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Board of Elections workers and poll workers get to work on tabulating the results.
Board of Elections workers and poll workers get to work on tabulating the results.
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The polls opened early Tuesday and a beautiful spring morning greeted voters as they ventured out to cast their ballots in the 2014 primary election.


According to the Adams County Board of Elections, there were 503 ballots issued for absentee and early voting prior to the election.


As it is a primary during a year without a Presidential election, the turnout is expected to be lower overall. Depending on which party an individual declared for, a voter may or may not have had quite a few areas to voice their opinion.


Democrats voted on who they want as their challenger to Rep. Brad Wenstrup, a Republican. Republicans were choosing between Brian Baldridge and Robin Stephenson for who will run uncontested in the general election for Adams County Commissioner, as well as who will sit on the State Central Committee. There were also a few tax levies, a state issue, and local options.


Listed here are the unofficial results from all 23 precincts in Adams County, but you can check the final results on our website at peopledefender.com or at the Board of Election’s website at http://www.electionsonthe.net/oh/Adams


DEMOCRATIC

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Larry Ealy and Ken Gray - 134

Edward FitzGerald and Sharen Neuhardt - 489

Representative (2nd District)

Ronny Richards - 274

John Shiel - 90

William R. Smith - 148

Marek Tyszkiewicz - 123

REPUBLICAN

State Central Committee, Man

Greg T. Lang - 339

Gregory H. Simpson - 812

Ken Walston - 240

State Central Committee, Woman

Jacki Block - 270

Kay Reynolds - 1116

County Commissioner

Brian Baldridge - 1161

Robin Stephenson - 748

NONPARTISAN

Issue One - Capital Improvements Infrastructure Fund


For - 1492


Against - 1042


Bratton - Replacement/ 1 mill/ current expenses/ 5 years


For - 71


Against - 69


Franklin - Replacement/ 2.5 mills/ fire protection/ 5 years


For - 77


Against - 36


Monroe - Renewal/ 2 mills/ fire protection/ 5 years


For - 60


Against - 33


West Union - Additional/ 2.5 mills/ police protection/ 5 years


For - 124


Against - 211


LOCAL OPTIONS

Cherry Fork - Surrender of corporate powers


For - 22


Against - 5


Churn Creek Pct. - Liquor Permit


For - 44


Against - 46

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