2018 General Election FInal Results | Ohio, Mahoning, Trumbull


The candidates, issues and liquor options from the general-election Tuesday. An * denotes incumbents.

NOTE: State race totals are not complete

OHIO

ISSUE 1

A constitutional amendment to reduce penalties for crimes of obtaining, possessing, and using illegal drugs. Shall the amendment be approved? Yes 1,505,910 No 2,652,837

GOVERNOR

Richard Cordray (D) 1,927,397

Mike DeWine (R) 2,139,965

Constance Newton (G) 46,326

Travis M. Irvine (L) 75,011

SECRETARY OF STATE

Kathleen Clyde (D) 1,944,895 Frank LaRose (R) 2,142,008 Dustin R. Nanna (L) 98,121

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Steve Dettelbach (D) 1.976,419 Dave Yost (R) 2,201,819

TREASURER

Rob Richardson Jr. (D) 1,917,990 Robert Sprague (R) 2,231,737

AUDITOR

Robert C. Coogan (L) 166,805 Keith Faber (R) 2.086,482 yZack Space (D) 1,904,812

SUPREME COURT

(Jan. 1, 2019 term) Craig Baldwin 1,336,940 Michael P. Donnelly 2,076,578

(Jan. 2, 2019 term) Mary DeGenaro* 1,610,565 Melody J. Stewart 1,769,536

U.S. SENATE

Sherrod Brown (D)* 2,238,601 Jim Renacci (R) 1,990,035

U.S. HOUSE

6TH DISTRICT Bill Johnson (R) 169,668 Shawna Roberts (D) 75,196 13TH DISTRICT Chris DePizzo (R) 96,225 Tim Ryan (D) 149,271

Source: Election boards, Ohio Secretary of State

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MAHONING CO.

STATE SENATE (33rd)

John Boccieri (D) 59,262 Michael A. Rulli (R) 65,531

STATE REP (58TH)

Michele Lepore-Hagan* (D) 25,319 David T. Simon (R) 10,784

STATE REP (59TH)

Don Manning (R) 26,113 Eric Ungaro (D) 25,704

COMMISSIONER

Rick Barron (R) 35,662 Carol Rimedio-Righetti (D)* 51,423

AUDITOR

Ralph T. Meacham (R)* 58,147

COMMON PLEAS JUDGE

(Jan. 1, 2019 term) Anthony Donofrio 62,929

County Court Judge

(Jan. 1, 2019 term) Scott D. Hunter* 36,296

County Court Judge

(Jan. 2, 2019 term) Joseph M. Houser* 34,358

County Court Judge

(Term starting Jan. 3, 2019) A. Ross Douglass 5,122 Matt Gambrel 5,917 Christopher Sammarone 7,531 J.P. Morgan 7,060 Kathy McNabb Welsh 10,050 Molly Johnson 11,885

APPELLATE COURT (7TH)

(Feb. 9, 2019 term) Kathleen Bartlett* 82,637 David A. D’Apolito 86,354

ISSUES

MENTAL HEALTH & RECOVERY BOARD: A 1.35-mill levy – a 0.85-mill renewal and a 0.5-mill increase – for five years for current expenses. For the tax levy 49,591 Against the tax levy 38,564

CHILDREN SERVICES: A 1.85-mill, 5-year renewal levy for care and placement of children. For the tax levy 59,313 Against the tax levy 28,789

AUSTINTOWN: A 3.2-mill levy – a 2.4-mill replacement and a 0.8-mill increase – levy for police services. For the tax levy 7,571 Against the tax levy 6,535

BEAVER: Give the township the authority to aggregate retail natural gas for its residents. Yes 1,594 No 1,179

BEAVER: A 1-mill, 5-year additional levy for the fire department. For the tax levy 1,765 Against the tax levy 1,178

BERLIN: Give the township the authority to aggregate retail natural gas for its residents. Yes 536 No 294

BOARDMAN: A 0.6-mill levy – a 0.3-mill renewal and a 0.3-mill increase – for park purposes. yFor the tax levy 8,628 Against the tax levy 8,887

CAMPBELL: Renewal of a 1-percent income tax for five years. For the income tax 1,621 Against the income tax 983

CANFIELD: A charter amendment to restrict council members, including current ones, from serving more than four consecutive terms. For the amendment 2,435 Against the amendment 1,466

CANFIELD: A charter amendment to have council members, starting with the 2019 general election, elected to four-year terms. For the amendment 1,961 Against the amendment 1,926

COITSVILLE: A 2-mill additional levy for fire protection for a continuing period of time. For the tax levy 376 Against the tax levy 223

ELLSWORTH: Give the township the authority to aggregate retail natural gas for its residents. Yes 640 No 355

GREEN: Give the township the authority to aggregate retail natural gas for its residents. Yes 828 No 529

JACKSON: Give the township the authority to aggregate retail natural gas for its residents. Yes 485 No 398

JACKSON: A 1.5-mill additional levy for a continuous period of time for the police department. For the tax levy 590 Against the tax levy 381

POLAND TOWNSHIP: A 2.03-mill, 7-year additional levy for streets and bridges. For the tax levy 3,379 Against the tax levy 3,152

SEBRING: A 0.5-mill, 5-year renewal levy for recreational purposes. For the tax levy 769 Against the tax levy 484

SMITH: A 1-mill, 5-year additional levy for current expenses. yFor the tax levy 571 Against the tax levy 728

STRUTHERS: A 3-mill, 5-year renewal levy for streets and bridges. For the tax levy 2,566 Against the tax levy 956

WESTERN RESERVE JFD: A 1-mill additional levy for a continuous period of time for fire services. For the tax levy 4,471 Against the tax levy 3,160

BOARDMAN SCHOOLS: A 2.4-mill, 10-year renewal levy for emergency requirements. For the tax levy 7,974 Against the tax levy 7,837

POLAND SCHOOLS: A 2.65-mill, 5-year renewal levy for emergency requirements. For the tax levy 4,373 Against the tax levy 3,138

SOUTH RANGE SCHOOLS: An 8.8-mill, 10-year renewal levy for 10 years to avoid an operating deficit. For the tax levy 1,677 Against the tax levy 1,496

WEST BRANCH SCHOOLS: A 0.5-percent, 5-year additional earned income Xtax. yFor the income tax 1,014 Against the income tax 1,609

YOUNGSTOWN: Amendment eliminating term limits for city council members. For the amendment 8,174 Against the amendment 7,898

YOUNGSTOWN: Amendment eliminating term limits for city council president. For the amendment 8,386 Against the amendment 7,826

YOUNGSTOWN: Amendment to enact Drinking Water Protection Bill of Rights. For the amendment 7,232 Against the amendment 9,569

LIQUOR OPTIONS

AUSTINTOWN PRECINCT 13: Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Fabulous Times, 3681 Connecticut Ave. Yes 178 No 125

AUSTINTOWN PRECINCT 19: Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Marino’s, 5423 Mahoning Ave. Yes 344 No 121

BOARDMAN PRECINCT 2: Weekly sale of spirituous liquor at Fire Fox Cafe, 7393 California Ave. Yes 380 No 200

BOARDMAN PRECINCT 3: Weekly sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Pho Saigon, 6532 South Ave. Yes 348 No 132 BOARDMAN PRECINCT 3: Sunday sale of beer, wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Pho Saigon. Yes 336 No 146

BOARDMAN PRECINCT 29: Weekly sale of beer at Roxbury Pizza, 558 E. Western Reserve Road. Yes 354 No 114 BOARDMAN PRECINCT 29: Sunday sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Roxbury Pizza. Yes 346 No 124

ELLSWORTH PRECINCT 2: Weekly sale of wine, mixed beverages at Ellsworth Sunoco, 11025 Akron-Canfield Road. Yes 416 No 138 ELLSWORTH PRECINCT 2: Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Ellsworth Sunoco. Yes 398 No 158

Source: Election board

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TRUMBULL CO.

COMMISSIONER

Frank S. Fuda (D)* 42,638 Niki Frenchko 2,407 Mary E. Williams (R) 28,011

AUDITOR

Adrian S. Biviano (D)* 53,021

CORONER

(Unexpired term) Thomas James (D)* 53,399

STATE REP (63RD)

Glenn W. Holmes (D)* 23,136 Jim Hughes (R) 18,131

STATE REP (64TH)

Michael J. O’Brien (D)* 17,712 Martha Yoder (R) 13,534

COMMON PLEAS COURT

(Jan. 1, 2019 term) Ronald J. Rice 49,895 (Jan. 3, 2019 term) Andrew D. Logan 50,182

DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT

(Jan. 1, 2019 term) Sandra Stabile Harwood* 48,390 (Jan. 3, 2019 term) Samuel F. Bluedorn 31,434 Sarah Thomas Kovoor 30,593

COUNTY COURT

Eastern District Marty Nosich 9,776

APPELLATE COURT

11TH DISTRICT (2/9/19 term) Matt Lynch 139,379 Darya Klammer 111,094

ISSUES

BAZETTA: A 3-mill additional levy for five years for roads and bridges. For the tax levy 1,301 Against the tax levy 1,554

BLOOMFIELD: A 0.7-mill replacement tax for five years for current expenses. For the tax levy 223 Against the tax levy 90

BRISTOL SCHOOLS: A 0.7-mill additional tax for five years for safety and security. For the tax levy 791 Against the tax levy 893

BROOKFIELD SCHOOLS: A 1.9-mill additional tax for five years for repairs and construction. For the tax levy 1,459 Against the tax levy 2,106

BROOKFIELD: A zoning plan establishing land-use zones. For the tax levy 1,534 Against the tax levy 1,996

CHAMPION: A 1.2-mill renewal for five years for maintaining fire equipment. For the tax levy 2,766 Against the tax levy 1,080

FARMINGTON: A 2.5-mill additional tax for a continuing period of time for street and bridge repair and resurfacing. For the tax levy 224 Against the tax levy 276

GUSTAVUS: A 1-mill tax renewal for five years for maintaining and operating cemeteries. For the tax levy 286 Against the tax levy 85

GUSTAVUS: A 2.8-mill renewal tax for four year for maintaining fire services. For the tax levy 301 Against the tax levy 69

HARTFORD: A 2-mill renewal tax for five years for police vehicles and communications. For the tax levy 549 Against the tax levy 295

HUBBARD TOWNSHIP: A 3.5-mill additional tax for a continuing period of time for police services. For the tax levy 1,091 Against the tax levy 1,106

JOHNSTON: A 2-mill renewal tax for five years for fire services. For the tax levy 520 Against the tax levy 226

LABRAE SCHOOLS: A 3-mill renewal levy for five years for renovating and equipping school sites. For the tax levy 1,527 Against the tax levy 750

LAKEVIEW SCHOOLS: A 3.2-mill renewal levy for five years for emergency requirements. For the tax levy 2,935 Against the tax levy 2,809

LIBERTY SCHOOLS: A 3.7-mill renewal levy for five years for emergency requirements. For the tax levy 2,683 Against the tax levy 2,269

LIBERTY: A replacement of 1.25 mills of an existing tax and an increase of 1.25 mills for 12 years for general construction. For the tax levy 2,604 Against the tax levy 2,309

MAPLEWOOD SCHOOLS: A 5-mill renewal for five years for renovating and remodeling. For the tax levy 1,152 Against the tax levy 917

MECCA: A 1-mill additional tax for five years for current expenses. For the tax levy 433 Against the tax levy 523

NEWTON: A 0.5-mill renewal for five years for cemetery maintenance. For the tax levy 1.756 Against the tax levy 1,089

NEWTON FALLS JFD: A 2.5-mill renewal for five years for providing emergency medical service. For the tax levy 1,923 Against the tax levy 936

NEWTON FALLS: A 2-mill additional tax for a continuing period of time for roads and bridges. For the tax levy 639 Against the tax levy 686

NILES SCHOOLS: An 11.7-mill substitute levy for a continuing period of time for necessary requirements. For the tax levy 2,467 Against the tax levy 3,845

SOUTHINGTON SCHOOLS: A 3.85-mill additional levy for four years for emergency requirements. For the tax levy 636 Against the tax levy 664

SOUTHINGTON: A 1-mill additional tax for a continuing period of time for the fire department and EMS protection. For the tax levy 801 Against the tax levy 504

WARREN TOWNSHIP: A 1.5-mill renewal for five years for police vehicles and communications. For the tax levy 1,019 Against the tax levy 417

WEST FARMINGTON: A 6.6-mill renewal for five years for operating expenses. For the tax levy 90 Against the tax levy 36

LIQUOR OPTIONS

Girard PRECINCT 4C: Sunday sale of beer, wine and mixed beverages at Trumbull Grocery, 421 Trumbull Ave. Yes 170 No 81

HUBBARD PRECINCT 1B: Sunday sale of spirituous liquor at Eagle Grille and Tavern, 29 N. Main St. Yes 263 No 87

HUBBARD TOWNSHIP PRECINCT A: Sunday sale of beer at Brookfield Sunoco, 1837 Brookfield Road. Yes 403 No 199

JOHNSTON PRECINCT B: Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Quinn’s Johnston Market, 6210 Youngstown-Kingsville Road. Yes 235 No 130

WARREN PRECINCT 4D: Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages at Cruise Thru, 452 Elm Road. Yes 240 No 87

Source: Election board

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