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Old 11-06-18, 10:58 PM
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Ohio Election Results by County

This is the link to the Summit County BOE results of today's general election.

https://www.summitcountyboe.com/Elec...ect110618G.htm


As expected with the large urban area, Democrats carried the state and US Senate races. I'm surprised how soundly Issue 1 was defeated.

It might be interesting to see each county's results figure into the statwide totals.
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Old 11-06-18, 11:09 PM
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https://vote.franklincountyohio.gov/elections/

Issue 1 here went 52-48% yes.

I'm always interested in how close the local issues are. My local school district got a combined levy and bond issue passed by a little over 100 votes out of 4500 cast. It's a district that usually goes about 80% in favor of levies but the BOE decided to attach a bond issue to it and pissed a lot of people off.
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Old 11-06-18, 11:27 PM
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https://vote.franklincountyohio.gov/elections/

Issue 1 here went 52-48% yes.

I'm always interested in how close the local issues are. My local school district got a combined levy and bond issue passed by a little over 100 votes out of 4500 cast. It's a district that usually goes about 80% in favor of levies but the BOE decided to attach a bond issue to it and pissed a lot of people off.
A couple thoughts here. First, I didn't realize the Columbus area had become deep blue. Also, I wonder how much the Issue 1 result was affected by tOSU voters. There are other universities in Franklin County as well. I'm thinkng that age group would tend to be the YES voters.
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Old 11-06-18, 11:41 PM
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A couple thoughts here. First, I didn't realize the Columbus area had become deep blue. Also, I wonder how much the Issue 1 result was affected by tOSU voters. There are other universities in Franklin County as well. I'm thinkng that age group would tend to be the YES voters.
As the city of Columbus and it's suburbs have grown a lot of the typical red voters have migrated north into Delaware County and the immediate suburbs have tended to be blue. That's a great point about the universities besides OSU. Capital and Ohio Dominican have fairly large student populations here that would probably be in support of Issue 1.
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Old 11-07-18, 08:12 AM
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This is the link to the Summit County BOE results of today's general election.

https://www.summitcountyboe.com/Elec...ect110618G.htm


As expected with the large urban area, Democrats carried the state and US Senate races. I'm surprised how soundly Issue 1 was defeated.

It might be interesting to see each county's results figure into the statwide totals.
I'm not. It's a good idea but horribly written. Once word of that got out, it never stood a chance.
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Old 11-07-18, 11:14 AM
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A couple thoughts here. First, I didn't realize the Columbus area had become deep blue. Also, I wonder how much the Issue 1 result was affected by tOSU voters. There are other universities in Franklin County as well. I'm thinkng that age group would tend to be the YES voters.
Most cities are Blue nowadays. I heard an interesting commentary this morning that the Republican party needs to figure out how to break into the "big city" areas which have become Blue havens.

Also heard interesting discussions on how to change the education system because of it's influence on young people. Our schools are pushing Socialism and have been indoctrinating young people for a couple decades now and the only way to change that is for conservatives to get more involved with the school curriculums.

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I'm not. It's a good idea but horribly written. Once word of that got out, it never stood a chance.
I agree Taco MacArthur. It was interesting even reading on Yappi how many people were originally for Issue 1 but after reading more about it turned against it. I think it shows that a lot of people have similar feelings about social issues they just differ on how they should be dealt with.
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Old 11-07-18, 11:41 AM
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I'm not. It's a good idea but horribly written. Once word of that got out, it never stood a chance.
My larger problem with it would be (if I was still an Ohio voter) that this kind of issue should be handled by the legislature and not constitutional amendment. Process matters.
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Old 11-07-18, 11:46 AM
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I'm not. It's a good idea but horribly written. Once word of that got out, it never stood a chance.
Agreed
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Old 11-15-18, 02:36 PM
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This is the link to the Summit County BOE results of today's general election.

https://www.summitcountyboe.com/Elec...ect110618G.htm


As expected with the large urban area, Democrats carried the state and US Senate races. I'm surprised how soundly Issue 1 was defeated.

It might be interesting to see each county's results figure into the statwide totals.
I'm not a huge political nut, but I looked at Issue 1 really hard and at one point was thinking of voting yes. Not because I think we should go soft on drug dealers, but simply because of the cost of keeping people in prisons.

I've always been amazed at how many people -- to solve any problem -- automatically want to just throw people in prisons. According to the national register, it costs over $34,000 per year to house a prisoner. That number is not ever going to go down. Someone gets popped for the 10th DUI, and people just say throw them in prison. For a non-violent offender, does it make sense to spend $34,000 per year to keep that person away from us?
The police, attorneys and other government related staffs to prisons did a great job putting the scare tactic on us that if Issue 1 passed, we'd have all the drug dealers let out of prisons. Ok?? So?? Folks, I've never had a drug problem. I've never wanted to have drug problem. If someone wants to put poison in their system, potentially making them self addicted to drugs...that's on them. Heck, we're practically as a nation making marijuana the same as a coke or pepsi??
It will be interested to see if this is repackaged in a different way moving forward. Are people willing to give up more tax dollars to build prisons?
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Old 11-15-18, 03:08 PM
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Athens did it’s typical all Democrats got 67% of the vote. Issue 1 got 57% no.
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Old 11-15-18, 04:53 PM
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How many of the college/university voters also voted absentee in their hometowns?
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