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Published: 3/7/2012 - Updated: 2 years ago


At the Polls: Northwest Ohio Votes

Voter turnout was low in several areas in the region, and that meant no waiting in line for many people who did cast their votes. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Voters were offered stickers at polling locations, like this one at Bowling Green Senior High School in Bowling Green. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Voters were offered stickers at polling locations, like this one at Bowling Green Senior High School in Bowling Green.
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Ben Hendricks offers his voting sticker to daughter Kiersten, 4, while voting in Bowling Green. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ben Hendricks offers his voting sticker to daughter Kiersten, 4, while voting in Bowling Green.
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Carol Sanner, left, helps her son, Ryan Sanner, center, sign in with voting judge Nabieh Mikhail at Bowling Green Senior High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Carol Sanner, left, helps her son, Ryan Sanner, center, sign in with voting judge Nabieh Mikhail at Bowling Green Senior ...
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Ryan Sanner, 22, left, a Bowling Green State University student with muscular dystrophy who uses a wheelchair, has been voting since he was 18. His mother, Carol Sanner, assisted him Tuesday at the voting machine. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ryan Sanner, 22, left, a Bowling Green State University student with muscular dystrophy who uses a wheelchair, has been voting ...
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Election judge Nabieh Mikhail, front left, signs in voter Brady Gaskins. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Election judge Nabieh Mikhail, front left, signs in voter Brady Gaskins.
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A bobcat, mascot for Bowling Green athletic teams, keeps its eye on Jim Cress as he votes at the senior high school. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A bobcat, mascot for Bowling Green athletic teams, keeps its eye on Jim Cress as he votes at the senior high school.
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Meghan Gallagher, right, director of the Lucas County Board of Elections, works on a voting machine as poll worker Lance Wehrle, left, and presiding judge Theo Washington look on at the Sherman Elementary School polling location. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Meghan Gallagher, right, director of the Lucas County Board of Elections, works on a voting machine as poll worker Lance ...
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Poll worker Lance Wehrle, left, and presiding judges Theo Washington and Shareta Lewis, listen to Meghan Gallagher, director of the Lucas County Board of Elections, far right, as they try Tuesday to get a voting machine working at Sherman Elementary School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Poll worker Lance Wehrle, left, and presiding judges Theo Washington and Shareta Lewis, listen to Meghan Gallagher, director of the ...
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Keith Wilkowski, right, an attorney representing U.S. Rep Marcy Kaptur's campaign, speaks Tuesday with Lucas County Board of Elections members, from left, Tony DeGidio, Ron Rothenbuhler, and Keila Cosme, at the Early Voting Center in Toledo about voters who did not receive the proper ballot at their polling sites earlier in the day. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Keith Wilkowski, right, an attorney representing U.S. Rep Marcy Kaptur's campaign, speaks Tuesday with Lucas County Board of Elections ...
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Campaign signs are placed just beyond a boundary sign at Sherman Elementary School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Campaign signs are placed just beyond a boundary sign at Sherman Elementary School.
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Michele Grinter casts her vote Tuesday at Sherman Elementary School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Michele Grinter casts her vote Tuesday at Sherman Elementary School.
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John Allen sits at a voting table to cast his primary ballot at Sherman Elementary School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo John Allen sits at a voting table to cast his primary ballot at Sherman Elementary School.
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Election workers Amanda Martin-Talley, left, and Shirley Buchelt finish their work at the polling place at Reynolds School in Toledo. Voters were permitted to come back and vote again after being given ballots earlier in the day for the 5th congressional district instead of the 9th. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Election workers Amanda Martin-Talley, left, and Shirley Buchelt finish their work at the polling place at Reynolds School in ...
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Poll worker Stephanie Hennigan, left, of Perrysburg, helps voter John Theis at Perrysburg precinct 690. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Poll worker Stephanie Hennigan, left, of Perrysburg, helps voter John Theis at Perrysburg precinct 690.
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Chelle Bauder, with her children Grace, 2, and Harry, 5, shows her ID to Woodville Township poll workers, from left, Mary Restemeyer, Rae Curtis, and Margaret Schwartz. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Chelle Bauder, with her children Grace, 2, and Harry, 5, shows her ID to Woodville Township poll workers, from left,...
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Perrysburg poll workers Mary Kurtz, from left, of Custar, and Diane Markham, of Perrysburg Township, answer a voter's question Tuesday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Perrysburg poll workers Mary Kurtz, from left, of Custar, and Diane Markham, of Perrysburg Township, answer a voter's question Tuesday....
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Andrea Kurtz, 20, of Bowling Green, gives a computer card for a polling machine to a voter at a Perrysburg polling site. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Andrea Kurtz, 20, of Bowling Green, gives a computer card for a polling machine to a voter at a Perrysburg polling site.
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