Here are election results as of November 23 as reported by Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren counties. The State-wide and U.S. Congress results are those reported from the Ohio Secretary of State.

If you notice any errors in this report please EMAIL us so we can make corrections.

The Voter Turnout in Clermont County was 76.71%

The Voter Turnout in Hamilton County was 72.44%

The Voter Turnout in Warren County was 81.8%


For President

Clermont County

Joe Biden 34,092Β (30.79%)

Donald Trump 74,570 (67.36%) √

Hamilton County

Joe Biden 246,266 (57.15%) √

Donald Trump 177,886 (41.28%)

Warren County

Joe Biden 46,069 (33.76%)

Donald Trump 87,988 (64.49%) √

State-Wide

Joe Biden 2,603,681 (45.18%)

Donald Trump 3,074,418 (53.35%) √

The AP reported National Totals on November 23:

Joe Biden has 306 Electoral College Votes –Β  51.1% (79,896,713 total votes) √

Donald Trump has 232 Electoral College Votes 47.2% (total 73,826,657)
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270 Electoral College Votes are needed to win
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The Associated Press has called this race for Joe Biden Β· Learn more
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On Monday, November 23 the U.S. General Services Administration formally “Ascertained” Biden as the “Apparent Winner” and will move ahead with the Presidential transition proceedings.
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FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS (1ST DISTRICT)

Democrat Kate Schroder

Hamilton County 130,362 (51.85%)

Warren County 41,660 (31.11%)

Total 166,061 (44.55%)

Republican Steve Chabot

Hamilton County 112,489 (44.74%)

Warren County 87,071 (65.01%)

Total 193,637 (51.95%) √

FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS (2ND DISTRICT)

Democrat Jaime M. Castle

Clermont County 29,366 (27.09%)Β 

Hamilton County 93,554 (54.11%)

Total 143,436 (38.90%)

Republican Brad Wenstrup

Clermont County 78,985 (72.86%)

Hamilton County 79,319 (45.88%)

Total 225,271 (61.09%) √


State Races

For State Representative (65th District)

Republican Jean Schmidt 44,435 (65.08%) √

Democrat Alan Darnowsky 23,019 (33.71%)

FOR STATE SENATOR (8TH DISTRICT)

Democrat Daniel Brown74,565

Republican Louis W. Blessing III 112,313 √

For State Senator (14th District)

Republican Terry A. Johnson 75,051 √

Democratic Ryan Ottney 31,089

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (27TH DISTRICT)

Democrat Sara Bitter 33,339

Republican Tom Brinkman 37,723 √

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (28TH DISTRICT)

Democrat Jessica E. Miranda 35,353 √

Chris Monzel 33,039

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (29TH DISTRICT)

Cindy Abrams 43,320 √

Unopposed

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (30TH DISTRICT)

Bill Seitz 42,269 √

Tom Roll 16,426

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (31ST DISTRICT)

Democrat Brigid Kelly 42,180 √

Unopposed

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (32ND DISTRICT)

Democrat Catherine D. Ingram 42,055 √

Unopposed

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (33RD DISTRICT)

Democrat Sedrick Denson 41,500 √

Republican Mary Hill 13,901

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (54th DISTRICT)

Morgan Showen 22,261 (38.04%)

Paul Zeltwanger 36,261 (61.96%) √

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE (62nd House)

Scott Lipps 54,802 (74.66%) √

Erin Rosiello 18,596 (25.34%)

For State Representative (66th District)

Adam C. Bird 30,976 (93.26%) √


State Supreme Court

FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT (FULL TERM COMMENCING 1-1-2021)

John P. O’Donnell 2,177,003

Sharon L. Kennedy 2,667,548 √

FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT (FULL TERM COMMENCING 1-2-2021)

Jennifer Brunner 2,624,224 √

Judi French 2,125,979


Hamilton County

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (FULL TERM COMMENCING 1-1-2021)

Heidi Rosales 179,070

Melba Marsh 191,834 √

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS (1ST DISTRICT)

Ginger Bock 204,998 √

Russell J. Mock 160,641

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (JUVENILE DIVISION) (FULL TERM COMMENCING 2-14-2021)

Kari L. Bloom 206,415 √

John M. Williams 159,635

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (FULL TERM COMMENCING 1-2-2021)

Christian A. Jenkins 189,920 √

Pat Dinkelacker 182,333

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (FULL TERM COMMENCING 1-4-2021)

Chris Wagner 208,339 √

Curt C. Hartman 153,252

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (FULL TERM COMMENCING 2-9-2021)

Democrat Jennifer Branch 202,64 √

Elizabeth Callan 159,525

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (FULL TERM COMMENCING 2-10-2021)

Alan C. Triggs 198,81 √

Stacey DeGraffenreid 163,225

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (FULL TERM COMMENCING 2-11-2021)

Democrat Thomas O. Beridon 179,567

Robert A. Goering 189,896 √

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (FULL TERM COMMENCING 2-12-2021)

Wende Cross 202,503 √

Ethna Marie Cooper 159,182

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (FULL TERM COMMENCING 2-13-2021)

Alison Hatheway 213,554 √

Charles J. Kubicki, Jr. 150,233

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (DRUG COURT DIVISION) (FULL TERM COMMENCING 1-3-2021)

Nicole Sanders 207,310 √

Kim Wilson Burke 153,529

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (PROBATE DIVISION) (FULL TERM COMMENCING 2-9-2021)

Pavan Parikh 177,677

Ralph Winkler 201,245 √

FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (DOMESTIC RELATIONS) (FULL TERM COMMENCING 7-1-2021)

Anne B. Flottman 177,888

Amy Searcy189,943 √

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER (FULL TERM COMMENCING 1-2-2021)

Democrat Alicia Reece 212,638 √

Republican Andy Black 187,263

Herman J. Najoli18,843

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER (FULL TERM COMMENCING 1-3-2021)

Democrat Denise Driehaus 241,806 √

Republican Matthew Paul O’Neill 174,088

FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY

Democrat Fanon A. Rucker 200,738

Republican Joseph T. Deters 221,298 √

FOR CLERK OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

Democrat Aftab Pureval 237,825 √

Republican Alex Glandorf 177,524

FOR SHERIFF

Democrat Charmaine McGuffey 218,878 √

Republican Bruce Hoffbauer 198,454

FOR COUNTY RECORDER

Democrat Scott Crowley 216,427 √

Republican Norbert A. Nadel 193,632

FOR COUNTY TREASURER

Democrat Jill Schiller 208,705 √

Republican Charlie Winburn 201,650

FOR ENGINEER

Republican Eric Beck260,343 √

Unopposed

FOR CORONER

Democrat Lakshmi Kode Sammarco 312,990 √

Unopposed


Clermont County

For County Commissioner (Full term commencing 1-2-2021) (Vote for not more than 1)

Republican Bonnie Batchler 75,570 √

Democratic Jeff Richards 30,418

For County Commissioner (Full term commencing 1-3-2021)

David L. Painter Republican 83,912 √

Unopposed

For Prosecuting Attorney

Mark J. Tekulve Republican 85,106 √

Unopposed

For Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas

Acacia Uible Democrat 28,405

Barbara Wiedenbein Republican 76,835 √

For Sheriff

Robert S. Leahy Republican 86,975 √

Unopposed

For County Recorder

Deborah Clepper Republican 85,067 √

Unopposed

For County Treasurer

Jeannie M. Zurmehly Republican 85,710 √

Unopposed

For County Engineer

Jeremy Evans Republican 85,206 √

Unopposed

For Coroner

Brian Treon Republican 85,431 √

Unopposed

For Member of the State Board of Education (10th District)

Mary E. Binegar 38,804

Brendan P. Shea 49,569 √

For Judge of the Court of Appeals (12th District) (Full term commencing 1-1-2021)

Matthew Byrne 76,347 √

Unopposed

For Judge of the Court of Appeals (12th District) (Full term commencing 2-9-2021)

Robert A. Hendrickson 76,325 √

Unopposed

For Judge of the Court of Common Pleas (Probate/Juvenile Division) (Full term commencing 2-9-2021)

James A. Shriver 80,189 √

Unopposed

Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal) Clermont County

A renewal of a tax for the benefit of Clermont County for the purpose of the support of children services and the care and placement of children at a rate not exceeding 0.8 mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.08 for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for 5 years, commencing in 2021, first due in calendar year 2022.

For the Tax Levy 74,985 √

Against the Tax Levy 31,940

Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal) Clermont County

A renewal of a tax for the benefit of Clermont County for the purpose of the operation of community addiction services providers and community mental health services providers and the acquisition, construction, renovation, financing, maintenance, and operation of alcohol and drug addiction facilities and mental health facilities at a rate not exceeding 0.75 mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.075 for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for 5 years, commencing in 2021, first due in calendar year 2022.

For the Tax Levy 70,089 √

Against the Tax Levy 36,332

Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal) Clermont County

A renewal of a tax for the benefit of Clermont County for the purpose of providing or maintaining senior citizens services or facilities at a rate not exceeding 1.3 mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.13 for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for 5 years, commencing in 2021, first due in calendar year 2022.

For the Tax Levy 77,585 √

Against the Tax Levy 29,288


Warren County

County Commissioner 1-2-21

Bob Stein 38,458 (29.64%)

David G. Young 91,286 (70.36%) √

County Commissioner 1-3-21

Shannon Jones 97,000 (100%) √

Unopposed

Prosecutor Attorney

David P. Fornshell 98,161 (100%) √

Unopposed

Court of Common Pleas

James L. Spaeth 97,945 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

Sheriff

Larry Lee Sims 98,248 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

County Recorder

Linda Oda 96,925 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

County Treasurer

Barney Wright 96,985 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

County Engineer

Neil Tunison 97,242 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

Coroner

Russell Uptegrove 96,839 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

Judge of Court of Appeals (12th District) 1-1-2021

Matthew Byrne 87,992 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

Judge of Court of Appeals (12th District) 2-9-2021

Robert A. Hendrickson 86,131 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas (General Division)

Robert Peeler 87,945 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas (Probate and Juvenile)

Joseph Kirby 89,762 (100.00%) √

Unopposed

Little Miami LSD Tax Levy Renewal

For the Tax Levy 11,255 (52.95%) √

Against the Tax Levy 10,002 (47.05%)



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