Ty Moore overwhelmingly wins County Commissioner race

CALDWELL, Ohio — Republican candidates swept the ballot in Noble County on Tuesday, while voters looked favorably on a number of renewal levies.

According to unofficial results from the Noble County Board of Elections, Republican Ty Moore defeated Democrat Allan Schehl, 71 percent to 29 percent, to secure the Noble County Commissioner’s seat.

In the race for the State Senate’s 30th District, challenger Frank Hoagland defeated incumbent Democrat Lou Gentile, 65 percent to 35 percent. Incumbent Republican Rep. Andy Thompson beat Democrat Ginny Favede, 70 percent to 30 percent, in Noble County in the race for the State’s 95th House District.

A pair of county-wide renewal levies passed overwhelmingly in Noble County. The Noble County Senior Citizens’ Service levy was approved, 4,143 votes to 1,507 votes. The Ohio Cooperative Extension Services levy, which supports Noble County’s OSU Extension, passed with 3,825 votes in favor, 1,834 votes against.

And in Noble County, Republican incumbent Bill Johnson defeated Democrat Mike Lorentz, 75 percent to 25 percent, in the race for the Sixth Congressional District.

All election results are considered unofficial until certified by the Ohio Secretary of State’s office two weeks after the election.

Noble County Commissioner
Ty Moore (R) – 4127
Allan Schehl (D) – 1663

State Senator, 30th District
Lou Gentile (D) – 1962
Frank Hoagland (R) – 3589

State Representative, 95th District
Ginny Favede (D) – 1661
Andy Thompson (R) – 3942

Noble County Senior Citizens’ Services, 0.4-mill renewal levy
For the Tax Levy – 4143
Against the Tax Levy – 1507

Noble County, Ohio Cooperative Extension Services, 1.0-mill renewal levy
For the Tax Levy – 3825
Against the Tax Levy – 1834

Center Township, 0.4-mill renewal levy for cemetery maintenance
For the Tax Levy – 415
Against the Tax Levy – 185

Summerfield, 4.0-mill renewal levy for operating expenses
For the Tax Levy – 65
Against the Tax Levy – 26

Elk Township, 2.0-mill renewal levy for operating expenses
For the Tax Levy – 94
Against the Tax Levy – 49

Hillary Clinton (D) – 1201
Donald Trump (R) – 4441
Gary Johnson (L) – 148
Jill Stein (G) – 34
Richard Duncan (I) – 51

U.S. Senate
Rob Portman (R) – 4171
Ted Strickland (D) – 1199
Joseph DeMare (G) – 73
Scott Rupert (I) – 87
Tom Connors (I) – 103

U.S. Representative, 6th Congressional District
Bill Johnson (R) – 4203
Michael Lorentz (D) – 1388

Ohio Supreme Court Justice, Term Commencing Jan. 1, 2017
Pat Fischer (R) – 2207
John P. O’Donnell (D) – 1949

Ohio Supreme Court Justice, Term Commencing Jan. 2, 2017
Pat DeWine (R) – 2791
Cynthia Rice (D) – 1608

State Board of Education, District 8
Kathleen Purdy – 350
Vickie D. Briercheck – 332
Craig Brown – 720
Nancy P. Hollister – 1936
Debbie Phillips – 762