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Snapshot: 2011 Lucas County Elections

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Voters head into Lambertville United Methodist Church to cast their vote Tuesday.

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Election Inspector Carol Fleitz helps voters fill out their applications to vote at Lambertville United Methodist Church.

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Maumee Mayor Tim Wagener walks through the buffet line at a poll watching party at La Fiesta in Maumee.

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Democratic Party Chairman Ron Rothenbuhler talks on the phone at the Early Voting Center while waiting for the ballots to be dropped off.

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Kurt Ziems, left, and Luke Brady, right, with the board of elections, unload the first ballots to arrive at the Early Voting Center.

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Luke Brady, left, and Emma Ziems, right, with the board of elections, unload the first ballots to arrive.

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Tracy Glenn, left, and Terry Kuhl, right, put the electronic ballots in the machines to be counted at the Early Voting Center.

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Mr. Glenn, left, and Mr. Kuhl, right, put the electronic ballots in the machines to be counted at the Early Voting Center.

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Mayor Mike Bell responds to the incoming election results while at the UT football game.

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From left: Lucas County Republican Party Chairman Jon Stainbrook, Marty Limmer, board worker at computer, Board of Elections director Ben Roberts, and Board of Elections deputy director Dan DeAngelis, work at the Early Voting Center.

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From left: Democratic Party Chairman Ron Rothenbuhler, Republican board member Anthony DeGidio, Lucas County Republican Party Chairman Jon Stainbrook, Democratic board member James Ruvolo, and Board of Elections deputy director Dan DeAngelis, watch as the results come in at the Early Voting Center.

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Maumee incumbent mayoral candidate Tim Wagener watches early voting results during an election night poll watching party.

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Toledo firefighters Firefighters campaign for the defeat of ballot Issue 2 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School at 2255 Central Grove in South Toledo.

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Shannon Kellough and Levi Kellough, 3, talk to Toledo firefighters Jason Johns and Dave Mather at a South Toledo polling location.

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Signs pepper the lawn at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library Maumee Branch polling location.

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Four-year-old Haylie Garner waits patiently as her mother, Julie Garner, votes at the Maumee Branch Library in Maumee.

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Voter turnout was steady as Angela Smilo votes Tuesday at the Maumee Branch Library.

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Poll worker volunteer Janice Poggemeyer prepares to hand out voting stickers to Maumee voters.

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Barbara Steagall encourages voters to vote yes on the Maumee City Schools levy on election day.

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Steve Glaze and Frances Glaze cast their ballots at the Maumee Branch Library.

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Oregon precincts 9 and 7 see a steady stream of voters Tuesday.

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Precinct workers John Rowley, left, and Jadie Lau, both of Oregon, check the polling location of a voter's address.

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Voter Cheri Perlaky, left, signs in with Oregon's precinct 7 poll workers, from center to right, Jadie Lau, Colleen Lange, Rose Perlaky, Grace Heninger, and Barbara Kutchenriter, all of Oregon.

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Oregon precinct 12 voters cast ballots Tuesday at Starr Elementary School.

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Voter Beckie Hernandez, left, checks in with poll workers, from back center to right front, Susie Horvath, Richard Mabry, and Richard Dempsey at Starr Elementary School in Oregon, Ohio.

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Scott High School senior Brad Collins, 18, left, works the election polls for the first time Tuesday. He, along with polling co-workers Linda Moore and Lisa Leese, check in voter is Joyce Zemnicki, right.

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At St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 15th precinct poll workers Margaret Thomson, from left, Clay High School senior Alexandra Selee, 18, Maryann McQueary, and Darlene Wells help voters Muncie Rogers, far right, and Grace Leahy.

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Willie Jefferson casts his vote at Toledo Police Museum polling location Tuesday.

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Stickers await voters at the Toledo Police Museum polling location.

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Voters cast their ballots in precincts 12-C and 12-D at Toledo Police Museum.

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A voter leaves the Toledo Police Museum after casting her ballot Tuesday, walking by a "chalk outline" on the sidewalk that is part of the museum's displays.

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Sandra Schroeder, social media manager for the American Association of University Professors at the University of Toledo, left, and former Toledo Mayor Carty Finkbeiner, right, cheer the defeat of State Issue 2 at the Teamsters Hall in Toledo.

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Toledo Fire Dept. Lt. Daniel Brown-Martinez, front left, his brother David Brown, center, and Rachael Lee of Toledo, right, join the crowd celebrating the defeat of State Issue 2 at the Teamsters Hall.

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