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President Barack Obama has won Ohio again, capturing the swing state after a hard-fought battle with Republican Mitt Romney. Obama, who also won Ohio in 2008, claims the swing state's 18 electoral votes on his way to an electoral victory nationwide.Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles has more.NPR's It's All Politics blog looks at Ohio's roll in the President's win.NPR's It's All Politics blog explores reaction to Obama's re-election from around the world.Democrat Sherrod Brown has won re-election to the U.S. Senate after one of the most expensive and closely watched match-ups in the country. The 59-year-old Brown beat Republican challenger Josh Mandel despite an onslaught of attacks from conservative outside groups.The Dayton Daily News' Martin Gottlieb provides analysis on the Brown-Mandel Race.Analysis from former Dayton Daily News editor Ellen Belcher.NPR's Peter Overby looks Senate races including Brown-Mandel and whether ad money equals victory.In the race for Ohio's new 10th District, Congressman Mike Turner won over challenger Sharon Neuhardt by a wide margin of 60% to 36%. WYSO's Jerry Kenney spoke with Turner about his win.Ohio voters have rejected a proposal to change the process for redrawing state legislative and congressional maps. Issue 2 lost after a fight that pitted voter advocacy groups and unions against business interests and the Ohio Republican Party.Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler has more information.There were nearly 200 school levies on the ballot Tuesday in Ohio. Several districts around the Miami Valley were seeking levy support from voter's to replace state aid ad revenue lost through tax changes. The majority of these levies were rejected.A picture of school levies throughout the state of Ohio from StateImpact's Ida LieszkovskyHowever, Dayton Metro Library saw success on its bond issue.County by county results for the WYSO listening area:Champaign CountyClark CountyClinton CountyDarke CountyGreene CountyMiami CountyMontgomery CountyPreble CountyWarren CountyThe WYSO news team has partnered with the Associated Press to bring you extra features and coverage on the candidates and issues this election season:Exit Poll DemographicsElection Results MapThe Balance of PowerInteractive Campaign OverviewCandidate and Issue TrackerCampaign Finance Tracker

Montgomery County Results

Election results for Montgomery County, Ohio with 100% of precincts reporting.

President/Vice - President

Johnson/Gray 0.95%

Obama/Biden 50.65%

Romney/Ryan 47.59%

Stein/Honkala 0.29%

 

U. S. Senator

Sherrod Brown 51.18%

Josh Mandel 45.17%

Scott A. Rupert 3.65%

 

10th Dist US Representative

David A. Harlow 2.70%

Sharen S. Neuhardt 39.13%

Mike Turner 58.16%

 

6th Dist State Senator

Peggy Lehner 62.87%

Rick McKiddy 37.13%

 

39th Dist State Representative

Fred Strahorn 82.65%

Jeffrey L. Wellbaum 17.3%

 

40th Dist State Representative

Carl Fisher 45.04%

Michael E. Henne 54.96%

 

41st Dist State Representative

Jim Butler 59.86%

Caroline Gentry 40.14%

 

42nd Dist State Representative

Terry Blair 65.64%

Aaron Buczkowski 34.36%

 

43rd Dist State Representative

Joyce M. Deitering 36.26%

Roland Winburn 63.74%

 

County Commissioner

Judy Dodge 49.44%

William Pace 3.70%

Dave Vore 46.86%

 

County Commissioner

Debbie Lieberman 53.99%

Ashley Webb 46.01%

 

Prosecuting Attorney

Mat Heck Jr. 100.00%

 

Clerk of the Courts of Common Pleas

Gregory A. Brush 51.37%

Mike Foley 48.63%

 

Sheriff

Phil Plummer 100%

 

County Recorder

Willis E. Blackshear 51.52%

Tim O'Bryant 48.48%

 

County Treasurer

Rene L. Oberer 42.45%

Carolyn Rice 57.55%

 

County Engineer

Paul W. Gruner 100.00%

 

Coroner

Kent E. Harshbarger 100.00%

 

Justice Supreme Ct

Terrence O'Donnell 67.29%

Mike Skindell 32.71%

 

Justice Supreme Ct

Robert R. Cupp 48.77%

William M. O'Neill 51.23%

 

Justice Supreme Ct

Yvette McGee Brown 41.39%

Sharon L. Kennedy 58.61%

 

2nd Dist Judge Court of Appeals FTC

Carley Ingram 50.95%

Jeffrey M. Welbaum 49.05%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas FTC

Timothy N. O'Connell 100%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas FTC

Michael W. Krumholtz 100%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas FTC

Michael L. Tucker 100%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas FTC

Dennis J. Langer 100%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas FTC

Gregory F. Singer 100%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas

Steven K. Dankof 100%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas

Dennis James Adkins 100%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas Domestic

Denise Martin Cross 100%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas Domestic

Timothy D. Wood 100%

 

Judge Court of Common Pleas Juvenile

Nick Kuntz 55.50%

Jeffery S. Rezabek 29.62%

C Ralph Wilcoxson II 14.88%

 

New Lebanon - Council-at-Large

Douglas R. Smith 100%

 

1. State Issue 1

YES 35.35%

NO 64.65%

 

2. State Issue 2

YES 41.09%

NO 58.91%

 

3. Local Option (BRK-B)- O'Riley's

YES 67.91%

NO 32.09%

 

4. Local Option (BRK-B) - O'Riley's

YES 67.52%

NO 32.48%

 

5. City of Clayton - Fire 3.5 mills

FOR THE TAX LEVY 65.52%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 34.48%

 

6. City of Clayton - Police 3.5 mills

FOR THE TAX LEVY 63.82%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 36.18%

 

7. City of Clayton - Charter Amendment

YES 68.04%

NO 31.96%

8. Local Option (DAY 2-B) - East Fifth

YES 56.54%

NO 43.46%

 

9a. Local Option (DAY 2-B) - East Fifth

YES 57.82%

NO 42.18%

 

9b. Local Option (DAY 2-B) - East Fifth

YES 49.75%

NO 50.25%

 

10a. Local Option (DAY 2-C) - Smithville Market Q1 Total

YES 62.73%

NO 37.27%

 

10b. Local Option (DAY 2-C) - Smithville Market Q2 Total

YES 53.88%

NO 46.12%

 

11. Local Option (DAY 9-B) - Angie's Firehouse Tavern Q2 Total

YES 79.02%

NO 20.98%

 

12. Local Option (DAY 10-E) - Sammy's Supermarket Q2 Total

YES 61.98%

NO 38.02%

 

13. Local Option (DAY 11-B) - Valero Q2 Total

YES 47.45%

NO 52.55%

 

14. Local Option (DAY 11-D) - Speedway LLC 5286 Q2 Total

YES 56.28%

NO 43.72%

 

15. Local Option (DAY 20-B) - Sammy's Food Mart Q2 Total

YES 58.62%

NO 41.38%

 

16. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 2.01 Mayor

YES 77.44%

NO 22.56%

 

17. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 4.05 Powers

YES 77.03%

NO 22.97%

 

18. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 5.01 Creation of

YES 70.14%

NO 29.86%

 

19. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 2.05 Emergency

YES 65.60%

NO 34.40%

 

20. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 4.01 Appointment,

YES 50.02%

NO 49.98%

21. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 4.03 Acting

YES 72.24%

NO 27.76%

 

22. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 5.03 Department

YES 68.70%

NO 31.30%

 

23. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 6.01 Merit System

YES 73.20%

NO 26.80%

 

24. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 6.02 Probation

YES 64.82%

NO 35.18%

 

25. City of Germantown - Charter

YES 71.84%

NO 28.16%

 

26. City of Germantown - Charter Amendment Section 2.02 Council

YES 71.41%

NO 28.59%

 

27. Local Option (HUB 5-C) - Clark Gas Station Q2 Total

YES 61.10%

NO 38.90%

 

28. City of Kettering - Charter Amendment Section 3-10 Term

YES 62.09%

NO 37.91%

 

29. City of Kettering - Charter Amendment Section 3-5 Compsensation

YES 55.19%

NO 44.81%

 

30. Local Option (MOR 1-A) - Walmart Supercenter Q2

YES 47.39%

NO 52.61%

 

31. Local Option (RV-A) - Clancy's Tavern, Inc Q2

YES 71.34%

NO 28.66%

 

32. Local Option (TR 1-A) - Stringtown Cafe / Grill's Tavern

YES 54.90%

NO 45.10%

 

33. City of Trotwood - Charter Amendement Section 3-4 Removal

YES 73.53%

NO 26.47%

 

34. City of Trotwood - Charter Amendement Section 3-7 Vice Mayor T

YES 72.65%

NO 27.35%

 

35. City of Trotwood - Charter Amendment Section 9-3 Recall

YES 70.13%

NO 29.87%

 

36. City of Trotwood - Charter Amendment Section 3-10 Clerk of

YES 64.91%

NO 35.09%

 

37. City of Trotwood - Charter Amendement Section 7-2 Appeals From

YES 69.51%

NO 30.49%

 

38. City of Trotwood - Charter Amendement Section 3-8 Meetings

YES 67.10%

NO 32.90%

 

39. Carlisle Village - Emergency Medical 2.61 mills (Additional)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 41.23%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 58.77%

 

40. Carlisle Village - Charter Amendment Section 4.01 Powers

YES 43.43%

NO 56.57%

 

41. Carlisle Village - Charter Amendment Section 4.02, 4.05

YES 59.22%

NO 40.78%

 

42. Carlisle Village - Charter Amendment Section 4.07 Compensation T

YES 52.58%

NO 47.42%

 

43. Carlisle Village - Charter Amendment Section 5.01, 5.03, 5.04,

YES 50.00%

NO 50.00%

 

44. Farmersville Village - Roads 1.5 mills (Renewal)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 65.02%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 34.98%

 

45. Local Option (J-NLB-B) - Speedway LLC 9560 Q2 Total

YES 53.00%

NO 47.00%

 

46. Verona Village - Police Protection 1.0 mill (Additional)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 31.25%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 68.75%

 

47. Butler Township - Police 3.0 mills (Additional)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 48.71%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 51.29%

 

48. German Township - Recreational 0.5 mill (Renewal)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 48.45%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 51.55%

 

49a. Local Option (HAR-C) - Q1

YES 61.26%

NO 38.74%

 

49b. Local Option (HAR-C) - Q2

YES 64.54%

NO 35.46%

 

50a. Local Option (HAR-H) - Salem Spirits Q1

YES 58.81%

NO 41.19%

 

50b. Local Option (HAR-H) - Salem Spirits Q2

YES 48.37%

NO 51.63%

 

51. Local Option (HAR-J) - Valero Q2

YES 48.58%

NO 51.42%

 

52. Jefferson Township - Current Operating Expenses 2.08/0.62 mills

FOR THE TAX LEVY 47.26%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 52.74%

 

53. Miami Township - Trash 1.4 mills (Replacement & Increase)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 46.41%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 53.59%

 

54. Miami Township - Police 5.0 mills (Replacement & Increase)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 45.05%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 54.95%

 

55. Local Option (WS-G) - Meadowlark Restaurant

YES 78.84%

NO 21.16%

 

56. Beavercreek CSD - Emergency Requirements 6.7 mills (Additional)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 45.55%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 54.45%

 

57. Centerville CSD - Current Expenses 5.9 mills (Additional)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 49.48%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 50.52%

 

58. Fairborn CSD - Emergency Requirements 7.4 mills (Additional)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 36.94%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 63.06%

 

59. Huber Height CSD - Current Operating Expense 8.0 mills (Additional)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 38.34%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 61.66%

 

60. Miamisburg CSD - Emergency Requirements 8.21 mills (Renewal)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 57.18%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 42.82%

 

61. Vandalia-Butler CSD - Current Operating Expenses 6.99 mills

FOR THE TAX LEVY 45.52%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 54.48%

 

62. West Carrolton CSD - Current Operating Expenses 3.9 mills

FOR THE TAX LEVY 48.37%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 51.63%

 

63. Carlisle LSD - Avoiding an Operating Deficit 4.9 mills (Additional)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 44.33%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 55.67%

 

64. Jefferson LSD - Permanent Improvements & Bond and Tax Issue

FOR BOND ISSUE N LEV 48.69%

AGAINST BOND N LEVY 51.31%

 

65. New Lebanon LSD - General Permanent Improvements 2.8 mills

FOR THE TAX LEVY 57.66%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 42.34%

 

66. New Lebanon LSD - Current Operating Expenses 7 mills (Renewal)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 59.23%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 40.77%

 

67. Tri County North LSD - Emergency Requirement 5.1 mills (Renewal)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 52.49%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 47.51%

 

68. Valley View LSD - Avoiding an Operating Deficit 6.97 mills (Additional)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 46.90%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 53.10%

 

69. Wright Memorial Public Library - Current Expenses 1.5 mills (Replacement)

FOR THE TAX LEVY 71.01%

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY 28.99%

 

70. Dayton Metro Library - Improvements & Construction 1.56 mills

FOR BOND ISSUE 61.80%

AGAINST BOND ISSUE 38.20%