December 19, 2014

Medina
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Cloverleaf, Brunswick levies winners — 97 percent of precincts counted

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The Cloverleaf Schools’ combined 0.75-percent income tax and additional 3.5-mill, 10-year levy is headed for victory in Tuesday’s primary.With 15 of 16 precincts reporting, the issue has a commanding 3,316-to-2,587 vote lead.

Also, in Brunswick Schools, with all but two of 28 precincts counted, the 6.1-mill renewal levy was winning by a commanding 4,110-to-2,447 vote count, according to unofficial results from the Medina County Board of Elections.

MEDINA COUNTY OFFICES
97 percent of precincts counted.
* denotes incumbents
One to be nominated unless otherwise noted

COMMISSIONER
Democrat
Elisa Kazek 4,393
Republican
Adam Friedrick* 7,828

AUDITOR
Democrat
Mike Kovack* 4,517
Republican
Keith H. Dirham 7,618

COMMON PLEAS JUDGE
Democrat
Joyce V. Kimbler 4,738
Republican
Mike Callow 3,116
Gary F. Werner 5,419

JUVENILE/PROBATE JUDGE
Democrat
David C. Sheldon 4,370
Republican
Kevin W. Dunn* 7,846

MEDINA COUNTY ISSUES
SCHOOL DISTRICTS
BRUNSWICK
ISSUE 2: A 6.1-mill, eight-year renewal levy, commencing in 2014, for emergency requirements.
Yes 4,110- No 2,447

CLOVERLEAF
ISSUE 3: A 0.75 percent tax on earned income for 10 years and a 3.5-mill, 10-year additional levy, commencing in 2014, for emergency requirements.
Yes 3,316- No 2,587

CITIES
BRUNSWICK
ISSUE 6: A 1.2-mill, 10-year additional levy, commencing in 2014, for street and bridge maintenance.
Yes 3,029- No 2,053

TOWNSHIPS
ISSUE 5: A proposal to authorize the county commissioners to negotiate retail natural gas rates for the residents of the county’s 17 townships, except in cases where the resident opts out.
Yes 5,315- No 3,607