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11/2/2010 7:44:00 PM
Final unofficial election results: 31 precincts reporting WATCH THE VIDEO
Shaffer defeats Heaton
Highland County Commissioner-elect Jeremy Shaffer is shown with Ohio governor-elect John Kasich during a rally held at the Highland House Museum in April.
Highland County Commissioner-elect Jeremy Shaffer is shown with Ohio governor-elect John Kasich during a rally held at the Highland House Museum in April.
UPDATED Election results: 31 precincts reporting
With 0 precincts reporting, the following unofficial election results have been posted:
Governor and Lt. Governor
Ted Strickland/Yvette McGee Brown (D)
Dennis s. Spisak/Anita Rios (GREEN Party)
Ken Matesz/Margaret Ann Leech (Libertarian)
John Kasich/Mary Taylor (R)
Attorney General
Marc Allan Feldman (Libertarian)
Mike DeWine (R)
Richard Cordray (D)
Robert M. Ownes (Constitutionalist Party)
Auditor of State
David Pepper (D)
David A. Yost (R)
L. Michael Howard (Libertarian) 
Secretary of State
Charles R. Earl (Libertarian)
Jon Husted
Maryellen O'Shaughnessy (D)
Treasurer of State
Josh Mandel (R)
Kevin L. Boyce (D)
Matthew P. Cantrell (Libertarian)
United States Senator 
Daniel H. LaBotz (Socialist)
Eric W. Deaton (Constitutionalist Party)
Lee Fisher (D)
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Representative to Congress, Third District
Joe Roberts (D)
Mike Turner (R)
Chief Justice of Supreme Court
Eric Brown (D)
Maureen O'Connor (R)
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Judith Ann Lanzinger (R)
Mary Jane Trapp (D)
Justice of Supreme Court 1-2-11
Paul E. Pfeifer (R)
Judge of Court of Appeals, Fourth District
Matthew W. McFarland (R)
State Senator, 17th District  
David T. Daniels (R)
Justin Fallon (D)
State Representative, 86th District
Bill Horne (D)
Cliff Rosenberger (R)
Jacob Dawson (Libertarian)
Highland County Commissioner 
Gary Heaton (D)
Jeremy Roger Shaffer (R)
Highland County Auditor
Bill Fawley (R)
With 31 precincts reporting, the following unofficial election results have been posted:

State Senator, 17th District  
David T. Daniels (R) 8,918 votes
Justin Fallon (D) 2,875 votes

State Representative, 86th District
Bill Horne (D) 4,359 votes
Cliff Rosenberger (R) 6,640 votes
Jacob Dawson (Libertarian) 516 votes

Highland County Commissioner 
Gary Heaton (D) 5,696 votes
Jeremy Roger Shaffer (R) 6,113 votes

Governor and Lt. Governor
Ted Strickland/Yvette McGee Brown (D)  4,102 votes
Dennis s. Spisak/Anita Rios (GREEN Party)  224 votes
Ken Matesz/Margaret Ann Leech (Libertarian) 374 votes
John Kasich/Mary Taylor (R) 7,235 votes

Attorney General
Marc Allan Feldman (Libertarian) 382 votes
Mike DeWine (R) 7,383 votes
Richard Cordray (D) 3,651 votes
Robert M. Owens (Constitutionalist Party) 472 votes

Auditor of State
David Pepper (D) 3,640 votes
David A. Yost (R) 7,366 votes
L. Michael Howard (Libertarian) 741 votes

Secretary of State
Charles R. Earl (Libertarian) 716 votes
Jon Husted 7,873 votes
Maryellen O'Shaughnessy (D) 3,136 votes

Treasurer of State
Josh Mandel (R) 7,935 votes
Kevin L. Boyce (D) 3,164 votes
Matthew P. Cantrell (Libertarian) 631 votes

United States Senator 
Daniel H. LaBotz (Socialist) 77 votes
Eric W. Deaton (Constitutionalist Party) 268 votes
Lee Fisher (D) 2,793 votes
Rob Portman (R) 8,591 votes
Michael L. Pryce 164 votes 

Representative to Congress, Third District
Joe Roberts (D) 2,999 votes
Mike Turner (R) 8,746 votes

Chief Justice of Supreme Court
Eric Brown (D) 3,275 votes
Maureen O'Connor (R) 7,334 votes

Justice of Supreme Court 1-1-11
Judith Ann Lanzinger (R) 6,072 votes
Mary Jane Trapp (D) 3,790 votes

Justice of Supreme Court 1-2-11
Paul E. Pfeifer (R) 8,519 votes

Judge of Court of Appeals, Fourth District
Matthew W. McFarland (R) 8,584 votes

Highland County Auditor
Bill Fawley (R) 9,883 votes

Adams Co/OVSD
For the levy 41
Against the levy 183

 Paint Township
For the levy 534
Against the levy  455

Washington Township
For the levy  215
Against the levy 160

 

Brandy Chandler
Managing Editor and Editor of online content creation and development

More than 40 percent of Highland County voters turned out Tuesday to cast their votes in Ohio's midterm election. 
According to the Highland County Board of Elections, 27,608 ballots, including absentee ballots, were cast in the county.  

Steve Witham, director of elections at the Highland County Board of Elections said that other than a few minor technical problems, such as printers issues which were quickly amended, it has been a smooth election day. 

"It's been smooth. We've had the normal election day issues, a printer wasn't snapped down all the way, or paper that gets stuck," Witham said. "But people are really good and trained to the point where something happens, they can get it fixed quick. We've really had no major problems at all, and that's what we like to see."

All absentee ballots were scanned prior to the closing of the polls and input into the system using the board's new ballot scanner. That saved the board hours of work in counting them by hand, and absentee votes were included when the board released its first round of cumulative results. 

The board has received 2,675 absentee ballots, Witham said, with more than 700 people voting in the office. In-office voting has a considerable cost savings to the county, he said, which saves the office from having to mail out ballots. 




 



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• Shaffer unseats Heaton
• Rosenberger wins 86th District House seat


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Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Article comment by: Terry Mikkelsen

Congratulations to the Highland County Board of Elections for a great night. No official complaints to Out Vote Live either!

http://bit.ly/cLwA4e


Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Article comment by: Jim Moore


Highland County deserves a "High-5" for its voter turnout of more than 40%. Though the ideal is 100%, of course, in the Real World 40% for a midterm election is very good.
And the Board of Elections and all the volunteers obviously have done a great job too, and that is sure a blessing!

Jim Moore
Hillsboro




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