Tuesday, November 6, 2012
In two races that were closer than most in Summit County, Rep. Kristina Daley Roegner of Hudson and County Councilwoman Gloria Rodgers of Stow retained their positions. Continue reading for more 2012 Summit County election results.
(Information is final but unofficial according to the Summit County Board of Elections.) Click here for the results of Issue 67, the Stow-Munroe Falls School District's renewal levy. ------- Last updated: 12:40 a.m. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted 43/43 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 84/84 precincts counted. (67 write-in candidates.) 71/71 precincts counted. (Issue 73 is a 2.25-mill renewal levy for the protection and placement of abused and neglected children.) 202/298 precincts counted. * indicates incumbent.
Monday, September 17, 2012
Rodgers is the incumbent.
Name : Ms. Gloria J. Rodgers Job titles held : NA Employers : NA Party affiliation : Republican Running for a: Local office Running for position: Summit County Council Chamber/district: Summit County govt. Incumbent: Yes Previous elective offices : NA Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: NA Address 1755 Merriman Road, Suite 250 Akron OH 44313
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
All the information you need to vote March 6 in one quick glance.
It's election day in Summit County! Here's a quick reference guide to everything you need to know March 6: • Polling locations open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m. Not sure where to vote? The Summit County Board of Elections offers a quick online way to find your polling location. • Click here to find out what forms of identification are accepted to vote today. • The Republican Presidential Primary • Summit County Races: • District 37, Ohio House Be sure to take the straw polls about who you plan to/voted for on county council and all other elected county positions. Stow Patch will be updating one post with votes as they are reported by the Summit County Board of Elections. Make sure to refresh the page as the night goes on for …
Monday, March 5, 2012
There's still time to decide, but take our unscientific poll if you know who you'll vote for on Summit County Council March 6.
Last month Patch shared who was running for office in Summit County March 6, now we want to know ... who has your vote on Super Tuesday? Click here to take a poll on who has your vote for Summit County officials like sheriff, executive, clerk of courts, etc. Patch will have election numbers updated as often as possible Tuesday night after the polls close. Check back for coverage.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Find what seats are up for election in the primary March 6.
There's quite a few races in Summit County on the March 6 ballot. Here's a list of those running for election: (* Denotes candidates without websites.) • SUMMIT COUNTY EXECUTIVE: • SUMMIT COUNTY PROSECUTOR • SUMMIT COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS • SUMMIT COUNTY SHERIFF (Currently Drew Alexander) • SUMMIT COUNTY FISCAL OFFICER • SUMMIT COUNTY ENGINEER • AT-LARGE • DISTRICT 1 • DISTRICT 2 • DISTRICT 3 • DISTRICT 4 • DISTRICT 5 • DISTRICT 6 • DISTRICT 7 • DISTRICT 8 (Information supplied by the Summit County Board of Elections.)
Monday, January 23, 2012
Presidential candidates are only a small part of the ballot
Ohio voters will decide much more than the Republican Presidential primary on March 6. It's a major election that will narrow fields of candidates in a number of state, regional, judicial and county races, as well as decide local issues in some communities. Here's what you need to know: Deadlines for Voters • You can register to vote until Feb. 6, which is 30 days before the election. • If you want to vote by mail, the county Board of Elections has to have absentee ballots ready by Jan. 31. You have until noon on March 3 to apply for an absentee ballot from your county Board of Elections. • That ballot must be postmarked by March 5 and received by the Board of Elections by March 16 to be counted. • In-person voting by absentee ballot at …
Monday, August 29, 2011
Nick Kostandaras named to Executive Council, County Commissioners Association of Ohio.
Summit County Council will approve a resolution to name Councilman Nick Kostandaras (D-1) the official representative to the Executive Council of County Commissioners Association of Ohio in 2011. Council Member Paula Prentice is alternate. Kostandaras represents District 1, which currently includes Bath Township, until redistricting takes effect. Prentice represents District 8. Council will discuss staying its temporary hiring freeze to hire an assistant fiscal officer, assessing Copley residents for drainage maintenance and other issues. See the attached agenda. If you go: The Summit County Council holds its regular meeting at 5 today, Aug. 29. Council meets in the County Administration Building, 175 S. Main St., Akron, 44308. Call (330) …