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ASHLAND -- Here is how Ashland County voted, according to final unofficial results reported Tuesday evening by the Ashland County Board of Elections.

LOCAL 

Issues 

Ashland City School District: 1.25 mills Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Permanent Improvements

YES: 8,138 (69.17 percent)

NO: 3,628 (30.83 percent) 

Mapleton Local School District: 4 mills Renewal Tax Levy for a continuing period of time – Permanent Improvements

YES: 1,797 (55.38 percent) 

NO: 1,448 (44.62 percent) 

Mapleton Local School District: 4 mills Renewal Tax Levy for a continuing period of time – Current Expenses

YES: 1,776 (55.67 percent) 

NO: 1,414 (44.33 percent) 

Ashland County: 2.1 mills Renewal Tax Levy for 3 years -- Dale-Roy Programs and Facilities

YES: 18,227 (73.38 percent)

NO: 6,612 (26.62 percent)

Ashland County: 1 mill Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Mental Health and Recovery Board 

YES: 17,692 (72.18 percent)

NO: 6,820 (27.82 percent)

Ashland County Park District: 0.5 mill Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Operating Expenses 

YES: 17,309 (72.64 percent)

NO: 6,519 (27.36 percent) 

Ashland City: 0.25% Renewal Income Tax for 5 years – Safety force personnel

YES: 6,223 (72.81 percent)

NO: 2,324 (27.19 percent)

Ashland City 3C: Local Liquor Option – Ashland ANA, LLC Q1 

YES: 561 (82.38 percent) 

NO: 120 (17.62 percent) 

Ashland City 3C: Local Liquor Option – Ashland ANA, LLC Sunday Sales 

YES: 518 (76.18 percent)

NO: 162 (23.82 percent) 

Loudonville Village: 1.7 mills Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – General Operating Expenses

YES: 1,007 (75.37 percent)

NO: 329 (24.63 percent)

Mifflin Village: Initiative petition to repeal any and all ordinances concerning mayor and council wages and establishing a new wage schedule

YES: 38 (55.88 percent)

NO: 30 (44.12 percent) 

Hanover Township: 1.2 mills Additional Tax Levy for 5 years – Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services

YES: 322 (68.51 percent) 

NO: 148 (31.49 percent) 

Lake Township0.5 mill Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Current Expenses

YES: 247 (75.30 percent)

NO: 81 (24.70 percent) 

Milton Township: 1.4 mills Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Roads and Bridges

YES: 852 (69.38 percent)

NO: 376 (30.62 percent) 

Milton Township:  2.5 mills Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Roads and Bridges

YES: 762 (62.77 percent)

NO: 452 (37.23 percent) 

Perry Township: 2 mills Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Roads and Bridges

YES: 671 (69.97 percent) 

NO: 288 (30.03 percent)

Sullivan Township: 0.5 mill Additional Tax Levy for a continuing period of time – Maintaining and operating cemeteries

YES: 475 (39.09 percent)

NO: 740 (60.91 percent) 

Troy Township: 1.4 mills Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services

YES: 454 (77.08 percent) 

NO: 135 (22.92 percent) 

Troy Township: 1.8 mills Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Roads and Bridges

YES: 418 (71.82 percent) 

NO: 164 (28.18 percent) 

Firelands Ambulance Service
1 mill Replacement Tax Levy for 5 year – Ambulance and Emergency Medical Services

YES: 769 (72.34 percent) 

NO: 294 (27.66 percent) 

Green-Perrysville Joint Fire District
1.5 mills Renewal Tax Levy for 5 years – Ambulance and Emergency Medical Services

YES: 1,031 (81.05 percent) 

NO: 241 (18.95 percent) 

Candidates 

County Commissioner - Full Term Commencing 1-2-2021 

James Emmett Justice: 20,648 (100 percent)

County Commissioner –   Full Term Commencing 1-3-2021 

Michael E. Welch: 20,716 (100 percent)

Prosecuting Attorney 

Christopher R. Tunnell: 20,998 (100 percent)

Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas

Deborah A. Myers: 21,153 (100 percent)

Sheriff 

E. Wayne Risner:  21,518 (100 percent)

County Recorder 

Michal E. Crow: 20,984 (100 percent)

County Treasurer

Angela S. McQuillen: 21,424 (100 percent)

County Engineer

Edward J. Meixner: 20,940 (100 percent) 

Coroner

Dale R. Thomae 21,452 (100 percent) 

Probate/Juvenile Court Judge

Karen DeSanto Kellogg: 19,667 (100 percent) 

STATE 

Candidates  

State Senator for Ohio's 22nd District 

Ryan Hunger: 5,891 (23.54 percent) 

Mark Romanchuk: 19,136 (76.46 percent)

State Representative for Ohio's 70th District 

Kevin Barnet: 5,808 (23.13 percent)

Darrell D. Kick: 19,306 (76.87 percent) 

Member of Ohio Board of Education, representing the state’s 5th district

Christina Collins: 8,285 (44.15 percent)

Lisa Woods: 10,479 (55.85 percent)

Justice on Ohio Supreme Court

Sharon L. Kennedy: 13,025 (60.93 percent) 

John P. O’Donnell: 8,353 (39.07 percent) 

Justice on Ohio Supreme Court

Jennifer Brunner: 9,514 (46.37 percent)

Judi French:   11,005 (53.63 percent) 

Judge for 5th District Court of Appeals

Jeff Furr: 8,114 (41.86 percent) 

William B. Hoffman: 11,269 (58.14 percent) 

FEDERAL

Candidates 

President and Vice President

Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence (Republican): 19,002 (73.41 percent) 

Joseph R. Biden and Kamala D. Harris (Democrat): 6,448 (24.91 percent) 

Jo Jorgensen and Spike Cohen (Libertarian): 330 (1.27 percent) 

Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker (Green): 103 (0.40 percent) 

7th district congressional representative

Bob Gibbs (Republican): 19,316 (76.09 percent) 

Quentin Potter (Democrat): 5,113 (20.14 percent) 

Brandon Lape (Libertarian): 956 (3.77 percent)