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Twinsburg Election Results 2012

Twinsburg School Levy (Issue 69) has been passed by voters.

Updated 12:36 a.m.

 Twinsburg voters are heading out to the polls today to vote on a number of items Tuesday... Election day.

Likely the biggest issue before Twinsburg voters is the school district's 4.9 mill levy, Issue 69.

If approved it will cost the owner of a $100,000 home $150.06 annually, according to the district's data.

Issue 69 will create $3.8 million each year for the district, in addition to the recent $3.2 million in cuts and changes. Combined they will fill the $7 million hole in district operating expenses.

This continuing levy would commence in 2012 with taxes due in 2013. 

There are also five charter amendments and two zoning issues on the ballot in Twinsburg.

Election results for both Twinsburg and specific state and Summit County races can be found below.

LIVE 2012 TWINSBURG ELECTION RESULTS 

Charter: 10/10 precincts reporting

Levy: 16/16 precincts reporting

Race For 
Against Issue 69 (School Levy) 6,791

5,806

Issue 36 (Charter)

6,473 1,924 Issue 37 (Charter) 6,480 1,827 Issue 38 (Charter) 5,345 2,826 Issue 39 (Zoning) 6,397 1,980 Issue 40 (Zoning) 4,790 3,462 Issue 41 (Charter) 6,222 1,725 Issue 42 (Charter) 3,549 3,756

LIVE 2012 STATE/COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS

County: 298/298 precincts reporting

District 37: 71/71 precincts reporting

Race Democratic Candidate Results Republican Candidate Results Ohio House Rep. District 37 Tom Schmida 26,960 Kristina Daley Roegner 31,878
Summit County Council District 1 Nick Kostandaras 18,020 Greg Roemer 13,399 Summit County Council At-Large Sandra Kurt 132,367 Jane Davis 87,784 Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh 159,594 Candace Kim Knox 77,608 Fiscal Officer Kristen Scalise 151,244 Ron Antal 81,092 Sheriff Steve Barry 147,068 Randy Rivers 83,569 County Executive Russ Pry 146,603 Frank Larson 86,385 County Engineer Alan Brubaker 137,014 Bruce Robinson 87,517
Clerk of Courts Daniel Horrigan 139,970 Kandi O'Connor 88,888

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