Mahoning County 2016 RESULTS — ALL OFFICES, ISSUES


MAHONING CO.

58TH HOUSE DISTRICT

Michele Lepore-Hagan* (D) 28,203

Corrine L. Sanderson (R) 10,801

Andrea Mahone 8,279

59TH HOUSE DISTRICT

John Boccieri* (D) 36,200

Don Manning (R) 25,695

COMMISSIONER

(1/2/17 term)

Anthony T. Traficanti* (D) 72,189

Adam L. Rutushin (R) 35,745

COMMISSIONER

(1/3/17 term)

David C. Ditzler* (D) 66,643

George Levendis (R) 38,456

CORONER

David Kennedy* (D) 66,277

John J. Vargo (R) 38,344

ENGINEER

Patrick T. Ginnetti* (D) 78,462

PROSECUTOR

Paul J. Gains* (D) 78,237

RECORDER

Noralynn Palermo* (D) 64,017

Steven M. Carter (R) 38,127

SHERIFF

Jerry Greene* (D) 83,056

TREASURER

Daniel R. Yemma* (D) 65,712

Christine Lucarell Oliver (R) 40,618

CLERK OF COURTS

Anthony Vivo* (D) 69,346

David Shaffer 36,730

COMMON PLEAS COURT

Anthony M. D’Apolito 60,990

Shirley J. Christian* 38,112

JUVENILE COURT

Theresa Dellick* 74,720

COUNTY COURT

David A. D’Apolito* 44,787

APPELLATE COURT

7TH DISTRICT

Gene Donofrio* 161,822

ISSUES

MAHONING COUNTY

A 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy for the board of developmental disabilities.

For the tax levy 77,139

Against the tax levy 31,646

YOUNGSTOWN

A citizen-initiative Community Bill of Rights charter amendment to do, among other things, ban fracking in the city.

For the amendment 9,837

Against the amendment 12,143

YOUNGSTOWN

A citizen-initiative charter amendment to give additional rights to part-time workers.

For the amendment 11,735

Against the amendment 9,428

YOUNGSTOWN

A charter amendment to eliminate a $12 fine for council members who miss meetings.

For the amendment 12,335

Against the amendment 8,783

YOUNGSTOWN

A charter amendment to no longer restrict the city from making financial transactions by check only.

For the amendment 15,244

Against the amendment 5,717

YOUNGSTOWN

A charter amendment requiring city council to redistrict up to 180 days after a U.S. Census if there’s a difference of at least 10 percent between the most- and least-populous wards.

For the amendment 14,155

Against the amendment 7,052

YOUNGSTOWN

A charter amendment removing language requiring the mayor to appoint a member from the defunct park and recreation commission to the city’s planning commission.

For the amendment 15,735

Against the amendment 5,082

AUSTINTOWN

A 1-mill, 5-year additional levy for roads and bridges.

For the tax levy 8,352

Against the tax levy 9,243

AUSTINTOWN

A 1-mill additional levy for a continuous period of time for police services.

For the tax levy 8,338

Against the tax levy 9,194

BERLIN

A 1.75-mill, 5-year additional levy for roads and bridges.

For the tax levy 561

Against the tax levy 651

BOARDMAN

A 3-mill, 5-year renewal levy for current expenses.

For the tax levy 12,513

Against the tax levy 8,129

BOARDMAN

A 0.7-mill, 5-year renewal levy for current expenses.

For the tax levy 13,255

Against the tax levy 7,537

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to increase the number of council members from five to seven with two being “at-large.”

For the amendment 1,572

Against the amendment 1,813

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to provide “sufficient time” at council meetings for the public to speak.

For the amendment 2,244

Against the amendment 1,047

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to change language from “three members” to “simple majority” to pass legislation.

For the amendment 1,864

Against the amendment 1,375

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to increase mayor’s term from two to four years.

For the amendment 1,442

Against the amendment 1,943

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to give mayor authority to appoint the police chief.

For the amendment 1,714

Against the amendment 1.671

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to change language in Section 4.04 to clear up “ambiguous and contradictory language.”

For the amendment 2,247

Against the amendment 970

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to give mayor authority to appoint fire chief.

For the amendment 1,526

Against the amendment 1,829

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to make charter compliant with state civil-service laws.

For the amendment 2,244

Against the amendment 984

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to change language from “three members” to “simple majority.”

For the amendment 1,823

Against the amendment 1,392

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to allow “expenditures by city to increase or decrease as inflation fluctuates and to set the maximum expenditure amount allowed to be only 10 percent of amount allowed under Ohio Revised Code for state agencies to purchase supplies and services without competitive selections.”

For the amendment 1,556

Against the amendment 1,649

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to change nominating petition language for at-large council members, if approved by voters, requiring candidates to get at least 100 signatures.

For the amendment 1,686

Against the amendment 1,541

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to remove any part of charter found to be unconstitutional by the Ohio Supreme Court.

For the amendment 1,805

Against the amendment 1,350

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to not require 30 copies of agendas and proposed ordinances be made available to public for every council meeting and be replaced with “sufficient copies.”

For the amendment 2,441

Against the amendment 842

CAMPBELL

A charter amendment to have the director of law serve a two-year term starting Dec. 1 after November election.

For the amendment 2,465

Against the amendment 790

CANFIELD CITY

A 3.9-mill, 5-year additional levy for police services.

For the tax levy 2,589

Against the tax levy 2,088

CARDINAL JOINT FIRE DISTRICT

A 0.42-mill, 5-year renewal levy for current operating expenses.

For the tax levy 6.986

Against the tax levy 2,933

GREEN

A 1.5-mill, 5-year replacement levy for current expenses.

For the tax levy 1,005

Against the tax levy 901

NEW MIDDLETOWN

A 2-mill, 5-year additional levy for police services.

For the tax levy 556

Against the tax levy 332

POLAND VILLAGE

A 1-mill, 5-year renewal levy for police services.

For the tax levy 1,168

Against the tax levy 401

POLAND TOWNSHIP

A 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy for road improvements.

For the tax levy 4,936

Against the tax levy 2,529

SEBRING

A 1-mill, 5-year renewal levy for recreational purposes.

For the tax levy 1,106

Against the tax levy 645

SEBRING

A 3-mill, 5-year renewal levy for fire services.

For the tax levy 1,161

Against the tax levy 603

SPRINGFIELD

A 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy for current expenses.

For the tax levy 2,024

Against the tax levy 1,546

SPRINGFIELD

A 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy for fire services.

For the tax levy 2,430

Against the tax levy 1,157

BOARDMAN SCHOOLS

A 5.5-mill, 10-year renewal levy – replacing two existing levies – for emergency requirements.

For the tax levy 11,104

Against the tax levy 7,420

SEBRING SCHOOLS

A 1-percent, 5-year income-tax renewal.

For the income tax 1,003

Against the income tax 769

LIQUOR OPTIONS

YOUNGSTOWN PRECINCT 4D

Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Dash Inn, 2716 Mahoning Ave.

Yes 416

No 196

YOUNGSTOWN PRECINCT 6C

Weekly sale of beer and mixed beverages at the Market Street Express, 3130 Market St.

Yes 217

No 221

YOUNGSTOWN PRECINCT 6C

Sunday sale of beer, wine and mixed beverages at the Market Street Express, 3130 Market St.

Yes 205

No 230

YOUNGSTOWN PRECINCT 7C

Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at True North, 504 E. Midlothian Blvd.

Yes 327

No 204

BEAVER PRECINCT 4

Weekly sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Vineyards at Pine Lake, 14101 Market St.

Yes 630

No 197

BEAVER PRECINCT 4

Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Vineyards at Pine Lake, 14101 Market St.

Yes 592

No 235

BEAVER PRECINCT 4

Weekly off-premises sale of beer in the precinct.

Yes 478

No 336

BEAVER PRECINCT 4

Weekly off-premises sale of wine and mixed beverages in the precinct.

Yes 487

No 323

BEAVER PRECINCT 4

Sunday off-premises sale of wine and mixed beverages in the precinct.

Yes 454

No 362

BOARDMAN PRECINCT 1

Weekly sale of beer at the Casual Pint, 393 Boardman-Poland Road.

Yes 563

No 190

BOARDMAN PRECINCT 3

Weekly sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Fushimi, 840 Boardman-Poland Road.

Yes 398

No 163

BOARDMAN PRECINCT 3

Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Fushimi, 840 Boardman-Poland Road.

Yes 370

No 191

CANFIELD TOWNSHIP PRECINCT 8

Weekly sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor for Cocca’s Pizza on northeast corner of South Canfield-Niles Road.

Yes 608

No 142

CANFIELD TOWNSHIP PRECINCT 8

Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor for Cocca’s Pizza on northeast corner of South Canfield-Niles Road.

Yes 582

No 167

COITSVILLE PRECINCT 1

Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Tic Toc Food Mart, 6922 McCartney Road.

Yes 230

No 91

JACKSON PRECINCT 1

Weekly sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Bailey Road 1-76 Travel Center at 12700 Leonard Parkway.

Yes 356

No 109

JACKSON PRECINCT 1

Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Bailey Road 1-76 Travel Center at 12700 Leonard Parkway.

Yes 336

No 129

POLAND VILLAGE PRECINCT 1

Weekly sale of beer, wine and mixed beverages at Stop & Shop, 57 N. Main St.

Yes 586

No 182

POLAND VILLAGE PRECINCT 1

Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Stop & Shop, 57 N. Main St.

Yes 537

No 229

SPRINGFIELD TWP. PRECINCT 6

Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at the VFW Triangle Post 2799, 3161 E. South Range Road.

Yes 295

No 97

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MAHONING COUNTY

58TH OHIO HOUSE DISTRICT

Michele Lepore-Hagan* (D) ; Corrine L. Sanderson (R); Andrea Mahone

• VINDY STORY: Three incumbents in the state Legislature representing Mahoning and Columbiana counties are facing challengers in this election

• VINDY SAYS: Boccieri, Sanderson excel in House district contests

59TH OHIO HOUSE DISTRICT

John Boccieri* (D); Don Manning (R)

• VINDY STORY: Three incumbents in the state Legislature representing Mahoning and Columbiana counties are facing challengers in this election

• VINDY SAYS: Boccieri, Sanderson excel in House district contests

COUNTY COMMISSIONER

(Term begins 1/2/17)

Anthony T. Traficanti* (D); Adam L. Rutushin (R)

• VINDY SAYS: Traficanti, Ditzler merit the support of the voters

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COUNTY COMMISSIONER

(Term begins 1/3/17)

David C. Ditzler* (D); George Levendis (R)

• VINDY SAYS: Traficanti, Ditzler merit the support of the voters

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CORONER

David Kennedy* (D), John J. Vargo (R)

• VINDY SAYS: Kennedy earns re-election as Mahoning Co. coroner

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ENGINEER

Patrick T. Ginnetti* (D)

PROSECUTOR

Paul J. Gains* (D)

RECORDER

Noralynn Palermo* (D); Steven M. Carter (R)

SHERIFF

Jerry Greene* (D)

TREASURER

Daniel R. Yemma* (D); Christine Lucarell Oliver (R)

VINDY STORY: Insurance agent challenges county treasurer

CLERK OF COURTS

Anthony Vivo* (D); David Shaffer

7TH DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE

Gene Donofrio*

COMMON PLEAS COURT JUDGE

Anthony M. D’Apolito; Shirley J. Christian*

• VINDY SAYS: Experience gives Christian edge in judicial race

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JUVENILE COURT JUDGE

Theresa Dellick*.

COUNTY COURT JUDGE

David A. D’Apolito

ISSUES

MAHONING COUNTY: A 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy for the board of developmental disabilities to raise $5,304,225 annually.

YOUNGSTOWN: A citizen-initiative Community Bill of Rights charter amendment to do, among other things, ban fracking in the city.

YOUNGSTOWN: A citizen-initiative charter amendment to give additional rights to part-time workers.

YOUNGSTOWN: A charter amendment to eliminate a $12 fine for council members who miss meetings.

YOUNGSTOWN: A charter amendment to no longer restrict the city from making financial transactions by check only.

YOUNGSTOWN: A charter amendment requiring city council to redistrict up to 180 days after a U.S. Census if there’s a difference of at least 10 percent between the most- and least-populous wards.

YOUNGSTOWN: A charter amendment removing language requiring the mayor to appoint a member from the defunct park and recreation commission to the city’s planning commission.

AUSTINTOWN: A 1-mill, 5-year additional levy for roads and bridges work to raise $614,955 annually.

AUSTINTOWN: A 1-mill additional levy for a continuous period of time for police services to raise $614,995 annually.

BERLIN: A 1.75-mill, 5-year additional levy for roads and bridges work to raise $82,854 annually.

BOARDMAN: A 3-mill, 5-year renewal levy for current expenses to raise $1,320,490 annually.

BOARDMAN: A 0.7-mill, 5-year renewal levy for current expenses to raise $260,391 annually.

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to increase the number of council members from five to seven with two being “at-large.”

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to provide “sufficient time” at council meetings for the public to speak.

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to change language from “three members” to “simple majority” to pass legislation.

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to increase mayor’s term from two years to four years.

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to give mayor authority to appoint the police chief.

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to change language in Section 4.04 to clear up “ambiguous and contradictory language.”

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to give mayor authority to appoint fire chief.

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to make charter compliant with state civil-service laws.

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to change language from “three members” to “simple majority.”

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to allow “expenditures by city to increase or decrease as inflation fluctuates and to set the maximum expenditure amount allowed to be only 10 percent of amount allowed under Ohio Revised Code for state agencies to purchase supplies and services without competitive selections.”

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to change nominating petition language for at-large council members, if approved by voters, requiring candidates to get at least 100 signatures.

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to remove any part of charter found to be unconstitutional by the Ohio Supreme Court.

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to not require 30 copies of agendas and proposed ordinances be made available to public for every council meeting and be replaced with “sufficient copies.”

CAMPBELL: A charter amendment to have the director of law serve a two-year term starting Dec. 1 after November election.

CANFIELD CITY: A 3.9-mill, 5-year additional levy for police services to raise $767,546 annually.

CARDINAL JOINT FIRE DISTRICT: A 0.42-mill, 5-year renewal levy for current operating expenses to raise $213,995 annually.

GREEN: A 1.5-mill, 5-year replacement levy for current expenses to raise $126,249 annually.

NEW MIDDLETOWN: A 2-mill, 5-year additional levy for police services to raise $49,583 annually.

POLAND VILLAGE: A 1-mill, 5-year renewal levy for police services to raise $57,233 annually.

POLAND TOWNSHIP: A 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy for road improvements to raise $204,232 annually.

• VINDY STORY: Poland voters to consider levy renewals

SEBRING: A 1-mill, 5-year renewal levy for recreational purposes to raise $30,088 annually.

SEBRING: A 3-mill, 5-year renewal levy for fire services to raise $129,978 annually.

SPRINGFIELD: A 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy for current expenses to raise $177,346 annually.

SPRINGFIELD: A 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy for fire services to raise $231,391 annually.

BOARDMAN SCHOOLS: A 5.5-mill, 10-year renewal levy – replacing two existing levies – for emergency requirements to raise $4,646,975 annually.

• VINDY SAYS: Support property-tax levy renewals for public schools

SEBRING SCHOOLS: A 1-percent, 5-year income tax renewal to raise $500,000 annually.

LIQUOR OPTIONS

YOUNGSTOWN PRECINCT 4D: Permit the Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Dash Inn, 2716 Mahoning Ave.

YOUNGSTOWN PRECINCT 6C: Permit the Monday-to-Saturday sale of beer and mixed beverages at the Market Street Express, 3130 Market St.

YOUNGSTOWN PRECINCT 6C: Permit the Sunday sale of beer, wine and mixed beverages at the Market Street Express, 3130 Market St.

YOUNGSTOWN PRECINCT 7C: Permit the Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at True North, 504 E. Midlothian Blvd.

BEAVER PRECINCT 4: Permit the Monday-to-Saturday sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Vineyards at Pine Lake, 14101 Market St.

BEAVER PRECINCT 4: Permit the Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Vineyards at Pine Lake, 14101 Market St.

BEAVER PRECINCT 4: Permit the Monday-to-Saturday off-premises sale of beer in the precinct.

BEAVER PRECINCT 4: Permit the Monday-to-Saturday off-premises sale of wine and mixed beverages in the precinct.

BEAVER PRECINCT 4: Permit the Sunday off-premises sale of wine and mixed beverages in the precinct.

BOARDMAN PRECINCT 1: Permit the Monday-to-Saturday sale of beer at the Casual Pint, 393 Boardman-Poland Road.

BOARDMAN PRECINCT 3: Permit the Monday-to-Saturday sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Fushimi, 840 Boardman-Poland Road.

BOARDMAN PRECINCT 3: Permit the Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Fushimi, 840 Boardman-Poland Road.

CANFIELD TOWNSHIP PRECINCT 8: Permit the Monday-to-Saturday sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor for Cocca’s Pizza on northeast corner of South Canfield-Niles Road.

CANFIELD TOWNSHIP PRECINCT 8: Permit the Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor for Cocca’s Pizza on northeast corner of South Canfield-Niles Road.

COITSVILLE PRECINCT 1: Permit the Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Tic Toc Food Mart, 6922 McCartney Road.

JACKSON PRECINCT 1: Permit the Monday-to-Saturday sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Bailey Road 1-76 Travel Center at 12700 Leonard Parkway.

JACKSON PRECINCT 1: Permit the Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Bailey Road 1-76 Travel Center at 12700 Leonard Parkway.

POLAND VILLAGE PRECINCT 1: Permit the Monday-to-Saturday sale of beer, wine and mixed beverages at Stop & Shop, 57 N. Main St.

POLAND VILLAGE PRECINCT 1: Permit the Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Stop & Shop, 57 N. Main St.

SPRINGFIELD PRECINCT 6: Permit the Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at the VFW Triangle Post 2799, 3161 E. South Range Road.

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