling Green City Prosecutor Matthew Reger was elected as the new Wood County Common Pleas judge today. According to the Wood County Board of Elections unofficial results, Mr. Reger, 49, overwhelmingly beat Perrysburg lawyer Steve Long, 52, as he
Republican candidate reclaims state after Obama wins in 2008, ’12.
Rossford residents who work in other municipalities won’t have to pay income tax twice. Voters overwhelmingly shot down a controversial ballot proposal that would have cut the city’s tax reciprocity in half — to 50 percent —
TEMPERANCE — Republican Paul Pirrone will be the new Bedford Township supervisor, as he leads Democrat Larry O'Dell, with 10 of 14 precincts reporting. Mr. Pirrone, 34, defeated current supervisor Greg Stewart in the August primary.
Minors in Oregon likely will be forbidden to walk or congregate in public places between midnight and 6 a.m. With 15 of 17 precincts reporting, curfew supporters overwhelmingly outnumber “no” votes. Oregon residents under 18 will
Arndt, Gavarone, Gardner reelected to spots in General Assembly.
Perrysburg Township’s second try at passing a levy to support its police department appears to have succeeded. With five of 10 precincts reporting, levy supporters outnumbered opponents by 2 to 1. Bob Mack, chairman of the township trustees,
Perrysburg, Rossford, Sylvania, Anthony Wayne pass