Here’s how Wood County voted in Tuesday’s election

Voting at the Wood County District Public Library in November

Wood County voters elected Republicans to local races, and passed two county-wide levies on Tuesday.

Following are the unofficial results from the Wood County Board of Elections.

Absentee ballots received as of close of polls were included in these results. Valid provisional ballots will be included in official count to be held no later than 21 days after the election.

State Representative, Third District

  • Theresa Gavarone: 29,759 (62%)
  • Aidan Hubbell-Staeble: 18,058 (38%)

Wood County Auditor

  • Matthew Oestreich: 28,102 (59%)
  • Buddy Ritson: 19,164 (41%)

Wood County Commissioner

  • Doris Herringshaw: 34,602 (100%)

Common Pleas Judge

  • Molly Mack: 33,745 (100%)

Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services, 1-mill replacement levy

  • Yes: 32,061 (67%)
  • No: 15,901 (33%)

Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilities, 2.95 mills with 0.5 reduction

  • Yes: 34,546 (72%)
  • No: 13,172 (28%)

Bowling Green City Charter review process at least every 10 years:

  • Yes: 5,684 (73%)
  • No: 2,063 (27%)

Bowling Green City Charter to replace vacancies on council with citizen vote at next election:

  • Yes: 4,237 (61%)
  • No: 2,655 (39%)

Bowling Green City Charter creating department of planning:

  • Yes: 4,846 (61%)
  • No: 3,076 (39%)

Bowling Green City Charter Civil Service Commission rule changes:

  • Yes: 6,038 (75%)
  • No: 2,005 (25%)

Following are the unofficial Wood County vote totals in other races:

Governor

  • Richard Cordray (D): 22,230 (46%)
  • Mike DeWine (R): 24,687 (51%)
  • Constance Gadell-Newton (Green): 640 (1%)
  • Travis Irvine (Libertarian): 1,131 (2%)

Ohio Attorney General

  • Steve Dettelbach (D): 22,567 (47%)
  • Dave Yost (R): 25,307 (53%)

State Auditor

  • Robert Coogan (L): 2,343 (5%)
  • Keith Faber (R): 24,308 (51%)
  • Zach Space (D): 20,664 (44%)

Secretary of State

  • Kathleen Clyde (D): 21,602 (45%)
  • Frank LaRose (R): 24,506 (52%)
  • Dustin Nanna (L): 1,376 (3%)

State Treasurer

  • Rob Richardson (D): 21,045 (44%)
  • Robert Sprague (R): 26,281 (56%)

U.S. Senate

  • Jim Renacci (R): 21,629 (45%)
  • Sherrod Brown (D): 26,624 (55%)

Congress, 5th District

  • J. Michael Galbraith (D): 20,488 (42%)
  • Don Kissisk (L): 1,235 (3%)
  • Bob Latta (R): 26,840 (55%)

6th District Court of Appeals

  • Joel Kuhlman: 19,774 (49.66%)
  • Gene Zmuda: 20,043 (50.34%)

State Issue 1

  • Yes: 18,189 (38%)
  • No: 30,300 (62%)
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