Greene County is also expected to recount, although there are fewer votes at issue.
Election night tallies were 1,226 to 1,225 in Warren County, 11 to 10 in the small piece of the district in Green County- leaving only a two-vote margin.
Tuesday’s final count widens the margin, with only a relatively small number of votes to be counted in Greene County.
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Passage of Issue 19 would repay debt on bonds issued to finance more than $26.5 million in funds used to build a new Waynesville Elementary School, turn the 1915 Building, a former school building, into a community center and improve parking and other infrastructure on the Wayne Local Schools’ complex off Dayton Road.
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Recounts are also scheduled in races for Deerfield Twp. trustee and Franklin Board of Education.
The results tallied Tuesday showed Lonnie Vestal with 2,224 and Bill Lantry with 2,197 in the race for the seat on the Deerfield Twp. Board of Trustees.
And in a race for the Franklin school board, Bob Knipper was leading Dennis G. Dwyer, 1,371-1,363.
But in the race for Franklin City Council, Matt Wilcher edged Carl Bray, 850-838 and no recount will be held, Sleeth said.