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According to unofficial election results posted on the website of Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose Wednesday morning, Aug. 9, the ballot initiative was defeated 1,744,094 votes (57.01%) to 1,315,346 (42.99%) votes.
In a special statewide election on Tuesday, Aug. 8, Ohio voters will vote on a single ballot item: Issue 1, which aims to elevate the standards to pass and qualify for a citizen-initiated constitutional amendment for the state.
The filing period for the November municipal election is nearing its deadline. Those seeking candidacy have until Wednesday, Aug. 4, at 4 p.m., to file their petitions for election with the Greene County Board of Elections.
In a special statewide election on Tuesday, Aug. 8, Ohio voters will approve or reject a proposed ballot initiative that will make it harder to amend the Ohio state constitution.
Republican candidates swept the majority of state races in the Tuesday, Nov. 8 midterm elections, according to unofficial results posted by the Office of the Ohio Secretary of State as of Wednesday morning, Nov. 9.
Voters in the Nov. 8 Ohio election will decide on a ballot issue that would constitutionally disallow noncitizen voters from participating in local elections, if passed.
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, Ohio voters will elect a representative for the U.S Senate, governor, state auditor, attorney general and many other state and local officials, including judges.
Preliminary results of the Tuesday, Aug. 2, special primary election are now available. The election was scheduled for August following the initial May primary due to ongoing legal disputes over the redrawing of Ohio district voting maps.
Voters in Yellow Springs — located in the 10th District comprising the 441, 442 and 443 precincts — will help decide election outcomes in special primaries on Tuesday, Aug. 2.
Of the 118,083 registered voters in Greene County, only 29,706 county residents cast their votes — just 25% of eligible voters. A total of 22,014 Republicans voted, 6,957 Democrats and 735 non-partisans.