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Lawrence Dordea Gets Republicans' Pick for Stark County Sheriff

Dordea came out on top as he faced two other Republicans on the March 6 ballot

 

Editor's note: This story was updated at 11:45 p.m. Tuesday.

Lawrence Dordea came out on top in the race for Stark County sheriff, at least where Republicans are concerned.

Dordea beat out Republicans John Grogan and Jim Wood and will appear on the November ballot, facing Democratic candidate Michael McDonald.

You'll find an unofficial tally of votes for the sheriff's race as well as other county races below. All totals are from the  Stark County Board of Elections website.

All candidates ran unopposed in their parties except those in the Stark County sheriff's race.

• CLERK OF COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

  •  Nancy Reinbold (D-Canton) incumbent: 13,167
  •  Jeff B. Heimbaugh (R-Uniontown): 24,299

• CORONER

• COUNTY COMMISSIONER

  • Thomas M. Bernabei (D-Canton): 12,491
  • Craig T. Conley (R-Mogadore): 24,031

• COUNTY COMMISSIONER

  • Bill Smuckler (D-Canton): 12,216
  • Richard Regula (R-Navarre): 28,457

• COUNTY ENGINEER

• COUNTY RECORDER

  • Rick Campbell (D-Canal Fulton) incumbent: 12,703
  • Mark A. Butterworth (R-Canton): 25,032

• COUNTY TREASURER

• PROSECUTING ATTORNEY

  • John D. Ferrero (D-Massillon) incumbent: 13,128
  • Michael J. Grady (R-North Canton): 24,725

• SHERIFF

You can find more election coverage on North Canton Patch, including the Ohio House District 48 race and results for the North Canton fire and EMS levies.

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