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Grime Wins Mayor’s Race; Ball, Eicher, Morton Top Vote-Getters For Council; Rupp, King Top Pettisville School Board VotesFree Access

Unofficial election results of races, Tuesday, Nov. 5
(will be updated as results are reported):
 
Archbold Mayor (100% of precincts reporting)
(Vote for 1)
Jeff Fryman 420
Brad Grime 763
 
Archbold Village Council (100% of precincts reporting)
(Vote for 3)
Karla Ball 914
Michael Dijak 222
Kevin Eicher 688
Monica Miller 669
Kevin Morton 679
 
Pettisville School Board (100% of Fulton Co. precincts reporting)
(Vote for 2):
Dan Bruner 141
Brent King 192
Scott Rupp 228
Eric Rychener 70
Pam Skates 177
 
German Twp. Fiscal Officer (100% of precincts reporting)
(Vote for 1)
Joyce Kinsman 420
Keith Roth 431
***Write-In 13
(13 write in ballots were invalid)
**Results may not be available Tuesday night for this race**
 
Clinton Twp Trustee (100% of precincts reporting)
(Vote for 1)
Rick Frey 634
Dave Murry 604
 
Dover Twp Trustee (100% of precincts reporting)
(Vote for 1)
Pamela Moore 78
Dianne Valentine 223
 
Fayette School Board (100% of precincts reporting)
(Vote for 3)
Ryan Eberly 362
Kirk Keiser 374
Jason Kessler 416
Fred Stockburger 218
 
Fayette Council (100% of precincts reporting)
(Vote for 2)
David Wheeler 187
Suzette Boesger 2
Write-In 18
 
Gorham Twp Trustee (100% of precincts reporting)
(Vote for 1)
Lee Opdycke 128
Eliott Richardson 308
 
Clinton Twp. 1 mill renewal roads
(100% of precincts reporting)
For the tax levy 931
Against the tax levy 380
 
Clinton Twp 1.54 mills additional fire
(100% of precincts reporting)
For the tax levy 840
Against the tax levy 465
 
Dover Twp 1-mill replacement fire
(100% of precincts reporting)
For the tax levy 228
Against the tax levy 76
 
Franklin Twp 1.1 mill additional fire
(100% of precincts reporting)
For the tax levy 78
Against the tax levy 32
 
Fayette Library .75 mill replacement
(100% of precincts reporting)
For the tax levy 394
Against the tax levy 122
 
Fulton Co Senior Center 1.7 mill renewal w/increase
(100% of precincts reporting)
For the tax levy 5101
Against the tax levy 2168.

Ballots counted election night will not include provisional ballots, mailed-in absentee ballots that were postmarked in time but not delivered, and ballots from members of the military who are overseas.

In order to be counted, an absentee ballot must be postmarked Nov. 4, the day before election day. They must be received at the Board of Elections office by Friday, Nov. 15.

A provisional ballot is considered a “last chance” ballot. If a voter moved from one precinct to another, or one county to another, and did not update their address with the Board of Elections, they may cast a provision ballot. The board will check their records, or check with the other county, and if that voter had a valid registration at the old address, the vote will count. If a person changed their name (i.e., got married) and did not update the voter registration, they may cast a provisional ballot. If the voter registration was valid under the previous name, the vote will count. If a person isn’t sure if their registration is up to date, they may cast a provisional ballot, and if they have a valid voter registration anywhere in the state of Ohio, their vote counts. At this point, election results are considered unofficial. The final, office count for the fall general election will be Wednesday, Nov. 20-Updated 11.6, 10:43 am.