County boards of elections reported that 100,559 provisional ballots were cast. State law does not allow boards to begin counting these ballots until the 11th day after the election. Voters who cast a provisional ballot because they were not able to provide proper ID at the polls may return to their county board of elections within seven days of Election Day to provide an accepted form of ID to have their ballot counted.
A county-by-county breakdown of outstanding absentee ballots, provisional ballots cast and overall ballots cast is available by going to the unofficial results website, https://vote.ohio.gov/, and clicking on the “Ballots Cast” tab.

Results for U.S. Races as of as of 11:38 PM (97.65% Precincts counted)

Up-dated at 9:27 AM, 10-7-18

(Results of the Symmes Street Levy was up-dated 11-8-18 at 6 AM)

Results for Ohio Races and Issues (100 Percent Precincts Reporting)

Results for Clermont County Races and Issues as of 9:19 PM (All Precincts counted)

Results for Hamilton County Races and Issues as of 11:25 PM (All Precincts counted)

Results for Warren County Races and Issues as of 9:43 PM (All Precincts counted)

Board of Elections

Ohio Secretary of State

Clermont County

Hamilton County

Warren County

U.S. Senate and Congress

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) (Incumbent) – 2,286,730

U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci (R) – 2,011,832

Write in candidate Stephen Faris – (Not Available on Election Night.)

U.S. Congress District 1

Steve Chabot (R) (Incumbent) – 151,107

Dirk Kubala (L) – 5,126

Aftab Pureval (D) – 135,467

U.S. Congress District 2

Brad Wenstrup (R) (Incumbent) – 163,450

Jill Schiller (D) – 115,777

James Condit Jr. (G) – 3,473

Statewide Offices

Governor

Richard Cordray (D) – 2,005,627

Travis Irvine (L) – 77,184

Richard Michael DeWine (R) – 2,187,619

Constance Gadell-Newton (G) – 47,664

Lieutenant Governor

Betty Sutton (D) – 2,005,627

Todd Grayson (L) – 77,184

Jon Husted (R) – 2,187,619

Brett Joseph (G) – 47,664

Ohio Secretary of State

Kathleen Clyde (D) – 1,987,916

Dustin Nanna (L) – 99,808

Frank LaRose (R) – 2,166,125

Ohio Attorney General

Steven Dettelbach (D) – 2,021,194

Dave Yost (R) – 2,226,368

Ohio Treasurer

Rob Richardson (D) – 1,960,075

Robert Sprague (R) – 2,257,955

Ohio Auditor of State

Zack Space (D) – 1,946,544

Robert Coogan (L) – 169,767

Keith Faber (R) – 2,110,073

Ohio Supreme Court

Mary DeGenaro (R) (Incumbent) – 1,630,977

Melody Stewart (D) – 1,803,277

Ohio Supreme Court

Michael P. Donnelly (D) – 2,116,136

Craig Baldwin (R) – 1,352,859

Ohio First District Court of Appeals

Ginger Bock (D) – 140,159

Robert C. Winkler (R) – 151,008

Ohio First District Court of Appeals

Dennis Deters (R) (Incumbent) – 136,517

Candace Crouse (D) – 153,119

Ohio First District Court of Appeals

Marilyn Zayas (D) (Incumbent) – 168,728

Dale Stalf (R) – 112,210

Ohio First District Court of Appeals

Charles M. Miller (R) (Incumbent) – 134,253

Pierre Bergeron (D) – 141,272

Ohio 12th District Court of Appeals

Stephen W. Powell – 255,070

Ohio Board of Education District 2

Charles Froehlich (Incumbent) – 30,223

Jeanine Donaldson – 45,148

Sue Larimer – 41,980

W. Roger Knight – 227,729

Annette Shine – 34,872

Kirsten Hill – 46,203

Vicki Donovan-Lyle – 34,113

Ohio Board of Education District 3

Charlotte McGuire (Incumbent) – 127,090

Matthew McGowan – 83,666

Dawn Wojcik – 88,629

Ohio Board of Education District 4

Pat Bruns (Incumbent) – 171,033

Jenny Kilgore – 1175,002

Ohio Board of Education District 7

Sarah Fowler (Incumbent) – 253,496

Ohio Board of Education District 8

John Hagan – 126,478

Melissa Dahman – 74,258

Kathleen Purdy – 99,452

Ohio State Senate District 7

Sara Bitter (DEM) – 58,682

Steve Wilson (REP) – 96,208

Ohio House of Representatives District 27

Tom Brinkman Jr. (R) (Incumbent) – 29,801

Christine Fisher (D) – 25,817

Ohio House of Representatives District 54

Nikki Foster (D) – 18,438

Paul Zeltwanger (R) – 28,641

Ohio House of Representatives 62nd District

Scott Lipps (R) – 38,993

Jim Staton (D) – 13,941

Ohio House of Representatives District 65

John Becker (R) (Incumbent) – 33,442

Patricia Lawrence (D) – 16,719

12th District Court of Appeals

Stephen Powell (R) (Incumbent) – 255,057

Clermont County Races

County Commissioner

Richard J. Perry (D) – 23,331

Claire Corcoran (R) – 51,254

County Auditor

Cory J. Combs (L) – 4,200

Linda L. Fraley (R) – 52,261

Elaine Barnett (D) – 19,162

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas

Jerry R. McBride – 54,993

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas

Richard P. Ferenc – 52,258

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas

Victor M. Haddad – 53,404

Judge of Court of Appeals

Steven Powell – 53,165

Hamilton County Races

Hamilton County Auditor

Dusty Rhodes (D) (Incumbent) – 211,118

Nancy Aichholz (R) – 113,921

Hamilton County Commissioner

Chris Monzel (R) (Incumbent) – 157,819

Stephanie Summerow Dumas (D) – 166,260

Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas (Term commencing January 1)

Steven E. Martin (R) (Incumbent) – 133,297

Terry Nestor (D) – 141,408

Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas General Division – 2 to be elected

Leslie Ghiz (R) (Incumbent) – 137,731

Arica Underwood (D) – 60,293

Lisa Allen (R) (Incumbent) – 145,567

Pavan Parikh (D) – 116,615

Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas

Curt C. Hartman (R) (Incumbent) – 135,278

Thomas Beridon (D) – 135,759

Warren County Races

County Commissioner

Tom Grossmann (R) – 73,504

County Auditor

Matt Nolan (R) – 74,209

Judge of the Court of Appeals 12th District

Stephen W. Powell – 63,914

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas

Donald E. Oda II – 65,141

Judge of County Court

Robert S. Fischer – 26,246

State and Local Issues

Ohio Issue 1 Proposed Constitutional Amendment to Reduce Penalties for Crimes of Obtaining, Possessing, and Using Illegal Drugs.

(A yes vote supported the amendment described, while a no vote opposed it.)
YES – 1,543,270
NO – 2,697,501

Hamilton County Children’s Services Tax Levy

For the Tax Levy – 191,832

Against the Tax Levy – 130,989

Miami Township (Clermont County) Road Levy

For the Tax Levy – 11,832

Against the Tax Levy – 6,713

Goshen Twn. Fire and EMS

For the Tax Levy – 3,104

Against the Tax Levy – 1,925

Hamilton Twp. Tax Levy Police

For the Tax Levy – 8,513

Against the Tax Levy – 2,936

Hamilton Twp Tax Levy Streets

For the Tax Levy – 6,725

Against the Tax Levy – 4,711

Great Oaks Career Campuses Tax Levy (Up-dated at 8:46 AM, 10-7-18 to reflect the tally for all 12 counties)

For the Tax Levy – 190,998

Against the Tax Levy – 92,065

Symmes Township Street Levy

For the Tax Levy – 4,653

Against the Tax Levy – 2,269

(Results of the Symmes Street Levy was up-dated 11-8-18 at 6 AM)

 

 

4 COMMENTS

  1. Editor’s Note:
    Thank you Kip Ping for discovering that we had a mistake in the results of the Symmes Street Levy.

    Here are the correct results:

    Symmes Township Street Levy

    For the Tax Levy – 4,653

    Against the Tax Levy – 2,269

    (Results of the Symmes Street Levy was up-dated 11-8-18 at 6 AM)

  2. The faith people in Ohio maintain in supporting a party that has no interest in supporting them is pathetic and discouraging. Years of brainwashing and manipulation is hard to counteract. Dems aren’t ideal but at least their ideals are in line with the needs of the people rather than that of their opponents, whose mantra is business first and the bottom line.

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