There are about 50 issues and races on the ballot today and results were mixed for school levies across the region.
Among the schools asking for an increase in money from voters, Beavercreek, Oakwood and Piqua Schools levies passed. Levies in Bellbrook, Lebanon, Tipp City and Valley View failed.
Here’s a look at where election results stand across the region:
Incumbents Joseph, Shaw on top in Dayton Commission race; Turner-Sloss, Esrati also move on to fall
The field of five candidates for the Dayton City Commission has been narrowed to four, after Valerie Duncan came in last place in the run-off election, according to unofficial Montgomery County Board of Election results, with all precincts reporting.
Incumbent Commissioners Matt Joseph and Chris Shaw were the top vote-getters, and challenger Shenise Turner-Sloss finished in third place, the results show.
David Esrati held a small lead over Valerie Duncan for fourth place. The four finalists move on to compete in November for two open commission seats.
Beavercreek school levies pass
Both of Beavercreek’s school levies were approved Tuesday night, according to unofficial final results from the Greene County Board of Elections.
Bellbrook’s school levy fails big
Voters in the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek school district have overwhelmingly rejected a tax to support operating costs, according to final, unofficial results from the Greene County Board of Elections.
Troy to get first female mayor
Robin Oda was elected Troy mayor over Tom Kendall in the Republican race Tuesday evening. With all Troy precincts counted at the Miami County Board of Elections, Oda had 58.76 percent to 41.24 percent for Kendall. Oda will be the city’s first woman mayor.
Lebanon Schools levy fails
More than 56 percent of Lebanon school district rejected a 4-year, 4.99-mill tax levy in Tuesday’s election, according to unofficial election-night results.
Kettering levy passes easily
Voters sent a strong message of support to the Kettering City Schools, as they went to the ballot box and overwhelmingly supported a 6.9-mill levy renewal in unofficial results by a 66 percent to 34 percent margin.
Fairborn changes to charter passing
Fairborn voters approved two issues and narrowly rejected a third that would have amended the city’s charter, according to final, unofficial results from the Greene County Board of Elections.
Tipp Schools bond issue fails; Piqua passes
Voters in the Tipp City Exempted Village School District were defeating a controversial bond issue to build new classrooms Tuesday, while those in Piqua were approving a facility improvements proposal.
Oakwood passes school levy
Oakwood’s two-part school levy passed by a solid margin Tuesday night, according to unofficial final results from the Montgomery County Board of Elections.
Washington Twp. to get new fire station
Voters overwhelmingly approved a 2.85-mill levy that will enable the Washington Twp. fire department to address a shortage of firefighters and an increasing number of calls for service. A new fire station also is planned.
Moraine voters keep income tax hike
The majority of Moraine voters support an effort by the city to continue a 0.5-percent income tax increase. Issue 12 won 64.3 percent of the vote Tuesday night, according to the Montgomery County Board of Elections.
Voters come out big against Wayne Twp. zoning issue
More than 86 percent of voters in the unincorporated part of this Warren County township overturned a rezoning that would have permitted the construction of 39 homes on 40.7 acres just outside Waynesville.Details of the zoning issue
Miami Twp. police levy passes
The majority of votes counted in Miami Twp. signal support for an increase in property taxes to hire more police officers, according to early results.
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