Voters cast their ballots at the ROC in Delphos Tuesday. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)
Voters cast their ballots at the ROC in Delphos Tuesday. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)
Allen County

Delphos

City of Delphos Auditor

Adam J. Kayser 861

City of Delphos Director of Law

Andrew D. Knueve 862

City of Delphos Mayor

Doug Mullenhour 860

City of Delphos Council at Large (Vote for no more than 3)

Joshua Bayliff 680

Joseph Dray 611

Scott Wiltsie (Write-in) 65

City of Delphos President of Council

Nichole Coil (Write-in) 89

Delphos School Board (Vote for no more than 1)

Jason A. Grogg 1,158

Edward M. Weilacher 400

Delphos School Board (Vote for no more than 2)

Erika Illig 784

Tony Wiechart 975

Jamey Wisherm 888

Elida

Elida Mayor

Kim M. Hardy 161

Claude R. Paxton 214

Elida Council

Jon Toby Jenkins 339

Elida School Board (Vote for no more than 2)

Pat Schymanski 1,402

Brenda Stocker 1,550

Spencerville Mayor

Phil Briggs 160

Spencerville Council

Joshua Lyle (Write-in) 46

Darrell Pugin (Write-in) 46

Spencerville School Board (Vote for no more than 2)

Spencer R. Clum 308

Lori Ringwald 367

Marion Township Fiscal Officer

Robert C. Kimmet 940

Marion Township Trustee

Jerry A. Gilden 960

Marion Township

Additional Levy, 0.35 mill, Fire and Emergency Services, 5 years

For the tax levy 338

Against the tax levy 146

Allen County Children’s Services Tax Levy Renewal

A renewal of a tax for the benefit of Allen County for the purpose of the support of children services and the care and placement of children at a rate not exceeding 0.75 mill for each $1 of valuation, which amounts to $0.75 for each $100 of valuation for 5 year, commencing in 2020, first due in calendar year 2021.

For the tax levy 8,605

Against the tax levy 3,537

Putnam County

Fort Jennings Mayor

Tony Recker 57

James Smith 103

Ottoville Mayor

Ronald Miller 235

Ottoville Council (Vote for no more than 2)

Tyler Albridge 105

William Miller 168

Joseph Moreno 199

Ottoville

A replacement of a tax for the benefit of Ottoville Village for the purpose of current expenses at a rate not exceeding 1.3 mills for each $1 of valuation, which amounts to $0.13 for each $100 of valuation, for 5 years, commending in 2020, first due in calendar year 2021.

For the tax 196

Against the tax 69

Ottoville School Board (Vote for no more than 2)

Sue Bendele 631

Barbara Hoersten 598

Jennings Local School Board (Vote for no more than 2)

Molly Jo Hoersten 372

Cliff Wieging 408

Jennings Local School District

An income tax renewal of three-quarters percent (0.75 percent) on the school district income of individuals and of estates expiring a the end of 2025, for five years, beginning January 1, 2021, for the purpose of providing for current operating expenses of the school district.

For the tax 408

Against the tax 99

Monterey Township Fiscal Officer

Jeanne Wannemacher 502

Monterey Township Trustee (Vote for no more than 1)

Daniel Honigford 174

Virgil Miller 154

Joseph Wehri 285

Jennings Township Trustee

Denis Neider 458

Van Wert County

Lincolnview Local School Board (Vote for no more than 2)

Kirk Berryman 342

Michelle Gorman 472

Bradley E. Coil 437

Stuart Wyatt 365

Middle Point Mayor

Mark Dickman 67

Kenneth Myers 71

Middle Point Council

Cathleen E. Malone 73

Gary S. Myers 106

Middle Point Village

A renewal of a tax for the benefit of the Village of Middle Point for the purpose of current expenses at a rate not exceeding 1.3 mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to thirteen cents ($0.13) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five years, commencing in 2021, first due in calendar year 2022.

For the tax 99

Against the tax 39

A renewal of a tax for the benefit of the Village of Middle Point for the purpose of fire expenses at a rate not exceeding 3 mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to thirteen cents ($0.30) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five years, commencing in 2021, first due in calendar year 2022.

For the tax 94

Against the tax 44

Venedocia Mayor

Vernon Hobbs 24

Matthew J. King 14

Venedocia Village Council (Vote for no more than 2)

Marjorie A. Clement 23

Phillip L. Eutsler 24

Barbara C. Good 17

Washington Township Trustee

Dean Bowersock 725

Washington Township Fiscal Officer

Michael J. Swick 380

James M. Mox 478

Washington Township (East Fire District)

A replacement of an existing tax of 1.5 mill and an additional .3 mill for the benefit of Washington Township (East Fire District) for the purpose of EMS & fire protection which amounts to $0.18 for each $100 of valuation, for five years commencing in 2020, first due in calendar year 2021

For the tax 121

Against the tax 44

Washington Township (West Fire District)

A replacement of an existing tax of 1.0 mill and an additional .3 mill for the benefit of Washington Township (West Fire District) for the purpose of EMS & fire protection which amounts to $0.13 for each $100 of valuation, for five years commencing in 2020, first due in calendar year 2021

For the tax 124

Against the tax 25