Voters in 12 Ohio counties vote in special election Tuesday

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio voters in 12 counties had the chance to weigh in on certain local issues during a special election today. One district has already seen their school levy pass.

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Results are beginning to come in to Fox 8. Issues on the ballot include:

— A 5.8 mil renewal levy to avoid an operating deficit in the  Brown Local School District has passed.

— An initiative and referendum to surrender corporate powers in Limaville, Stark County. Limaville has voted to remain a village.

— A 3.5-mill replacement levy for fire and EMS for the Central Fire District in Wayne County has passed.

— A 2.5-mill renewal levy for streets, roads and bridges in Ripley Township, Holmes County has passed.

For more on these issues, click here.

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted says absentee ballots that were not mailed on Monday can be delivered in person to the boards of elections no later than the close of the polls on Election Day.


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