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More than 8,000 votes will be counted in Lucas County. The provisional ballots could be the determining factor in the Imagination Station levy, which failed by about 1,000 votes earlier this month.
Experts are calling the 2012 election a "disappointing" election for the Republican Party.
It was a close race for numerous issues and levies on local ballots Tuesday. Some passed with a narrow margin, while others continued to fail.
The City of Findlay's renewal of a quarter percent income tax was defeated by 822 votes at the polls Tuesday. This mean six million dollars in cuts may come along with it.
While all eyes were on the U.S. mainland during Election Day 2012, the small American-owned island of Puerto Rico voted in favor of statehood, according to election results.
Perrysburg City Council is holding a special meeting Thursday to determine if they can develop a short-term plan to supply public transportation.
The Freedom Township levy was voted down Tuesday by one vote. After 1,417 votes were tallied, 708 were in favor and 709 were against.
The Bowling Green City Schools income tax levy failed Tuesday by less than 700 votes.
The incremental Perrysburg School tax levy passed Tuesday by about 51 percent, or nearly 400 votes. The 13.19 mill levy was replacing an expiring 9.95 mill levy.
Toledo city leaders will have to regroup after voters rejected a new levy for parks and recreation Tuesday.
After the Toledo Public School levy failed Tuesday, kids and teachers returned to classrooms disappointed, knowing voters had rejected what the district was calling "an investment in kids."
The Lucas County Board of Elections says about 9,000 provisional ballots were cast in Tuesday's election.
There were no upsets in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan congressional races Tuesday. All incumbents held their seats, and will be headed back to Congress next year.
Voters across Ohio approved 105 of 192 school tax issues Election Day.
"This is a time of great challenges for America, and I pray the president will be successful in guiding our nation," said Mitt Romney in his concession speech.
The Lucas County Board of Elections is reporting that as of 6 p.m., more than 52.9 percent of registered Lucas County voters have voted at the polls Tuesday.
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney stopped in Cleveland Tuesday after voting in Massachusetts. The event was not open to the public.
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Volunteers from the Romney and Obama campaigns were out Monday using every last hour to push for support.
Voters have mixed reactions when it comes to their attitude toward this year's election.
Volunteers gathered Monday to make one final push to Perrysburg voters asking them to support the local school system by approving a 13.19 mills levy that will replace an expiring 9.95 mills.
Information on early voting released by county boards of elections shows a drop in early voting among Lucas County residents, and an increase with those who live in Wood County as compared to the 2008 presidential election.
An election-eve lawsuit alleges that software in some Ohio voting machines makes the machines vulnerable to having votes altered after they are cast.
Most of the election talk is centered on the race for president, but the Senate could see a power shift come Tuesday.
To encourage voters to go to the polls Election Day, TARTA will provide free rides all day Tuesday on its regular fixed-line, Call-A-Ride, and TARPS services.
Ohio Governor John Kasich made a special appearance on CBS' The Early Show Monday morning.
The New American Energy Opportunity Foundation will be hosting an event in Toledo where the first 100 participants will receive up to 15 gallons of gas at the January, 2009 price of $1.84 a gallon.
Presidential politics returned to Northwest Ohio on Sunday. Vice President Joe Biden campaigned at Terra Community College in Fremont.
Gary Johnson will campaign at the Clazel Theatre on Main Street. Doors open at noon with the speech at 1 p.m.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio and U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel will drop by Packo's at the Park Friday afternoon.
Seven hundred dollars worth of campaign signs are missing from Sylvania Township. The signs represent Issue 15 which voters will have the choice to continue using Tarta services or opt-out.
Former President Bill Clinton rallied in Perrysburg Thursday for President Obama's re-election bid.
The hotly contested battle for U.S. Senate in Ohio is drawing to an end as Election Day nears, but neither candidate is backing down.
A new Ohio Poll conducted by the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Cincinnati released Wednesday shows an extremely close race for president in the Buckeye State.
With only a few days left until the election, Obama volunteers are ramping up their efforts to get the president re-elected.
A local congressional race is getting national attention as a self-proclaimed, outspoken plumber challenges a longtime politician.
Voters are being asked to support a higher income tax for Bowling Green schools. The school said if the levy does not pass, reductions could be made.
Imagination Station is looking for voters' help on Election Day.
A comment by Mitt Romney during his campaign speech in Defiance on Thursday is stirring up some controversy.
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is reminding Michigan absentee voters of an innovative online feature that allows them to check the status of their ballot.
Republican nominee for president and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will visit Defiance Thursday.
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Toledo Public School is asking voters to vote in favor of Issue 20.
Voters have heard the arguments on why to vote "yes," but now a group of elected officials are pushing back saying voters should give a resounding "no" to every Lucas County levy.
The Obama campaign confirms the president will visit Youngstown, Ohio on Monday, Oct. 29.
Stops on Thursday include Defiance, Bowling Green and Cleveland.
A new Rasmussen poll shows President Barack Obama and presidential candidate Mitt Romney in a dead tie in Ohio. Both candidates showed to have 48 percent of the votes.
For the past couple of years the Perrysburg Township Fire and EMS department has been considering putting a levy on the ballot.
Paul Ryan will be in Findlay Sunday.
The Toledo-Lucas County Library levy could generate more than $20 million, half of the library's budget. Issue 23 has an impact on Lucas County voters if it passes or fails.
With two weeks left until Election Day, Vice President Joe Biden is traveling to Ohio for a three-day swing across the state Monday through Wednesday. On Tuesday, Biden spoke at the University of Toledo's Student Union Auditorium.