Local Warren County Unofficail Election Night Results

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WARREN COUNTY, OH -- Unofficial results from Nov., 8, 2022 Warren County Election Results...

State Senator (7th District) – Steve Wilson (69.32%)

State Representative (55th House) - Scott Lipps (74.85%)

State Representative (56th House) – Adam Mathews (60.48%)

Judge of the Court of Appeals (12th District) - Robin N. Piper (uncontested)

Judge of the Court of Appeals (12th District) – Mike Powell (uncontested)

County Commissioner – Tom Grossmann (69.32%)

County Auditor – Matt Nolan (uncontested)

State Board of Education (4th District) – Jenny Kilgore (56.16%)

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas (Domestic Relations) – Jeffrey T. Kirby (uncontested)

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas (General Division) – Timothy N. Tepe  (uncontested)

Judge of county Court – Gary A. Loxley (uncontested)

Warren County residents voted

  • Yes Issue 1 Bail Reform - (82.10%)
  • Yes Issue 2 Qualifications of Electors (82.39%)
  • Yes Issue 3 Blanchester LSD Income tax

Issue 4 – Franklin residents voted against the Franklin City Schools -Substitute Tax Levy

Issue 5 – Goshen LSD Residents in Warren County voted against the bond issue  by 65.72%

Issue 6 – Kings LSD voters said Yes for the Tax Levy by 54.60%

Issue 7 – Lebanon City School District Residents said Yes to the Substitute Levy (53.61%)

Warren County residents in the Loveland School District were against the tax levy (Issue 8) as 54.19% said no, while Warren County residents in the Xenia City School District voted FOR the two tax levies that were being asked for by the Xenia City School District. Issue 9 and Issue 10 were a yes by 54.55%.

Carlisle Residents were against Issue 11's Carlisle City - Income Tax with 62.22% voting against the income tax.

All five of the City of Franklin's Charter Amendments passed.

Warren County residents who live within the City of Monroe limits voted yes for Issue 17 (charter term limits) and Issue 18 (Charter Various) but no to Issue 19  Charter Acts of Council

Harveysburg voted yes to Issue 20 Electric Aggregation but no to Tax Levy and Police Levy.

Waynesville residents voted yes to all four issues: Gass Aggregation, Electric Aggregation, the Police Levy and the Street Levy.

Deerfield Township Residents voted yes to Issue 27 the Park Levy.

Harlan Township voted FOR Issue 28 – the Fire Tax Levy.

Massie Townshhip voted yes for Issue 29, Electric Aggregation.

Union Township voted yes for the fire levy, as well as, yes to both Local Option D3 and D6

While Wayne Township voted FOR the Fire Levy Renewal they voted AGAINST the Fire Additional Tax Levy

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