Local Election Results May 5, 2015
According to unofficial numbers from the Montgomery County Board of Elections, only 8.3 percent of registered voters turned out for Tuesday's primary.
Four candidates are moving forward to the November election in the Dayton City Commissioner race. Incumbent Matt Joseph received 32 percent, Chris Shaw captured 27 percent, 15 percent of voters cast ballots for Scott Sliver and Darryl Fairchild received 14 percent. They’ll vie for two open seats. Current Dayton Public Schools Board of Education member Hazel Rountree came in last in the runoff election and will not advance.
In Huber Heights, Incumbent Jan Vargo and Glen Otto will compete for the council’s At Large seat in November. They were separated by 420 votes, according unofficial tallies.
Greg Thompson, Michelle Lynn Collins and Ryan Colvin will move to the general election for the Miamisburg At Large council seat. Bob Davis missed the final spot by 40 votes.
All renewal levies for schools, such as Brookville and Kettering, and cities such as Huber Heights and Brookville passed. Northridge Local School District got an OK from voters for its proposed bond levy.
Schools in Greene County also had no problem with approvals for renewal levies. Voters said yes to operating funds for Xenia, Yellow Springs, Beavercreek and Bellbrook-Sugarcreek schools. Voters also approved levies in Spring Valley and Cedarville.
The only local levy that failed yesterday was for the Warren County Career Center.
Twelve percent of registered voters turned out on election day in Clark County to decide several tax issues and a contested race for municipal judge.
Final unofficial results show that 64 percent of the voters casting a ballot approved a renewal levy for the Springfield City Schools, which will generate more than $3 million annually for the district.
And 53 percent of the voters said yes to a one percent 10-year earned income tax that will generate more than $4 million annually for the Northeastern Local School District.
In New Carlisle, 57 percent of the voters were in favor of new money for police services. The half percent income tax will bring in $500,000 to provide additional deputies for the town.
With 64 percent of the vote, Daniel Carey won the contested Republican primary for Municipal Court judge over Brian Driscoll. Both men are Clark County assistant prosecutors. Carey will now face Democratic incumbent Eugene Nevius in November’s general election.