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MAY 6, 2014 PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS

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Election-Results

85TH HOUSE DISTRICT

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85th Ohio House district candidates Doug Chamberlain, Nino Vitale and Robert Luckey

Results: Nino Vitale will be the next 85th District Ohio House Representative after taking an unofficial 7,055 votes to Doug Chamberlain's 4,434 and Robert Luckey's 1,492 votes with all votes counted in Logan, Champaign and Shelby counties.

 

Voters hand Vitale decisive victory

 

 

LOGAN COUNTY FAMILY COURT JUDGE

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 Logan County Family Court Judge candidates Kim Kellogg-Martin, Dan LaRoche and Eric Stewart

Results: Kim Kellogg-Martin won the Republican nomination for Logan County Family Court Judge taking an unofficial 2,690 votes to Dan LaRoche's 2,424 and Eric Stewart's 1,074 votes with all precincts reporting.

 

Kellogg-Martin moves on to general election in Family Court race

 

 

LOGAN COUNTY COMMISSIONER

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Logan County Commissioner candidate Dustin Wickersham and Bruce Lile

Results: Incumbent Logan County Commissioner Dustin Wickersham will retain his seat after an unofficial 4,048-1,928 victory over Bruce Lile.                          

                                      Wickersham retains commissioner seat


 

 

INDIAN LAKE SCHOOL LEVY

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Results: The Indian Lake School District levy is failing by a count of 1,425-1,258 with all precincts reporting.

 

Voters turn down Indian Lake levy

 

 

RUSSELLS POINT POLICE LEVY

Results: The Russells Point Police Department levy failed by an unofficial count of 110-104.

 

 Russells Point police levy fails

 

OTHER ISSUES

The West Liberty-Salem School District levy passed, 614-561 (includes all Logan and Champaign County precincts); McArthur Township fire issue passed 346-118; and Stokes Township fire issue passed, 509-254.

 

CLICK HERE to view results on the Logan County Board of Elections website

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