OHIO CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION
U.S. House of Representatives – Ohio 1
With this win, Congressman Steve Chabot will serve his 13th term as representative for Ohio’s 1st Congressional District. He was unseated for one term in 2008 but won the following election in 2010.
In a message to his constituents, Chabot said: “It is my commitment to you to continue to give it my all in representing you in the U.S. House of Representatives, whoever is President, and whichever party controls the House and the Senate. Please let me know if I can be of any help to you or your family.”
- Steve Chabot (R) — 193,637 votes — 51.9%
- Kate Schroder (D) — 166,061 votes — 44.6%
- Kevin Kahn (L) — 13042 votes — 3.5%
U.S. House of Representatives – Ohio 4
- Jim Jordan (R) — 230,384 votes — 67.9%
- Shannon M. Freshour (D) — 99,663 votes — 29.4%
- Steve Perkins (L) — 9,436 votes — 2.8$
U.S. House of Representatives – Ohio 5
- Bob Latta (R) — 251,713 votes — 68.0%
- Nick Rubando (D) — 118,245 votes — 32.0%
U.S. House of Representatives – Ohio 8
- Warren Davidson (R) — 241,503 votes — 69.1%
- Vanessa Enoch (D) — 108,244 votes — 30.9%
U.S. House of Representatives – Ohio 10
- Mike Turner (R) — 208,347 votes — 58.5%
- Desiree Tims (D) — 147,985 votes — 41.5%
OHIO STATE SENATE
Ohio Senate 6
State Senator-Elect and current State Rep. (R-42) Niraj Antani jumped from the Ohio House to the Ohio Senate.
After his victory was announced on Election Day, Antani took to Twitter to thank his constituents for their support.
“I am truly grateful to have won the election for State Senator! I am so thankful for all of my voters, contributors, team, and supporters. As your State Senator, I will work hard everyday so all Ohioans can have the opportunity to achieve their American Dream!”
- Niraj Antani (R) — 97,025 votes — 53.1%
- Mark Fogel (D) — 85,533 votes — 46.9%
OHIO STATE HOUSE
Ohio Representative 40
- Phil Plummer (R) — 37,465 votes — 65.2%
- Leronda Jackson (D) — 20,020 votes — 34.8%
Clark County Sheriff
- Deborah Burchett (R) — 39,802 votes — 64.5%
- Russell Garman (D) — 21,940 votes — 35.5%
Fairborn Local School District
Bond Issue — 5.83 Mill Tax Levy
Fairborn City Schools said the new bond will last 37 years and pay to build a new high school, performing arts center and athletic fields. It will cost the average homeowner about $240 per year.
To read the full article outlining the recently approved bond issue, click here.
- Yes — 9,539 votes — 55.4%
- No — 7,683 votes — 44.6%
Beavercreek Local Schools
Levy — 9.80 Mill Substitute Levy
Beavercreek Local Schools levy would have replaced a levy of the exact same amount that’s set to expire after next year. The current levy generates $18.5 million for the district each year and wouldn’t have increased taxes for residents.
To read more about what the levy would have done if passed, click here.
- Yes — 15,647 votes — 46.8%
- No — 17,755 votes — 53.2%
Levy — 5.7 Mill Levy
Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools said the failed levy would have helped the district collect around $3.3 million for day-to-day operating expenses. This was the third attempt to pass this levy after it failed in May 2019 and last March.
You can read more about the levy here.
- Yes — 4,914 votes — 47.0%
- No — 5,545 votes — 53.0%
Greeneview Local Schools
Levy — Permanent Income Tax Levy
If it had passed, the levy would have supported general operating expenses, most of which would have covered teachers salaries and benefits. The levy was around for two decades but the district wanted to make it so taxpayers didn’t have to approve it every five years.
To read more about what Greeneview Local Schools levy was for, click here.
- Yes — 2,233 votes — 51.8%
- No — 2,075 votes — 48.2%
Xenia Community Schools
Bond Issue — 2.6 Mill Levy
Initial results show that the levy did not pass, votes were still being counted at the time of this writing. You can read more about what residents of Xenia thought about the levy here.
If passed, the bond issue would have funded construction on a new school that would replace Warner Middle School. To read more about what the district planned to use the money for, click here.
- Yes — 8,137 votes — 48.7%
- No — 8,572 votes — 51.3%
Troy City Schools
Income Tax — .25% Earned Income Tax Levy
Troy City Schools hoped to use the money made from this earned income tax levy to fund educational needs, like an all-day kindergarten program as well as mental and physical support for children.
- Yes — 7,083 votes — 46.6%
- No — 8,117 votes — 53.4%
Montgomery County Commissioner
- Arlene Setzer (R) — 123,593 votes — 48.6%
- Judy Dodge (D) — 130,912 votes — 51.4%
- Bob Matthews (R) — 123,612 votes — 48.6%
- Debbie Lieberman (D) — 130,192 votes — 51.4%
Montgomery County Treasurer
- John McManus (R) — 127,723 votes — 50.5%
- Russ Joseph (D) — 125,414 votes — 49.5%
City of Brookville
Streets Levy — 4.62 Mill Levy
The City of Brookville asked voters to approve a 4.62 mill levy for streets, road and bridges. Though it didn’t pass, it would have cost the owner of a $100,000 home about $162 annually.
To read more about both of Brookville’s levies here.
- Yes — 1,516 votes — 47.8%
- No — 1,655 votes — 52.2%
City of Riverside
Streets Levy — 5 Mill Levy
The City of Riverside asked voters to approve a 5 mill property tax levy to fund paving on residential roads. Election Day was the third attempt to pass the levy in three years. If it had been approved, levy would have cost $14.58 a month per $100,000 home.
Click here to read more about Riverside’s third attempt at passing this levy.
- Yes — 4,827 votes — 49.0%
- No — 5,023 votes — 51.0%
West Carrollton City Schools
Operating Levy — 5.5 Mill Levy
Residents of West Carrollton were asked to vote on a levy intended to fund operations for the school district. This time around the levy is up for renewal and it wouldn’t increase taxes in the area.
To read more about the passed bond issue, click here.
- Yes — 7,140 votes — 57.6%
- No — 5,255 votes — 42.4%
Preble-Shawnee Local Schools
Income Tax — .75% Income Tax Levy
The district put forth a three-quarter of a percent tax on earned income for five years. The money raised would have been used to fund daily operations like staffing costs, stem programming and technology.
For more details on the earned income tax levy, click here.
- Yes — 1,711 votes — 36.6%
- No — 2,970 votes — 63.4%
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