= projected winner.

Unofficial Knox County results are from the Knox County Board of Elections.

Statewide results are from the Ohio Secretary of State.

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Governor and Lieutenant Governor

  • Richard Cordray (DEM) 6,883
  • Mike DeWine (REP)14,369
  • Constance Gadell-­Newton (GRN)257
  • Travis M. Irvine (LIB)437

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Attorney General

  • Steve Dettelbach (DEM) 6,804
  • Dave Yost (REP)15,018

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Auditor of State

  • Robert C. Coogan (LIB) 704
  • Keith Faber (REP)13,889
  • Zack Space (DEM) 7,469

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Secretary of State

  • Kathleen Clyde (DEM) 6,862
  • Frank LaRose (REP)14,566
  • Dustin R. Nanna (LIB) 527

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Treasurer of State

  • Rob Richardson (DEM) 6,743
  • Robert Sprague (REP)15,084

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U.S. Senator Knox County

  • Sherrod Brown (DEM) 8,149
  • Jim Renacci (REP)13,926

U.S. Senator Ohio

  • Sherrod Brown (DEM) 2,286,730
  • Jim Renacci (REP)2,011,832

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Representative to Congress CONGRESSIONAL 7TH DISTRICT Knox County

  • Bob Gibbs (REP) 14,464
  • Ken Harbaugh (DEM)17,448

Representative to Congress CONGRESSIONAL 7TH DISTRICT District

  • Bob Gibbs (REP) 150,317
  • Ken Harbaugh (DEM)105,105

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State Senator STATE SENATE 19TH DISTRICT Knox County

  • Andrew O. Brenner (REP)14,804
  • Gary Cox (GRN)444
  • Louise Valentine (DEM)6,686

State Senator STATE SENATE 19TH DISTRICT District

  • Andrew O. Brenner (REP)79,603
  • Gary Cox (GRN)2,916
  • Louise Valentine (DEM)74,656

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State Representative STATE HOUSE 68TH DISTRICT District

  • Patrick Glasgow (LIB)1,193
  • Rick Carfagna (REP)34,160
  • Kathleen A. Tate (DEM)17,921

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County Commissioner

  • Donald Bovinett Jr. (DEM)6,040
  • Bill Pursel (REP)15,822

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County Auditor

  • Jonette Curry (REP)17,745

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Justice of the Supreme Court

  • Craig Baldwin 9,043
  • Michael P. Donnelly8,740

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Justice of the Supreme Court

  • Mary DeGenaro 8,865
  • Melody J. Stewart8,514

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Judge of the Court of Appeals 5TH COURT OF APPEALS

  • Patricia A. Delaney9,129
  • Andrew King7,399

* * *

Members of Charter Commission MOUNT VERNON CITY
Name Votes Percentage
Cindy Cunningham 1,526 7.00%
Todd M. Hawkins 1,440 6.60%
Clint Bailey 1,275 5.85%
Gordon Yance 1,253 5.75%
Bruce Malek 1,231 5.64%
Michael P. Hillier 1,225 5.62%
Kenneth R. Reynolds 1,218 5.58%
Carrie Hyman 1,138 5.22%
Jeffrey Scott 1,079 4.95%
Jeffry D. Harris 1,062 4.87%
Kathleen M. Hursh 1,044 4.79%
Julia M. Warga 1,002 4.59%
Randy Cronk 987 4.53%
Jody L. Pritchard 963 4.42%
Inge Krajenski 938 4.30%
Michael Percy 861 3.95%
Tanner S. Salyers 813 3.73%
Don Carr 762 3.49%
David Randall 703 3.22%
Samuel Filkins 650 2.98%
Gary Koester 640 2.93%

State Issue 1 Knox County

  • Yes5,542
  • No16,520

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State Issue 1 Ohio

  • Yes1,372,934
  • No2,487,980

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Proposed Charter Commission Ballot MOUNT VERNON CITY

  • Yes1,677
  • No3,318

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Knox County Childrens Services

  • For13,293
  • Against8,595

* * *

Fredericktown Comm Ambulance Renewal FRED. COMM. FIRE DST

  • For2,409
  • Against915

* * *

Fredericktown Comm Fire Renewal FRED. COMM. FIRE DST

  • For2,337
  • Against993

* * *

Fredericktown Park District Renewal FREDERICKTOWN SCHS

  • For1,727
  • Against1,131

* * *

Morgan Twp Roads Renewal MORGAN

  • For334
  • Against140

* * *

Morgan Twp EMS Renewal MORGAN

  • For367
  • Against108

* * *

Monroe Twp Fire Renewal MONROE

  • For664
  • Against275

* * *

Hilliar Twp Cemeteries Replacement HILLIAR

  • For519
  • Against385

* * *

College Twp Fire Additional COLLEGE

  • For932
  • Against145

* * *

Clinton Twp Fire 1.5 Renewal CLINTON

  • For678
  • Against375

* * *

Clinton Twp Fire 2.5 Renewal CLINTON

  • For607
  • Against375

* * *

Clinton Twp Fire 2.5 Renewal CLINTON

  • For607
  • Against375

* * *

Berlin Twp Roads Renewal BERLIN

  • For529
  • Against209

* * *

Pike Twp Cemeteries Renewal PIKE

  • For330
  • Against206

* * *

Liberty Twp Road Equipment LIBERTY

  • For407
  • Against389

* * *

Stein Brewing Sunday Sales 2­A 2­A (Prec­0004)

  • Yes218
  • No115

* * *

Centerburg Cardinal Market Sunday Sales HILLIAR B HILLIAR B (Prec­0026)

  • Yes405
  • No114

* * *

Webbs Marathon Sunday Sales CENTERBURG CENTERBURG (Prec­0027)

  • Yes405
  • No136

 

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Bill Pursel
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Joshua Morrison/News Representative Bob Gibbs, OH-7, reacts during the debate Monday night at Ashland University. The often contentious debate between Gibbs and Democratic challenger Ken Harbaugh covered issues like the national debt, infrastructure, national defense and health care.
Joshua Morrison/News Three candidates for the Ohio House of Representatives 68th District, incumbent Rick Carfagna, Democratic challenger Kathleen Tate and Libertarian Party candidate Patrick Glasgow answer questions about their qualifications and issues facing the Ohio legislature during Thursday night’s debate at Foster Hall at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

 

Joshua Morrison/News Three candidates for the Ohio House of Representatives 68th District, incumbent Rick Carfagna, Democratic challenger Kathleen Tate and Libertarian Party candidate Patrick Glasgow answer questions about their qualifications and issues facing the Ohio legislature during Thursday night’s debate at Foster Hall at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.
Joshua Morrison/News Members of the community, along with City Council members and charter commission candidates took part in a charter discussion hosted by Kenyon College’s Center for the Study of American Democracy Tuesday. Rod Davisson, left, and Gary Hunter, right, discussed the role of a charter commission as well as the benefits and disadvantages of city charters.
Virgil Shipley/News A panel of four individuals with charter experience addressed questions from moderator Dani Robbins, Tuesday night at Mount Vernon City Council Chambers. Pictured, from left, are Robbins, attorney Jonathon Downes, Marysville City Council Member Tracy Richardson, Marysville City Manager Terry Emery and Worthington City Manager Matt Greeson.
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Robert Sprague

 

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Joshua Morrison/News Candidate for Lt. Governor Jon Husted, fills in for gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine on Wednesday night at the Knox County Republican Party GOP Lincoln-Reagan Dinner at the Gallagher Centre on the Ohio Eastern Star Campus in Mount Vernon.
Joshua Morrison/News Mary DeGenaro
Joshua Morrison/News Frank LaRose
Joshua Morrison/News Craig Baldwin
Joshua Morrison/News Donald Bovinett Jr.

 

 

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