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.
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
The levy passed, according to final but unofficial results from the Summit County Board of Elections.
Voters approved Issue 25, a 4.5-mill renewal levy requested by the Summit County Developmental Disabilities Board. Here are the final but unofficial vote tallies from the Summit County Board of Elections: For the levy: 114,614 Against the levy: 48,945 An election watch party Tuesday evening at the Red Fox Party Center in Cuyahoga Falls attracted a large number of Summit DD employees, people who receive services and their families. "Thanks to the many voters who approved this, 4,000 people with developmental disabilities will continue to receive services. Summit County is a place where there is no waiting for services," said Kevin McGee, director of public and community relations for Summit DD. He gives a great deal of credit to the …