With a tightening of just one more vote, the Jefferson Twp. operating levy results would have been recounted, said Steve Harsman, Montgomery County Board of Elections deputy director. A margin of one half of one percent triggers automatic recounts. The German Twp. road levy election difference would have needed to be four or fewer votes, he said.
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Two Democratic Central Committee races in Dayton precincts 18-B and 21-C resulted in one-vote races, requiring a 100-percent hand recount.
In 18-B, Arlinda Vaughn received 64 votes and Jason Miller 63. Marcia Knox received 63 votes, leading Ladona McKinney with 62 in 21-C.
The recount will be May 30 to determine the winners unless either of the currently losing candidate waives the right to a recount.
Voter turnout across the county for the primary election was 19.07 percent, according to the board.