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.OFFICIAL CUMULATIVE REPORT                                PAGE   1

17 Nov 1998                    GENERAL ELECTION
 10:21 AM                    WARREN COUNTY, OHIO
                               NOVEMBER 3, 1998
                                134 PRECINCTS
 
                                             COUNT   PERCENT
PRECINCTS COUNTED - COUNTY WIDE                134    100.00
 
REGISTERED VOTERS - TOTAL                   86,276
 
BALLOTS CAST - TOTAL                        46,528     53.93
 
FOR GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
   ZANNA FEITLER                               672      1.51
      JOHN A. EASTMAN
   LEE FISHER                     DEM       12,562     28.30
      MICHAEL B. COLEMAN
   JOHN R. MITCHEL                RFM        1,262      2.84
      LAWRENCE ANDERSON
   BOB TAFT                       REP       29,897     67.35
      MAUREEN O'CONNOR
 
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
   RICHARD CORDRAY                DEM       10,088     23.01
   BETTY D. MONTGOMERY            REP       33,761     76.99
 
FOR AUDITOR OF STATE
   JIM PETRO                      REP       32,156     75.63
   LOUIS N. STRIKE                DEM       10,364     24.37
 
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
   J. KENNETH BLACKWELL           REP       32,477     74.65
   CHARLETA B. TAVARES            DEM       11,030     25.35
 
FOR TREASURER OF STATE
   JOSEPH T. DETERS               REP       33,364     75.77
   JOHN A. DONOFRIO               DEM       10,668     24.23
 
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR
   MARY O. BOYLE                  DEM       12,871     28.48
   GEORGE V. VOINOVICH            REP       32,323     71.52
 
FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS - 2ND DISTRICT
   ROB PORTMAN                    REP       17,721     73.29
   CHARLES W. SANDERS             DEM        6,458     26.71
 
FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS - 6TH DISTRICT
   NANCY P. HOLLISTER             REP       13,144     64.46
   TED STRICKLAND                 DEM        7,248     35.54
 
FOR STATE SENATOR - 7TH DISTRICT
   RICHARD H. FINAN               REP       30,504     71.57
   LES MANN                       DEM       12,120     28.43
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE - 2ND DISTRICT
   GEORGE E. TERWILLEGER          REP       30,751     70.26
   BOB TURNER                     DEM       13,016     29.74
 
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER - TERM 1/1/99
   C. MICHAEL KILBURN             REP       36,001    100.00
 
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR
   NICK NELSON                    REP       36,602    100.00
 
FOR MEMBER OF STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION - 4TH DISTRICT
   MELANIE BATES                             7,412     23.58
   NANCY FOGELSON                            7,145     22.73
   MARIE IRISH KEANEY                       12,557     39.95
   BERNIE ROECKERS, SR.                      4,314     13.73
 
FOR CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT - TERM 1/1/99
   THOMAS J. MOYER                          29,438     83.18
   GARY TYACK                                5,953     16.82
 
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT - TERM 1/1/99
   STEPHEN W. POWELL                        20,652     59.67
   FRANCIS E. SWEENEY                       13,958     40.33
 
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT  - TERM 1/2/99
   PAUL E. PFEIFER                          26,881     76.63
   RONALD SUSTER                             8,199     23.37
 
FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS - 12TH DISTRICT
TERM 2/9/99
   GEORGE M. PARKER                         17,390     53.26
   ANTHONY VALEN                            15,261     46.74
 
FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS - 12TH DISTRICT
TERM 2/10/99
   J. C. SHEW                                8,192     23.50
   WILLIAM W. YOUNG                         26,671     76.50
 
FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION
TERM 1/1/99
   JAMES L. FLANNERY                        32,984    100.00
 
FOR JUDGE OF COUNTY COURT - TERM 1/1/99
   JAMES J. HEATH                           12,054    100.00
 
1.  PROPOSED LAW - MOURNING DOVE
AMEND SECTION 1531.02 OF THE OHIO REVISED CODE TO
PROHIBIT THE HUNTING OR TAKING OF MOURNING DOVES
   YES                                      17,005     38.59
   NO                                       27,064     61.41
 
2 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - GREAT OAKS INSTITUTE
TECHNOLOGY AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT - REPLACEMENT
2.7 - MILLS - 10 YRS - CURRENT EXPENSES
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          5,241     53.76
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      4,508     46.24
 
3 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - LEBANON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
ADDITIONAL - 2 MILLS - 5 YRS
FOR IMPROVEMENTS, RENOVATIONS, ADDITIONS, EQUIPMENT
AND FURNISHINGS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          4,453     54.74
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      3,682     45.26
 
4 - PROPOSED BOND ISSUE - LOVELAND CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
5.17 MILLS - $32,000,000 - 26 YRS
NEW CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS, RENOVATIONS, FURNISHINGS
   FOR THE BOND ISSUE                           63     52.50
   AGAINST THE BOND ISSUE                       57     47.50
 
5 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - PRINCETON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
ADDITIONAL - 6.5 MILLS - CONT. PERIOD
FOR CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            202     48.56
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        214     51.44
 
6 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - CARLISLE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
ADDITIONAL - 6.81 MILLS - 5 YRS - $981,840.00 PER YR
FOR CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES
   FOR THE TAX                               1,226     52.17
   AGAINST THE TAX                           1,124     47.83
 
7 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - SPRINGBORO COMMUNITY CITY SCHOOL
ADDITIONAL - 4.89 MILLS - 3 YRS - $1,850,000.00 PER YR
FOR CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES
   FOR THE TAX                               3,193     45.45
   AGAINST THE TAX                           3,833     54.55
 
8 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - RECOVERY SERVICES
WARREN/CLINTON COUNTIES
ADDITIONAL - 0.8 MILL - 5 YRS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                         12,745     29.13
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                     31,011     70.87
 
9 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - CITY OF LEBANON
ADDITIONAL - 4.5 MILLS - 5 YRS
FIRE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          2,114     52.51
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      1,912     47.49
 
10 - PROPOSED ORDINANCE - CITY OF MASON
PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION
SCHOOL ROAD ORDINANCE
   YES                                       2,091     31.01
   NO                                        4,651     68.99
 
11 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - CLEARCREEK TOWNSHIP
REPLACEMENT OF TWO EXISTING LEVIES - 6 MILLS
CONT. PERIOD - FOR POLICE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          1,651     48.06
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      1,784     51.94
 
12 - ADVISORY ELECTION - CITY OF MONROE
SHOULD THE COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION SUPPORTING A
SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR MONROE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
   YES                                          16     57.14
   NO                                           12     42.86
 
13 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - WAYNESVILLE VILLAGE
REPLACEMENT OF 5 MILLS - INCREASE OF 0.5 MILL
5.5 MILLS - 5 YRS - POLICE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            410     46.80
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        466     53.20
 
14 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - CLEARCREEK TOWNSHIP
ADDITIONAL - 1.8 MILLS - CONT. PERIOD
POLICE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          1,237     36.76
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      2,128     63.24
 
15 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP
UNINCORPORATED AREA - ADDITIONAL - 1 MILL - 5 YRS
ACQUISITION, DEVELOPMENT, IMPROVEMENT, MAINTENANCE
AND OPERATION OF PARKLANDS FOR RECREATIONAL PURPOSES
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          4,088     60.15
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      2,708     39.85
 
16 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - HARLAN TOWNSHIP
UNINCORPORATED AREA
ADDITIONAL - 1 MILL - 2 YRS
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, STREETS, ROADS, BRIDGES
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            504     43.79
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        647     56.21
 
17 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - UNION TOWNSHIP
ADDITIONAL - 1 MILL - CONT. PERIOD
FIRE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            696     61.38
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        438     38.62
 
18 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP
RENEWAL - 1.6 MILLS - 4 YRS
FIRE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            398     68.86
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        180     31.14
 
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