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OFFICIAL CUMULATIVE REPORT                                PAGE   1

21 Nov 2000                    GENERAL ELECTION
 12:05 PM                    WARREN COUNTY, OHIO
                               NOVEMBER 7, 2000
                                142 PRECINCTS
 
                                             COUNT   PERCENT
PRECINCTS COUNTED - COUNTY WIDE                142    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - 6TH CONGRESS                67    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - 2ND CONGRESS                82    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - 2ND STATE REP              142    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - FRANKLIN CITY                9    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - MIDDLETOWN CITY              6    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - SPRINGBORO CITY             12    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - SALEM TWP                    5    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - FRANKLIN CSD                21    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - LITTLE MIAMI                20    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - MIDDLETOWN CSD               4    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - CLEARCREEK TFD              21    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - HARLAN TFD                   4    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - UNION TFD                    5    100.00
 
PRECINCTS COUNTED - COUNTY COURT                53    100.00
 
REGISTERED VOTERS - TOTAL                   96,536
 
BALLOTS CAST - TOTAL                        70,109     72.62
 
FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT
   HARRY BROWNE                   LIB          248       .36
      ART OLIVIER
   PAT BUCHANAN                                207       .30
      EZOLA FOSTER
   GEORGE W. BUSH                 REP       48,318     69.95
      DICK CHENEY
   AL GORE                        DEM       19,142     27.71
      JOSEPH LIEBERMAN
   JOHN HAGELIN                   NAT           59       .09
      NAT GOLDHABER
   RALPH NADER                               1,067      1.54
      WINONA LADUKE
   HOWARD PHILLIPS                              37       .05
      J. CURTIS FRAZIER
 
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR
   TED CELESTE                    DEM       13,546     20.13
   MIKE DEWINE                    REP       51,135     76.01
   JOHN A. EASTMAN                NAT          821      1.22
   JOHN R. MCALISTER              LIB        1,776      2.64
 
FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS - 2ND DISTRICT
   ROBERT E. BIDWELL              LIB        1,177      3.34
   ROB PORTMAN                    REP       26,118     74.18
   CHARLES W. SANDERS             DEM        7,912     22.47
 
FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS - 6TH DISTRICT
   MIKE AZINGER                   REP       19,756     64.74
   KENNETH R. MACCUTCHEON         LIB          823      2.70
   TED STRICKLAND                 DEM        9,936     32.56
 
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE - 2ND DISTRICT
   RICHARD J. INSKEEP             DEM       15,833     24.61
   TOM RAGA                       REP       48,498     75.39
 
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
FULL TERM COMMENCING 1/2/01
   LARRY CRISENBERY               REP       47,790    100.00
 
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
FULL TERM COMMENCING 1/3/01
   PAT ARNOLD SOUTH               REP       45,148    100.00
 
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
   TIM OLIVER                     REP       49,990    100.00
 
FOR CLERK OF COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
   JAMES L. SPAETH                REP       50,005    100.00
 
FOR SHERIFF
   TOM ARISS                      REP       51,171    100.00
 
FOR COUNTY RECORDER
   BETH DECKARD                   REP       49,809    100.00
 
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
   JIM LEFEVERS                   REP       49,640    100.00
 
FOR COUNTY ENGINEER
   NEIL F. TUNISON                REP       49,483    100.00
 
FOR CORONER
   WARREN C. YOUNG, JR.           REP       51,647    100.00
 
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
FULL TERM COMMENCING 1/1/01
   TIM BLACK                                21,775     38.07
   DEBORAH COOK                             35,426     61.93
 
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
FULL TERM COMMENCING 1/2/01
   TERRENCE O'DONNELL                       34,663     59.01
   ALICE ROBIE RESNICK                      24,078     40.99
 
FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS - 12TH DISTRICT
FULL TERM COMMENCING 2/9/01
   STEPHEN W. POWELL                        45,339    100.00
 
FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
FULL TERM COMMENCING 1/1/01
   NEAL B. BRONSON                          46,748    100.00
 
FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
PROBATE/JUVENILE DIVISION
UNEXPIRED TERM ENDING 2/8/03
   MIKE POWELL                              46,325    100.00
 
FOR JUDGE OF THE COUNTY COURT
FULL TERM COMMENCING 1/1/01
   DALLAS P. POWERS                         16,817    100.00
 
1 - PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
AUTHORIZE THE STATE TO ISSUE BONDS AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS
TO PAY THE COSTS OF PROJECTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
CONSERVATION AND REVITALIZATION PURPOSES.
   YES                                      33,095     57.45
   NO                                       24,508     42.55
 
2 - PROPOSED ORDINANCE - CITY OF FRANKLIN
AUTHORIZATION TO AGGREGATE THE RETAIL ELECTRIC LOADS
LOCATED IN THE CITY AND ENTER INTO SERVICE AGREEMENTS
TO FACILITATE FOR THOSE LOADS
   YES                                       2,116     64.55
   NO                                        1,162     35.45
 
3 - PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT - CITY OF SPRINGBORO
AMEND SECTIONS OF CITY CHARTER
   YES                                       2,818     59.07
   NO                                        1,953     40.93
 
4 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - VILLAGE OF HARVEYSBURG
REPLACEMENT - 1 MILL - 3 YRS - POLICE SERVICES
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            119     56.67
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                         91     43.33
 
5 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - VILLAGE OF MAINEVILLE
ADDITIONAL - 1 MILL - CONTINUING PERIOD
POLICE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            158     43.05
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        209     56.95
 
6 - PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT - VILLAGE OF WAYNESVILLE
AMEND SECTIONS OF VILLAGE CHARTER
   YES                                         657     61.86
   NO                                          405     38.14
 
7 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - CLEARCREEK TOWNSHIP
ADDITIONAL - 4.5 MILLS - CONT. - FIRE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          5,274     49.90
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      5,296     50.10
 
8 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - HARLAN TOWNSHIP
RENEWAL - 2.9 MILLS - 5 YRS - FIRE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          1,211     65.78
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        630     34.22
 
9 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - SALEM TOWNSHIP
ADDITIONAL - 2 MILLS - CONT. PERIOD
CONSTRUCTING, EQUPPING, MAINTAINING A FIRE STATION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            788     42.94
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      1,047     57.06
 
10 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - SALEM TOWNSHIP
ADDITONAL - 2 MILLS - 5 YRS - CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            665     36.76
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      1,144     63.24
 
11 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - UNION TOWNSHIP
REPLACEMENT - 1.9 MILLS - CONT. PERIOD - FIRE PROTECTION
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            933     56.99
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        704     43.01
 
12 - PROPOSED BOND ISSUE - FRANKLIN CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
$3,000,000 - .72 MILL - 30 YRS -
FOR CONSTRUCTING A NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING
   FOR THE BOND ISSUE                        3,933     60.76
   AGAINST THE BOND ISSUE                    2,540     39.24
 
13 - PROPOSED INCOME TAX - LITTLE MIAMI SCHOOL DISTRICT
3/4% - 5 YRS - FOR CURRENT EXPENSES
   FOR THE TAX                               2,133     27.12
   AGAINST THE TAX                           5,732     72.88
 
14 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - RECOVERY SERVICES WARREN/CLINTON
COUNTIES - REPLACEMENT - 1 MILL - 5 YRS
OPERATION, MAINTENANCE, FINANCING MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                         28,827     45.38
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                     34,703     54.62
 
15 - LOCAL OPTION ELECTION - SPRINGBORO CITY NE
SALE OF WINE & MIXED BEVERAGES OFF PREMISES
SUNDAY SALES
   YES                                         637     73.22
   NO                                          233     26.78
 
16 - LOCAL OPTION ELECTION - SPRINGBORO CITY NE
SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR ON PREMISES FOR
SUNDAY SALES
   YES                                         638     73.76
   NO                                          227     26.24
 
17 - LOCAL OPTION ELECTION - TURTLECREEK TWP SWA
SALE OF BEER & INTOXICATING LIQUOR ON SUNDAY AT
SHAKER RUN GOLF CLUB
   YES                                         208     49.17
   NO                                          215     50.83
 
18 - LOCAL OPTION ELECTION - TURTLECREEK TWP SWA
SALE OF BEER AND INTOXICATING LIQUOR AT SHAKER
RUN GOLF CLUB
   YES                                         211     50.48
   NO                                          207     49.52
 
19 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - XENIA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
RENEWAL - 1.3 MILLS - 5 YRS - FOR CONSTRUCTING,
RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                              9     81.82
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                          2     18.18
 
20 - PROPOSED SCHOOL INCOME TAX - XENIA CITY SCHOOL DIST.
1/2% - 5 YRS - OPERATING EXPENSES
   FOR THE TAX                                   9     81.82
   AGAINST THE TAX                               2     18.18
 
21 - PROPOSED BOND ISSUE AND TAX LEVY
MIDDLETOWN CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
ISSUE BONDS - $30,000,000 - 2.2 MILLS - 27 YRS
FOR CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS, RENOVATIONS, ETC.
LEVY ADDITIONAL TAX - 2 MILLS - CONT. PERIOD
FOR ONGOING PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS
  FOR THE BOND ISSUE AND TAX LEVY              306     43.71
  AGAINST THE BOND ISSUE AND TAX LEVY          394     56.29
 
22 - PROPOSED AMENDED MUNICIPAL CHARTER
CITY OF LOVELAND
TO PROVIDE THAT THE DIRECTOR OF LAW BY APPOINTED BY
THE CITY COUNCIL
   YES                                         102     63.75
   NO                                           58     36.25
 
23 - PROPOSED TAX LEVY - LOVELAND CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
ADDITIONAL - 7 MILLS - 4 YRS - CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                             65     40.63
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                         95     59.38
 
24 - PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT - CITY OF MIDDLETOWN
CHANGE THE NUMBER OF SIGNATURES TO SEEK MUNICIPAL
OFFICE FROM 1% OF ELECTORS TO 50 OF THE ELECTORS
   YES                                         302     51.71
   NO                                          282     48.29
 
25 - PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT - CITY OF MIDDLETOWN
PERMIT CITY COMMISSION TO CONDUCT EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC TO DISCUSS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
   YES                                         132     22.07
   NO                                          466     77.93
 
26 - PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT - CITY OF MIDDLETOWN
INCREASE COMPENSATION OF CITY COMMISSION FROM
$5,000 PER YR TO $7,500 PER YR
   YES                                         156     26.13
   NO                                          441     73.87
 
27 - PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT - CITY OF MIDDLETOWN
INCREASE THE NUMBER OF TRUSTEES ON THE LIBRARY BOARD
FROM 6 TO 7
   YES                                         321     53.68
   NO                                          277     46.32
 
28 - PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT - CITY OF MIDDLETOWN
TO STATE THAT THE CHAIRMAN OF CITY COMMISSION SHALL
SERVE AS PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH
   YES                                         188     32.36
   NO                                          393     67.64
 
29 - PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT - CITY OF MIDDLETOWN
CHANGE THE TITLE OF CHAIRMAN OF CITY COMMISSION TO MAYOR,
CHANGE THE TITLE OF VICE-CHAIRMAN TO VICE-MAYOR, AND
CHANGE THE NAME OF THE LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY OF THE CITY
FROM CITY COMMISSION TO CITY COUNCIL
   YES                                         306     52.22
   NO                                          280     47.78
 
30 - RECALL ELECTION - VILLAGE OF WAYNESVILLE
RETAIN THE VILLAGE MAYOR
   YES                                         482     40.68
   NO                                          703     59.32