Though all results are unofficial until certified, here’s the latest from yesterday’s voting in Williams County, according to results provided by the Williams County Board of Elections:
Issue 2, the 1-mill, 5-year renewal levy to fund the Maple Grove Union Cemetery District, passed.
Issue 3, the 1-mill, 5-year renewal levy to found the Springfield Township Park District, also passed.
Issue 8, to approve the 11 a.m. to midnight Sunday sale of wine and mixed drinks at the Unity Mini Mart in West Unity, did not pass.
Issue 9, to approve the sale of beer, wine and mixed drinks at the Unity Mini Mart, also failed .
Issue 10, to approve the 10 a.m. to midnight Sunday sale of wine and mixed drinks form the Unity Mini Mart failed.
Issue 11, a 0.7-mill, 5-year renewal levy to fund Bridgewater Township fire protection passed.
Issue 12, a 1-mill, 5-year levy renewal to fund Jefferson Township fire protection, passed.
Issue 13, a 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy to fund Springfield Township fire protection passed.
For Governor and Lt. Governor, incumbent Republicans John Kasich and Mary Taylor got more than 73 percent of the vote, winning another term.
For state Attorney General, incumbent Republican Mike DeWine received 71 percent, and Democrat challenger David pepper came in with just shy of 29 percent.
For Auditor of State, incumbent Republican Dave Yost beat Democrat challenger John Patrick Carney and Libertarian challenger Bob Bridges.
For Secretary of State, incumbent Republican Jon Husted, who is from Montpelier, defeated Democrat challenger Nina Turner and Libertarian challenger Kevin Knedler.
For Treasurer of State, incumbent Republican Josh Mandel defeated Democrat Connie Pillich.
For Fifth Congressional Representative, incumbent Republican Bob Latta beat Democrat challenger Robert Fry and Libertarian Eric Eberly.
For 81st District State Representative to replace the retiring Lynn Wachtmann, Republican Robert McColley defeated Democrat John Lymanstall.
For State Supreme Court Justice, Sharon Kennedy and Judi French both won.
For 6th District Court of Appeals Thomas J. Osowik and Arlene Singer were both winners.