Thursday, November 8, 2012
Each precinct in town voted Republican — all 13 of them
Barack Obama won the national vote and he won in Ohio. But, if North Canton alone decided the next president of the United States, Mitt Romney would be the winner. According to unofficial results from the Stark County Board of Elections, 1,266 more North Canton voters picked Romney over President Barack Obama. In North Canton, 3,979 voted for Obama and 5,245 voted for Romney. In fact, Romney came out ahead in every single precinct in North Canton. Also, more North Canton residents gave money to the Obama Campaign than to the Romney Campaign this year, but Romeny supporters gave more in general, according to campaign contribution reports.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
President Barack Obama won Ohio, and the presidency, according to NBC News and the Associated Press.
President Barack Obama has won Ohio and reclaimed the presidency of the United States. Obama narrowly won the popular vote over Republican challenger Mitt Romney, and claimed enough Electoral College votes to win a second term in the White House. And in the heated and expensive race for one of Ohio's U.S. Senate seats, Sen. Sherrod Brown has defeated GOP challenger Josh Mandel to reclaim his U.S. Senate seat, according to projections from NBC News and the Associated Press. "Today in Ohio, in the middle of America, the middle class won," Brown said in a prepared statement. RESULTS UPDATED AT 1 A.M. NOV. 7, 96% Precincts Reporting Obama-Biden Sherrod Brown Betty Sutton STATE BALLOT ISSUES Ohio may be the most important state in today's …
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Newcomers Dan Griffith and Tim Fox came out on top in their respective races Tuesday night, according to unofficial election results. Meanwhile, David Held keeps his title as mayor and Jon Snyder as Ward 4 councilman.
North Canton City Council will look a little different after the election of two new members Tuesday night. Dan Griffith, an attorney and senior trust officer at Premier Bank & Trust, came out victorious in the North Canton Council-at-Large race in which voters chose three council members. (Incumbents Marcia Kiesling and Mark Cerreta, who was appointed to an open council seat this year, also were voted in.) Tim Fox — an attorney at Black, McCuskey, Souers & Arbaugh — ran against incumbent Jeff Davies for the Ward 3 seat and won. Election results through the Stark County Board of Elections still are unofficial. Ward 3 “I knew it was going to be a real big challenge running against any incumbent, but I talked to some folks who gave me some …
Unofficial election results had Betty Fulton and Jennifer Kling topping the list of five candidates running for North Canton City Schools Board of Education
Longtime educator Betty Fulton came out on top in the race for North Canton City Schools Board of Education, according to unofficial results from the Stark County Board of Elections Tuesday night. Fulton led the race with 4,684 votes, while Jennifer Kling brought in 3,611 votes. Voters chose two school board seats held by current president Jordan Greenwald and Nancy Bundy, who did not seek re-election. Voters had their pick of five candidates to fill those two seats, which serve four-year terms. Candidates included Fulton, Kling, Greenwald, Anthony Bianchi and Matthew Oatley. Betty Fulton weighed in on the vote Tuesday night, saying she was both humbled and overwhelmed to receive so much voter support. “The position of school board member …
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Results are coming in from the Stark County Board of Elections
The polls officially closed at 7:30 p.m. today. Continue to check and refresh this post for voter counts as they are reported by the Stark County Board of Elections. When the final, but unofficial, results are in from all precincts in North Canton, look for the final stories on the site about the winners. North Canton Mayor North Canton Council-at-Large North Canton Council, Ward 3 North Canton Council, Ward 4 North Canton City Schools Board of Education Issue 29, 0.5 Percent Increase on Stark County Sales Tax Yes: 56,220 No: 46,117 Votes for Doug Foltz, running for North Canton City Council, Ward 1, unopposed: 776 Votes for Daniel Jeff Peters, running for North Canton City Council, Ward 2, unopposed: 1094