November 2019 Election Results

LUCAS COUNTY - TURNOUT 19.35%

  • Toledo City Council
    • District 1
      • Tyrone Riley (D) - 2,035 (57.94%)
      • Shaun Strong (I) - 1,477 (42.06%)
    • District 2
      • Matt Cherry (D) - 3,729 (60.31%)
      • Abigail Sadowy (R) - 2,454 (39.69%)
    • District 3
      • Glen Cook (R) - 1,125 (49.56%)
      • Theresa Gadus (D) - 1,145 (50.44%)
    • District 4
      • June Boyd (D) - 689 (26.25%)
      • Yvonne Harper (D) - 1,936 (73.75%)
    • District 5
      • Sam Melden (D) - 3,602 (61.83%)
      • Tom Names (R) - 2,224 (38.17%)
    • District 6
      • Chris Delaney (D) - 2,757 (57.93%)
      • Ron Murphy (R) - 2,002 (42.07%)
  • Judge of Municipal Court – Toledo
    • Josh Lanzinger - 13,541 (50.73%)
    • Tom Puffenberger - 13,153 (49,27%)
  • Maumee City Mayor
    • Richard Carr (R) - 2,180 (59.35%)
    • John Jezak (I) - 1,493 (40.65%)
  • Maumee City Council- 3 seats
    • Carrie Hartman - 1,644 (16.44%)
    • Gabriel Barrow - 1,971 (19.71%)
    • Jon Fiscus - 1,525 (15.25%)
    • Jim MacDonald - 1,767 (17.67%)
    • Scott Noonan - 1,662 (16.62%)
    • Lou Thomson - 1,422 (14.33%)
  • Oregon City Council – 4 seats
    • Marvin Dabish - 86 (18.30%)
    • Steve Hornyak - 117 (24.89%)
    • Kathleen Pollauf - 124 (26.38%)
    • Steven Salander
    • Cassie Tinta
    • Timothy Zale - 125 (26.60%)
  • Sylvania City Council – 4 seats
    • Mark Frye - 1,436 (22.10%)
    • Doug Haynam - 1,301 (20.02%)
    • Ben Malczewski - 1,027 (15.80%)
    • Brian McCann - 1,527 (23.50%)
    • Lyndsey Stough - 1,207 (18.57%)
  • Waterville City Council – 3 seats
    • Todd Borowski - 557 (25.98%)
    • Barb Bruno - 670 (31.25%)
    • Rodney Frey - 540 (25.19%)
    • Todd Gagne - 377 (17.58%)
  • Jerusalem Township Trustee – 1 seat
    • Edward Gilbert - 1 (4.76%)
    • Vernon Meinke - 5 (23.81%)
    • Mark Sattler - 15 (71.43%)
  • Providence Township Trustee – 1seat
    • Jeremiah Floyd - 335 (72.04%)
    • James Stang - 130 (27.96%)
  • Richfield Township Trustee – 1 seat
    • John Hassen - 5 (50%)
    • Andrew Lumbrezer - 5 (50%)
  • Spencer Township Trustee – 1 seat
    • John Dean Anderson - 134 (51.94%)
    • Anthony Bettinger - 93 (36.05%)
    • D. Hilarion Smith - 31 (12.02%)
  • Swanton Township Trustee- 1 seat
    • Jeff Powers - 278 (42.90%)
    • Gary Schroder - 370 (57.10%)
  • Sylvania Township Trustee – 1 seat
    • James Crosby - 2,035 (38.38%)
    • Neal Mahoney - 3,267 (61.62%)
  • Washington Township Trustee – 1 seat
    • Kellie Schlachter - 324 (53.91%)
    • Joanne Vail-Nixon - 277 (46.09%)
  • Holland Village Council
    • Terry Nachtrab - 187 (50.27%)
    • Noah Stone - 185 (49.73%)
  • Ottawa Hills Village Council – 2 seats
    • Matthew Gargas - 407 (28.97%)
    • John Lewis - 413 (29.40%)
    • Katherine O’Connell - 585 (41.64%)
  • Swanton Village Mayor
    • Ann Roth - 16 (42.11%)
    • Neil Toeppe - 22 (57.89%)
  • Anthony Wayne Local School District Board of Education – 3 seats
    • Jeffery Baden - 2,280 (27.55%)
    • Pam Brint - 2,149 (25.97%)
    • Jayna Reagan - 2,037 (24.61%)
    • Andrew Teet - 1,810 (21.87%)
  • Toledo City School District Board of Education – 2 seats
    • Sheena Barnes - 10,262 (38.44%)
    • Stephanie Eichenberg - 10,354 (38.79%)
    • Dan Jaksetic - 6,079 (22.77%)
  • Washington Local School District Board of Education
    • Karen Mayfield - 3,172 (52.58%)
    • Christopher Sharp - 2,861 (47.42%)
  • Washington Local School District Board of Education
    • Melanie Garcia - 3,591 (34.98%)
    • Irshad Bannister - 3,390 (33.02%)
    • Eric Kiser - 3,284 (31.99%)
  • Issue 1 – Richfield Township – renewal, 2.5 mills for fire for five years
    • FOR - 10 (90.91%)
    • AGAINST - 1 (9.09%)
  • Issue 2 – Jerusalem Township – renewal, 2 mill for general construction of roads and bridges for five years
    • FOR - 17 (80.95%)
    • AGAINST - 4 (19.05%)
  • Issue 3 – Jerusalem Township – renewal and increase, 6.5 mills (5 mills renewal and 1.5 increase) for fire protection for five years
    • FOR - 17 (85%)
    • AGAINST 3 - (15%)
  • Issue 4 – Springfield Township – renewal, 2.5 mills for fire protection for five years
    • FOR - 2,051 (76.08%)
    • AGAINST - 645 (23.92%)
  • Issue 5 – Providence Township – additional, 3.0 mills for fire protection
    • FOR - 349 (72.41%)
    • AGAINST - 133 (27.59%)
  • Issue 6 – Springfield Local Schools – renewal, 5.27 mills for purpose of avoiding an operating deficit of the school district for five years
    • FOR - 2,175 (63.65%)
    • AGAINST - 1,242 (36.35%)
  • Issue 7 – Washington Local School District – bond issue and additional, 3.0 mills for the bond issue for 37 years for construction of elementary schools and 3.9 mills for current operating expenses
    • FOR - 3,973 (55.84%)
    • AGAINST - 3,142 (44.16%)
  • Issue 8 – Lucas County – renewal and increase, 0.60 mills renewal and 0.15 increase for 0.75 mills for the purpose of providing and maintaining senior citizens services or facilities and programs for five years
    • FOR - 31,641 (70.16%)
    • AGAINST - 13,456 (29.84)

WOOD COUNTY - TURNOUT: 31.46%

  • Bowling Green City Council – 3rd Ward
    • Ryan Holley (R) - 827
    • Rachel Phipps (D) - 955
  • Bowling Green City Council – 4th Ward
    • Jeff Dennis (D) - 1,457
    • William Herald (R) - 1,578
  • Perrysburg City Council – 4 seats
    • Dustin Decker - 3,387
    • Randy Fahringer - 1,835
    • Cory Kulhman - 3,854
    • Jan Materni - 3,470
    • Timothy McCarthy - 4,138
    • Jonathan Smith - 3,721
  • Bloomdale Village Mayor
    • Robert Clark - 48
    • Stephen Schafer - 55
  • Bradner Village Mayor
    • Tammy Kreais - 160
    • Virgil Shull Jr. - 72
  • Custar Village Mayor
    • Robert Cavin - 41
    • Renee Hartman - 11
  • Grand Rapids Village Council – 2 seats
    • Rachel Smith - 114
    • Lynn Sylvain - 59
    • Rick Tolles - 147
  • Pemberville Village Mayor
    • Carol Bailey - 230
    • Eric Campbell - 90
    • Joshua Jacobs - 91
  • Tontogany Village Mayor
    • Jason Benedict - 29
    • Mattew Shanahan - 40
  • Walbridge Village Council – 2 seats
    • Karen Baron - 262
    • Vicky Canales Pratt - 203
    • Tonya Sommer - 195
  • Weston Village Mayor
    • Shad Kendall - 134
    • Jeremy Schroder - 162
  • Henry Township Trustee
    • Cliff Brumbaugh - 296
    • John Stewart - 199
  • Lake Township Trustee
    • Kenneth Gilsdorf - 667
    • Scott Wright - 471
  • Montgomery Township Trustee
    • Alfred Rubel - 486
    • Daniel Zeigler - 366
  • Perry Township Trustee
    • Jacob Stearns - 148
    • Chad Wonderly - 173
  • Plain Township Trustee
    • Ron Bechstein - 307
    • Gerald Cromley - 195
  • Weston Township Trustee
    • Michael Jacob Brown - 273
    • Gregory Stevens - 129
  • Bowling Green Local School District – 3 seats
    • Jill Carr - 3,602
    • Grant Chamberlain - 2,232
    • Tracy Hovest - 2,823
    • Ryan Myers - 2,029
    • Brian Smith - 1,851
    • Ginny Stewart - 3,095
    • Richard Strow - 2,016
    • Peggy Thompson - 2,344
  • Eastwood Local School District – 2 seats
    • Mindy Gallant - 639
    • James Rogers - 1,009
    • Randy Rothenbuhler - 1,241
  • Elmwood Local School District – 3 seats
    • Melanie Davis - 643
    • Ryan Lee - 83
    • Jeremie Pennington - 625
    • Debora Reynolds - 682
  • Gibsonburg Exempted Village School District – 2 seats
    • Timothy Damschroder - 1
    • Edward Herman Jr. - 1
    • David Mason - 1
    • Lindsay Sutter -1
  • Perrysburg Exempted Village School District – 2 seats
    • Jarman Davis - 4,728
    • Kelly Ewbank - 5,535
    • Ray Pohlman - 5,257
  • Rossford Exempted Village School District – 3 seats
    • Sharon Belkofer - 1,223
    • Tiffany Densic - 1,321
    • Joel Haas - 823
    • Kent Murphree - 1,12
    • Brenna Reynolds - 908
  • Northwood - Sensible marijuana ordinance
    • FOR - 344
    • AGAINST - 315
  • Perrysburg Exempted Schools - Additional - 7.9 mill
    • FOR - 5,530
    • AGAINST - 4,971
  • Perrysburg City - Replacement - 1 mill for garbage services
    • FOR - 5,759
    • AGAINST - 2,139
  • Rossford - additional - 1 mill - parks
    • FOR - 851
    • AGAINST - 656
  • Rossford - additional - 1 mill - Payment of EMS and firefighters
    • FOR - 1,032
    • AGAINST - 483
  • Rossford - additional - 1 mill - recreation
    • FOR - 750
    • AGAINST - 744
  • Rossford - additional - 2.8 mills - fire service and equipment
    • FOR - 991
    • AGAINST - 517
  • Bowling Green City School District - 1.6 mills income tax & bond issue
    • FOR - 3,889
    • AGAINST - 3,960
  • Mid-County Ambulance District - replace and decrease - 4.5 mills
    • FOR - 876
    • AGAINST - 385

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