Friday, November 9, 2012
Issue 67, the Stow-Munroe Falls District's renewal levy, passed by more than 3,000 votes. Find out which precinct overall wasn't in favor of it passing.
Issue 67, the district's 10-year 7.84-mill levy passed by 3,060 votes Nov. 6, 2012. All but one Stow precinct out of 19 was collectively in favor of the Stow-Munroe Falls School District's renewal levy passing — precinct 3-C. According to final but unofficial results from the Summit County Board of Elections, 11,549 voted for the levy and 8,489 voted against it. The renewal levy will cost the owner of a $100,000 home: Collection will begin in 2014. Precinct 3-C collectively was against the levy's passage — but only slightly. In 3-C, 23 more people were against the levy than for it. People who live on portions of Bryn Mawr Drive, Samira Road Conwill Road, Uniondale Avenue, Liberty Road and Klein Avenue east of Darrow Road and North of …
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Take a look at the tallies for each precinct in Stow — did your section of town vote Republican or Democrat?
Barack Obama won the national vote and he won in Ohio. But, if Stow alone decided the next president of the United States, Mitt Romney would be the winner. According to unofficial results from the Summit County Board of Elections, 147 more Stow voters picked Romney over President Barack Obama — who was re-elected Nov. 6, 2012. In Stow, 8,863 voted for Obama and 9,010 voted for Romney. One person in the entire city voted for Stewart Alexander of the Socialist party. The polling results contradict a campaign donation report for Stow. Far more Stow residents gave money to the Obama campaign than Romney's. 3-B 4-E 0 1 1 12 448 522 3
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.
Betty Destafano has been volunteering at the polls for 25 years and almost every piece of clothing she is wearing is red, white and blue.
Stow resident Betty Destafano got a call 25 years ago asking her to volunteer at the polls, but she said she wishes she had started 25 years before that. The almost 70-year-old is helping out on election day for the 25th time. Destafano says she's very patriotic and it shows. Nearly every piece of clothing and every accessory she had on while working at a table at the Akron-General Health and Wellness Center had a flag on it or was red, white and blue. "I'm very patriotic — I stand for freedom," a smiling Destafano said. On Tuesday she was wearing flag socks, shoes, shirt, jacket, glasses, buttons and jewelry — including a flag watch and a ruby, sapphire and diamond ring. "My friends give me red, white and blue flag things all the time…
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
The final, unofficial results from the Summit County Board of Elections is in. Find out who won the at-large, Wards 1, 2, 3 and 4 council races.
Here's the results for all of the Stow City Council races. All results are final, but unofficial, according to the Summit County Board of Elections. At-Large: Pribonic, Rasor and D'Antonio are the new at-large councilmembers. (30 of 30 precincts counted) Statement from Rasor: "I think the biggest problem with Stow's elections are that candidates are unwilling to discuss the issues, and how they would resolve them. Without such a contrast, often it becomes a name recognition game. Regardless of the forces at play with my re-election in particular, I am very grateful for the strong support. I will continue to fight for efficient use of government dollars and for transparency at city hall." Statement from D'Antonio: "I would like to thank the…
Issue 20 passed by 557 votes and busing for high school students will be re-instituted Monday.
Issue 20, a 6.57-mill 10-year operating levy, was passed in Stow by 557 votes Nov. 8. Here are the final but unofficial voting results from the Summit County Board of Elections: (39 of 39 precincts counted) "We're very apreciateive of the support of the community. We have cut $8 million from budget and reached academic highs that the districts never achieved before in terms of an 'Excellent' rating, all time high ACT scores and being on the AP honor roll," said Superintendent Russ Jones. "I think the community has recognized our 'excellence' in academics and voted to support that — we appreciate that." Further cuts will not be made, instead busing, in the form of cluster stops, will be instituted for high school students starting Monday…
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
The results are unofficial from the Summit County Board of Elections website.
Brian Lowdermilk and Annie Hanson will both vie for a Ward 3 Stow City Council position in the general election this November. The results are unofficial from the Summit County Board of Elections website: Lowdermilk received the most votes — 366 (51.69 percent) and Hanson received 295 (41.67 percent). The third candidate, Joseph Lane, was knocked out of the race. He received 47 votes (6.64 percent).
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Residents of Stow took to social media sites to express their reaction to the levy failing Aug. 2.
What was your reaction to finding out Issue 2 failed last night? Share your thoughts on the Stow Patch or Stow Elections Facebook page or comment on this post.