May 24, 2024

Meigs County Primary Election unofficial results

POMEROY, Ohio – Unofficial results are in for Meigs County. Several issues were decided along with partisan ballot candidates.

Meigs County has 14,728 registered voters. A total of 3,753 ballots were cast. Republican ballots cast were 3,171 with 525 Democratic ballots cast.

The following results are for Meigs County only.

Township/VillageIssue
Chester TownshipReplacement Levy for maintaining cemeteries. 1 mill. For – 286; Against – 164
Columbia TownshipIncome Tax Renewal of 1 percent for Alexander School District. For – 139; Against 233
Orange TownshipAdditional Tax Levy for purpose of fire protection. 2 mills. For – 191; Against – 67
Rutland VillageRenewal Tax Levy for current expenses. 2 mills. For – 38; Against 31
Racine VillageReplacement Tax Levy for fire protection. .70 mills For – 87; Against 21

Republican County-Wide Ballot

OfficeCandidates
Delegates-at-Large and Alternates-at-Large to the National Convention (Vote for no more than 1)Chris Christie, 28; Ron DeSantis, 69; Nikki R. Haley, 213; Vivek Ramaswamy, 17; Donald J. Trump, 2,777
For District Delegates and District Alternates to the National Convention (2nd District) (Vote for no more than 1)Chris Christie, 39; Ron DeSantis, 92; Nikki R. Haley, 223; Vivek Ramaswamy, 31; Donald J. Trump, 2,678
For U.S. Senator (Vote for not more than 1)Matt Dolan, 645; Frank LaRose, 809; Bernie Moreno, 1,485
For Representative to Congress (2nd District) (Vote for not more than 1)Niraj Antani, 74; Kim Georgeton, 72; Phil Heimlich, 78; Ron Hood, 309; Tom Hwang, 106; Larry Kidd, 635; Derek Myers, 66; Tim O’Hara, 810; Charles Tassell, 34; David J. Taylor, 519; Shane Wilkin, 170
For Justice of the Supreme Court (Full Term Commencing 1-1-2025)Megan E. Shanahan, 2,408
For Justice of the Supreme Court (Full Term Commencing 1-2-2025)Joseph T. Deters, 2,372
For Justice of the Supreme Court (Unexpired term ending 12-31-2026)Daniel R. Hawkins, 2,362
For Judge of the Court of Appeals (4th District) (Full Term Commencing 2-9-2025)Jason P. Smith, 2,364
For Judge of the Court of Appeals (4th District) (Full Term Commencing 2-10-2025)Mike Hess, 2,352
For Member of State Central Committee, Man (30th District) Jim Carnes, 2,330
For Member of State Central Committee, Woman (30th District) (Vote for not more than 1)Nicole Hunter, 1,904; Khadine Ritter, 640
For State Senator (30th District) Brian M. Chavez, 2,296
For State Representative (94th District) (Vote for not more than 1)Kevin Ritter, 1,227; Shannon Walker, 1,614
For Judge of the Court of Common Pleas (Full Term Commencing 1-1-2025)Linda R. Warner, 2,633
For County Commissioner (Full Term Commencing 1-2-2025) Shannon Miller, 2,456
For County Commissioner (Full Term Commencing 1-3-2025) Jimmy Will, 2,533
For Prosecuting Attorney James K. Stanley, 2,438
For Clerk of Court of Common PleasSammi Mugrage, 2,556
For SheriffD. Scott Fitch, 2,615
For County RecorderHuey Eason, 2,577
For County TreasurerTim Ihle, 2,506
For County EngineerEugene Triplett, 2,597
For CoronerNo Valid Petition Filed

Democrat County-Wide Ballot

OfficeCandidates
For Delegates-at-Large and Alternates-at-Large to the National Convention (Vote for not more than 1)Joseph R. Biden, Jr., 396; Dean Phillips, 107
For U.S. SenatorSherrod Brown, 482
For Representative to Congress (2nd District) (Vote for not more than 1)Samantha Meadows, 397
For Justice of the Supreme Court (Full Term Commencing 1-1-2025)Michael P. Donnelly, 447
For Justice of the Supreme Court (Full Term Commencing 1-2-2025)Melody J. Stewart, 446
For Justice of the Supreme Court (Unexpired term ending 12-31-2026) (Vote for not more than 1)Lisa Forbes, 272; Terri Jamison, 184
For State Representative (94th District) Wenda Sheard, 435