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November 8, 2005 Election

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  • Judicial

    Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 3; 6 Year TermClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 3; Unexpired Term Ending 1/4/08Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 4; 6 Year TermClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 4; Unexpired Term Ending 1/4/08Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 5Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 6Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 7Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    City

    Mayor; City of CincinnatiClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; City of CincinnatiClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (9 Elected)

    Council Member; City of Blue AshClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Henry S. Stacey, Republican
      1,839 votes 54.93%
    • Lee Czerwonka, Republican
      1,509 votes 45.07%

    Council Member; City of Blue Ash; Ward 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Jim Sumner, Republican
      446 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Blue Ash; Ward 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; City of Blue Ash; Ward 3Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Rick Bryan, Republican
      596 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Blue Ash; Ward 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Robert J. Buckman, Republican
      170 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Blue Ash; Ward 5Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Treasurer; City of CheviotClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Paul E. Dorenkemper, Republican
      914 votes 50.25%
    • Theresa Ciolino-Klein, Democratic
      905 votes 49.75%

    President of Council; City of CheviotClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Michael J. Mestemaker, Republican
      992 votes 54.75%
    • James E. Morganroth, Democratic
      820 votes 45.25%

    Council Member; City of Cheviot; Ward 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Michael J. Murray, Democratic
      245 votes 50.31%
    • Ryan Zech, Republican
      242 votes 49.69%

    Council Member; City of Cheviot; Ward 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Dennis T. Dinkelacker, Democratic
      254 votes 53.70%
    • Mark Santoro, Republican
      219 votes 46.30%

    Council Member; City of Cheviot; Ward 3Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • James F. Sunderhaus, Jr., Democratic
      259 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Cheviot; Ward 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Treasurer; City of Deer ParkClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Lois M. Seiler, Republican
      838 votes 100.00%

    President of Council; City of Deer ParkClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Pat McGoron, Republican
      865 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Deer ParkClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Michael W. Allen, Republican
      730 votes 28.69%
    • Joseph W. Comer, Republican
      678 votes 26.65%
    • Andrew E. Diehm, Republican
      667 votes 26.22%
    • Randel E. Clark
      469 votes 18.44%

    Council Member; City of Deer Park; Ward 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Hermann H. Tegenkamp, Republican
      172 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Deer Park; Ward 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Donald C. Rohdenburg, Republican
      217 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Deer Park; Ward 3Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Matthew T. McBride, Republican
      200 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Deer Park; Ward 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Christine M. Hedger, Republican
      267 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Forest ParkClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Council Member; City of HarrisonClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Deborah L. Acra, Republican
      981 votes 16.99%
    • William A. Neyer, Republican
      926 votes 16.04%
    • Randy L. Shank, Republican
      895 votes 15.50%
    • Tony Burkart, Republican
      892 votes 15.45%
    • Matt Hiatt
      856 votes 14.83%
    • James A. Wolfe, Jr., Democratic
      633 votes 10.96%
    • Terry M. Fritz, Democratic
      590 votes 10.22%

    Council Member; City of Indian HillClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (7 Elected)

    • Eppa Rixey, IV
      1,407 votes 13.88%
    • Thomas C. Rink
      1,407 votes 13.88%
    • David T. Ottenjohn
      1,404 votes 13.85%
    • Susan K. Holzapfel
      1,400 votes 13.81%
    • W. Roger Fry
      1,389 votes 13.70%
    • Mark Tullis
      1,354 votes 13.35%
    • Joseph Beech, III
      1,284 votes 12.66%
    • David F. Turner
      495 votes 4.88%

    Council Member; City of LovelandClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    Council Member; City of MadeiraClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Rick Staubach
      1,705 votes 27.92%
    • Sarah Anness Evans
      1,541 votes 25.23%
    • Tim Dicke
      1,478 votes 24.20%
    • Rick Brasington
      1,383 votes 22.65%

    Council Member; City of MilfordClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Amy L. Brewer
      6 votes 35.29%
    • James J. Antell
      5 votes 29.41%
    • Kim McBeath
      2 votes 11.76%
    • Gregory Keith Williams
      2 votes 11.76%
    • Tracey Meade
      2 votes 11.76%

    Council Member; City of MontgomeryClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    President of Council; City of Mount HealthyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Sylvia L. Lawson, Republican
      816 votes 100.00%

    Treasurer; City of Mount HealthyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Deborah K. Schaefer, Republican
      790 votes 100.00%

    Auditor; City of Mount HealthyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; City of Mount HealthyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Mary Ann Reusch, Democratic
      682 votes 35.17%
    • Joe Roetting, Democratic
      674 votes 34.76%
    • Denise Lingo, Democratic
      583 votes 30.07%

    Council Member; City of Mount Healthy; Ward 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Tony Lombardo, Democratic
      223 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Mount Healthy; Ward 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Kenneth F. Cook, Republican
      214 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Mount Healthy; Ward 3Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • James C. Wolf, Democratic
      158 votes 59.62%
    • Dennis B. Custer, Republican
      107 votes 40.38%

    Council Member; City of Mount Healthy; Ward 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • William R. DeBruler, Republican
      158 votes 100.00%

    President of Council; City of North College HillClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Roger R. Krummen, Democratic
      1,223 votes 100.00%

    Treasurer; City of North College HillClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Donna VonDeylen, Democratic
      1,168 votes 100.00%

    Auditor; City of North College HillClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Nicholas A. Link, Democratic
      1,179 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of North College HillClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (7 Elected)

    • Maureen P. Mason, Democratic
      1,022 votes 14.05%
    • Vicky Dunn, Democratic
      1,008 votes 13.86%
    • Thomas Graves, Democratic
      979 votes 13.46%
    • Jason M. Fulmer, Democratic
      964 votes 13.25%
    • Teresa Hiller Eilermann, Democratic
      926 votes 12.73%
    • George E. Snyder, Jr., Democratic
      902 votes 12.40%
    • Stephen O. Moore, Democratic
      810 votes 11.14%
    • James K. McMahon
      662 votes 9.10%
    • Stacy Strasser (Write-In)
    • Kimberly Brown (Withdrawn)
    • Albert Long (Write-In)

    President of Council; City of NorwoodClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Jane M. Grote, Republican
      2,109 votes 56.89%
    • Steven C. Huffman, Democratic
      1,598 votes 43.11%

    Treasurer; City of NorwoodClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Timothy W. Molony, Democratic
      1,972 votes 53.82%
    • Sean Mangialardo, Republican
      1,692 votes 46.18%

    Council Member; City of NorwoodClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Victor Schneider, Republican
      1,919 votes 18.76%
    • Michael D. Gabbard, Republican
      1,848 votes 18.07%
    • Joseph W. Sanker, Democratic
      1,841 votes 18.00%
    • Joe S. Geers, Democratic
      1,665 votes 16.28%
    • Rita Smith, Republican
      1,554 votes 15.20%
    • Bill Tracey, Democratic
      1,400 votes 13.69%

    Council Member; City of Norwood; Ward 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Keith D. Moore, Democratic
      407 votes 51.65%
    • Jim Soukup, Republican
      381 votes 48.35%

    Council Member; City of Norwood; Ward 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; City of Norwood; Ward 3Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; City of Norwood; Ward 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • John T. Mumper, Democratic
      505 votes 53.05%
    • Todd L. Tittle, Republican
      447 votes 46.95%

    President of Council; City of ReadingClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Treasurer; City of ReadingClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Melvin T. Gertz, Republican
      1,647 votes 56.38%
    • Russell Wulf, Democratic
      1,274 votes 43.62%

    Council Member; City of ReadingClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Robert J. Ashbrock, Republican
      1,578 votes 19.96%
    • James F. Pfennig, Democratic
      1,553 votes 19.65%
    • Mary Sand Pletz, Democratic
      1,438 votes 18.19%
    • Thomas E. Pennekamp, Republican
      1,323 votes 16.74%
    • Garry M. Clark, Republican
      1,058 votes 13.39%
    • Kenneth R. Pflanz
      954 votes 12.07%

    Council Member; City of Reading; Ward 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Lee G. Roth, Democratic
      395 votes 63.81%
    • Dwight Daum, Republican
      224 votes 36.19%

    Council Member; City of Reading; Ward 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Anthony J. Gertz, Republican
      362 votes 59.74%
    • David E. Pflanz, Democratic
      244 votes 40.26%

    Council Member; City of Reading; Ward 3Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • James C. Champlin, III, Republican
      379 votes 51.56%
    • Scott V. Thamann, Democratic
      356 votes 48.44%

    Council Member; City of Reading; Ward 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Kenneth W. Nordin
      553 votes 57.19%
    • Robert P. Boehner, Republican
      414 votes 42.81%

    President of Council; City of Saint BernardClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Curtis Walden
      785 votes 56.88%
    • Terry J. Behrle
      595 votes 43.12%

    Treasurer; City of Saint BernardClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; City of Saint BernardClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Council Member; City of Saint Bernard; Ward 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Bob Hausfeld
      142 votes 35.86%
    • Jeffrey A. Edwards
      130 votes 32.83%
    • Kevin Meier
      124 votes 31.31%

    Council Member; City of Saint Bernard; Ward 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; City of Saint Bernard; Ward 3Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; City of Saint Bernard; Ward 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    President of Council; City of SharonvilleClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Kevin M. Hardman, Republican
      1,752 votes 100.00%

    Treasurer; City of SharonvilleClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Mark Piepmeier, Republican
      1,821 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of SharonvilleClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Greg Pugh, Republican
      1,714 votes 36.79%
    • Janey L. Kattelman, Republican
      1,483 votes 31.83%
    • Vickie Hoppe, Republican
      1,462 votes 31.38%

    Council Member; City of Sharonville; Ward 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • James H. Dygert, Republican
      293 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Sharonville; Ward 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • William E. Breyer, Republican
      277 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Sharonville; Ward 3Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Kerry D. Rabe, Republican
      604 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Sharonville; Ward 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Robert D. Tankersley, Republican
      565 votes 100.00%

    Mayor; City of SilvertonClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; City of SilvertonClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (6 Elected)

    • Shirley Hackett, Democratic
      881 votes 20.58%
    • Joyce B. Glover, Democratic
      797 votes 18.62%
    • Frank C. Sylvester, Democratic
      787 votes 18.39%
    • Idella Thompson, Democratic
      774 votes 18.08%
    • Michael E. Morthorst
      533 votes 12.45%
    • Mark J. Quarry
      508 votes 11.87%

    Council Member; City of Springdale; District 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Robert E. Wilson, Jr.
      522 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Springdale; District 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Randy Danbury
      396 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Springdale; District 3Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Marjorie Pollitt
      394 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of Springdale; District 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Thomas D. Vanover
      262 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; City of WyomingClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (7 Elected)

    Village

    Council Member; Village of AddystonClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Ann G. Pillow
      194 votes 29.80%
    • William F. Lowen, Sr.
      161 votes 24.73%
    • Pamela S. Jackson
      150 votes 23.04%
    • Charles R. Adamson
      146 votes 22.43%
    • Darrin E. Lacey

    Board of Trustees Public Affairs; Village of AddystonClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Howard M. Jackson
      194 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; Village of AmberleyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Council Member; Village of Amberley; District AClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; Village of Amberley; District BClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Catherine A. Cappel
      1,135 votes 68.54%
    • Bob Rosenberg
      521 votes 31.46%

    Council Member; Village of Amberley; District CClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; Village of Amberley; District DClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; Village of Amberley; District EClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Fran Cohen
      830 votes 54.28%
    • Albert E. Lane
      699 votes 45.72%

    Council Member; Village of Arlington HeightsClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • John Scott
      115 votes 18.58%
    • Cynthia L. Brock
      115 votes 18.58%
    • William H. Muhlenpoh
      109 votes 17.61%
    • Rita Surber
      98 votes 15.83%
    • Frank C. Dilbert
      92 votes 14.86%
    • Gary Green
      90 votes 14.54%

    Board of Trustees Public Affairs; Village of Arlington HeightsClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Holli R. Surber
      124 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; Village of ClevesClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Bev Meyers
      500 votes 21.90%
    • Guy Schmitz
      448 votes 19.62%
    • Patricia H. Green
      408 votes 17.87%
    • John Santen
      373 votes 16.34%
    • Donald Peak
      304 votes 13.32%
    • Leah Davis
      250 votes 10.95%

    Board of Trustees Public Affairs; Village of ClevesClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Mayor; Village of Elmwood PlaceClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Council Member; Village of Elmwood PlaceClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Roger Brown
      412 votes 26.01%
    • Fred A. Mathews
      283 votes 15.88%
    • Barney Philpot
      281 votes 15.77%
    • Stephanie Morgan
      261 votes 14.65%
    • Scarlett Monday
      135 votes 7.58%
    • Bradley George Bell
      126 votes 7.07%
    • Sandra McGee
      122 votes 6.85%
    • John Meirose
      96 votes 5.39%
    • Randall Grandstaff
      85 votes 4.77%
    • Randall Grandstaff, II

    Council Member; Village of EvendaleClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • J. Jeffrey Albrinck
      746 votes 34.38%
    • Stiney Vonderhaar
      713 votes 32.86%
    • Douglas A. Lohmeier
      711 votes 32.76%

    Council Member; Village of FairfaxClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Tara K. Perkins
      243 votes 27.18%
    • Joanne Telgkamp
      240 votes 26.85%
    • Don Kessel
      210 votes 23.49%
    • Walter Raines
      201 votes 22.48%

    Council Member; Village of GlendaleClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Debbie Grueninger
      511 votes 25.97%
    • Monica L. Alles-White
      497 votes 25.25%
    • Joseph C. Hubbard
      489 votes 24.85%
    • Alan E. Hoeweler
      471 votes 23.93%

    Council Member; Village of Golf ManorClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Kenneth Colvin, Sr.
      419 votes 26.45%
    • Lloyd Gregory Brown
      412 votes 26.01%
    • Brian J. Doering
      402 votes 25.38%
    • Jack D. Morton
      351 votes 22.16%

    Mayor; Village of GreenhillsClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Oscar A. Hoffmann, Republican
      1,014 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; Village of GreenhillsClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Fred H. Murrell, Republican
      881 votes 33.74%
    • Joe Wolterman, Republican
      878 votes 33.63%
    • Glenn A. Drees, Republican
      852 votes 32.63%

    Council Member; Village of Lincoln HeightsClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Lawanna Marie Barber
      452 votes 21.90%
    • Carolyn F. Smith
      404 votes 19.57%
    • Yirmeyahuw Yisrael
      348 votes 16.86%
    • Jeff Mitchell
      345 votes 16.72%
    • Richard E. Headen
      325 votes 15.75%
    • Carol J. Murden
      190 votes 9.21%

    Mayor; Village of LocklandClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Jim Brown, Democratic
      598 votes 55.01%
    • Mark Mason
      489 votes 44.99%
    • Douglas Carter (Withdrawn)

    Clerk/Treasurer; Village of LocklandClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Wayne Poe, Democratic
      770 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; Village of LocklandClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Bob Brown, Democratic
      498 votes 12.74%
    • Jerry Raby, Democratic
      477 votes 12.20%
    • Frank C. Parker, III, Democratic
      447 votes 11.44%
    • Jeff Bryant
      438 votes 11.20%
    • Greg Strole
      399 votes 10.21%
    • Joe Roth, Democratic
      368 votes 9.41%
    • Emily Shealey
      318 votes 8.14%
    • Beth Anne Herrin
      300 votes 7.67%
    • Rose Felix
      256 votes 6.55%
    • Dave Morrison
      218 votes 5.58%
    • JoAnne McFerron
      190 votes 4.86%

    Tresurer; Village of MariemontClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Anthony J. Borgerding
      742 votes 100.00%

    Council Member; Village of MariemontClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    Council Member; Village of NewtownClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Mark Kobasuk
      416 votes 24.82%
    • Curt Cosby
      373 votes 22.26%
    • Tracy Hueber
      327 votes 19.51%
    • Ken Pulskamp
      312 votes 18.62%
    • Matthew Hueber
      248 votes 14.80%

    Council Member; Village of North BendClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Doug Seifert
      257 votes 40.54%
    • Terry L. Simpson
      191 votes 30.13%
    • Ron Nunnery
      186 votes 29.34%

    Council Member; Village of Terrace ParkClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    • Mark F. Porst
      580 votes 26.29%
    • Stefan L. Olson
      557 votes 25.25%
    • James Muennich
      556 votes 25.20%
    • Terry Howe
      513 votes 23.25%

    Council Member; Village of WoodlawnClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Paul H. Hogue, Sr.
      400 votes 38.50%
    • Johnnie Lee Rabb
      335 votes 32.24%
    • Brian K. Poole
      304 votes 29.26%

    Township

    Trustee; Township of AndersonClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Trustee; Township of ColerainClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Jeffrey F. Ritter
      5,872 votes 26.57%
    • Bernie Fiedeldey
      5,803 votes 26.25%
    • Joseph R. Wolterman
      5,249 votes 23.75%
    • Diana Lynn Rielage
      5,179 votes 23.43%

    Trustee; Township of ColumbiaClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Clerk; Township of CrosbyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Trustee; Township of CrosbyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Chris Dole
      359 votes 28.70%
    • Jim Niehaus
      323 votes 25.82%
    • James A. Miller
      224 votes 17.91%
    • Jim Breitenbach
      181 votes 14.47%
    • Gary L. Roberts
      164 votes 13.11%

    Trustee; Township of DelhiClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Mike Davis
      5,597 votes 43.72%
    • Jerome F. Luebbers
      4,292 votes 33.53%
    • Jim Kennedy
      2,913 votes 22.75%

    Trustee; Township of GreenClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Trustee; Township of HarrisonClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Trustee; Township of MiamiClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Joe Sykes
      3,275 votes 41.68%
    • Paul Beck
      2,985 votes 37.99%
    • Shirley A. Smith
      1,598 votes 20.34%

    Trustee; Township of SpringfieldClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Trustee; Township of SycamoreClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Trustee; Township of SymmesClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Trustee; Township of WhitewaterClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Paul M. Ziegler
      462 votes 34.97%
    • Lawanda K. Corman
      437 votes 33.08%
    • Eli Martin
      422 votes 31.95%

    School

    Board Member; Cincinnati City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (4 Elected)

    Board Member; Deer Park City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Pat Branam
      1,556 votes 27.03%
    • Terri Morrissey
      1,528 votes 26.54%
    • Steven C. Smith
      1,344 votes 23.35%
    • Paul S. Godwin, II
      1,329 votes 23.08%

    Board Member; Indian Hill City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Loveland City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Judy McClanahan
      2,020 votes 33.68%
    • Linda Pennington
      1,997 votes 33.29%
    • Christine M. Olsen
      1,981 votes 33.03%

    Board Member; Madeira City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Mariemont City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Peggy S. Braun
      1,365 votes 25.74%
    • Kevin A. Grimmer
      1,229 votes 23.17%
    • Ken White
      1,190 votes 22.44%
    • David L. Moreton, Jr.
      886 votes 16.70%
    • Dirk M. Horton
      634 votes 11.95%

    Board Member; Milford City Exempted School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Don Hartley
      2 votes 33.33%
    • Deborah Marques
      2 votes 33.33%
    • David E. Yockey
      2 votes 33.33%

    Board Member; Mount Healthy City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Emmett Kilgore
      1,977 votes 20.21%
    • Donald E. Wolf
      1,840 votes 18.81%
    • Chester L. Banks
      1,478 votes 15.11%
    • Albert S. Crawford
      1,461 votes 14.93%
    • Carole Ellis
      1,118 votes 12.65%
    • Rudy Forsberg
      1,054 votes 10.77%

    Board Member; North College Hill City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Carolyn L. Jones
      1,186 votes 28.01%
    • Jan C. Gardiner
      1,182 votes 27.92%
    • Ron Harmon
      1,070 votes 25.27%
    • Dennis M. Jones
      796 votes 18.80%

    Board Member; Norwood City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Princeton City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    Board Member; Reading City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • James L. Perdue, Jr.
      1,673 votes 24.20%
    • Vicki Solomon
      1,635 votes 23.65%
    • Lisa Marie Bemmes
      1,492 votes 21.58%
    • Victoria Gentry
      1,354 votes 19.59%
    • Dennis Wissel
      759 votes 10.98%
    • Bill Apking (Withdrawn)

    Board Member; Saint Bernard-Elmwood Place School District; 4 Year TermClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Steven W. Rutemueller
      1,035 votes 34.74%
    • Micki Spears
      1,030 votes 34.58%
    • Joe Wheeler
      914 votes 30.68%

    Board Member; Saint Bernard-Elmwood Place School District; Unexpired 4 Year Term Ending 12/31/07Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Deborah J. Steidel
      859 votes 50.44%
    • Tim Wilson
      844 votes 49.56%

    Board Member; Sycamore Community School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Winton Woods School District; 4 Year TermClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Cindy Emmert
      3,209 votes 33.44%
    • Priscilla Franklin
      3,199 votes 33.34%
    • Tim Cleary
      3,187 votes 33.22%

    Board Member; Winton Woods School District; Unexpired 4 Year Term Ending 12/31/07Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Board Member; Wyoming City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Board member; Hamilton County Education Service CenterClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Willaim A. Brandenburgh, Jr.
      28,147 votes 36.21%
    • Wiliam Kenneth Memke
      25,444 votes 32.74%
    • Francis L. Fullam, Jr.
      24,131 votes 31.05%

    Board Member; Finneytown Local School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Forest Hills Local School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Lockland City School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Kim Costanzo
      709 votes 27.39%
    • Terry Gibson
      684 votes 26.42%
    • Cindy Weis-Buhrlage
      662 votes 25.57%
    • Deborah A. Peak
      534 votes 20.63%

    Board Member; Northwest Local School District; 4 Year TermClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    Board Member; Northwest Local School District; Unexpired 4 Year Term Ending 12/31/07Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    Board Member; Oakhills Local School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Rick Ahlers
      8,914 votes 36.86%
    • Jack L. Pollock
      7,827 votes 32.37%
    • Greg Felix
      7,440 votes 30.77%

    Board Member; Southwest Local School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Walter George Schunk
      2,824 votes 52.02%
    • Matthew T. Callan
      2,605 votes 47.98%

    Board Member; Three Rivers Local School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Angela Weisgerber
      2,930 votes 27.61%
    • David Shuey
      2,889 votes 27.22%
    • Al Bayes
      2,798 votes 26.36%
    • David Siefring
      1,997 votes 18.81%
    • Danny Stacy
    • Michael J. Hellebusch

    State Issues

    Issue 1 Jobs for Ohio (Third Frontier)
    1,512,669 / 54.12% Yes votes ...... 1,282,571 / 45.88% No votes
    PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT (Proposed by Resolution of the General Assembly of Ohio) To adopt Section 2p of Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of Ohio.

    This proposed amendment would:

    1. Be for the purpose of creating and preserving jobs and stimulating economic growth in all areas of Ohio by improving local government public infrastructure, including roads and bridges, expanding Ohio's research and development capabilities to promote product innovation and commercialization, and preparing sites and facilities for economic development in Ohio.

    2. Declare that local government public infrastructure, and financial assistance for research and development and development of sites and facilities in Ohio for and in support of industry, commerce and distribution (all referred to together as "development purposes") are public purposes.

    3. Authorize the state to issue bonds to finance, or assist in financing, public infrastructure capital improvements for local governments. Authorize the state to issue bonds to provide financial assistance for research and development in support of Ohio industry, commerce, and business, and authorize state and local governments and state supported and state-assisted institutions of higher education to issue bonds and provide other financial assistance to support research and development purposes as provided for by law. Authorize the state to issue bonds to pay costs, or assist others in the payment of costs, of projects for the purpose of developing sites and facilities in Ohio.

    4. Limit the total principal amount of general obligation bonds issued under this amendment for financing development purposes as follows: no more than $1.35 billion for local government public infrastructure with no more than $120 million in each of the first five fiscal years and no more than $150 million in each of the next five fiscal years; no more than $500 million for research and development purposes with no more than $100 million in each of the first three fiscal years and no more than $50 million in any other fiscal year; and no more than $150 million for developing sites and facilities with no more than $30 million in each of the first three fiscal years and no more than $15 million in any other fiscal year; provided that any principal amount that in any prior fiscal year could have been but was not issued may also subsequently be issued.

    5. Require bonds for infrastructure capital improvements and developing sites and facilities mature no later than thirty (30) years after their date of issuance and for research and development purposes mature no later than twenty (20) years after their date of issuance, and that any refunding obligations mature no later than the permitted maturity date for the obligations being refunded; and provide that bonds for research and development purposes and developing sites and facilities will not be subject to the limits on state debt service under Section 17 of Article VIII or the prohibitions against lending aid and credit in Sections 4 and 6 of Article VIII of the Ohio Constitution.

    6. Authorize the General Assembly to pass laws providing for its implementation, including laws providing procedures for issuing obligations, ensuring the accountability of all state funding provided for development purposes, restricting or limiting the taking by eminent domain of private property for disposition to private sector entities for research and development and the development of sites and facilities, and for the implementation of the research and development purposes to benefit people and businesses otherwise qualified for the receipt of funding in all areas of Ohio, including economically disadvantaged business and individuals in all areas of the state, including by the use Ohio products, materials, services and labor to the extent practicable.

    IF PASSED THIS AMENDMENT WILL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.

    For the Amendment Against the Amendment

    Issue 2 Early Voting
    1,065,109 / 36.66% Yes votes ...... 1,840,658 / 63.34% No votes
    To adopt Section 6 of Article XVII of the Constitution of the State of Ohio.

    In order to expand to all electors the choice to vote by absentee ballot in all elections, this amendment would:

    Provide that any person qualified to vote in an election is entitled during the thirty-five days prior to the election to receive and to cast a ballot by mail or in person at the county board of elections or additional location designated by the board. No reason for casting such a ballot shall be required. When a ballot is mailed to an elector, the county board of elections shall also provide a pre-addressed, postage pre-paid envelope for returning the ballot to that county board of elections.

    An elector to whom a ballot has been mailed, but which has not been received by the issuing county board of elections prior to the election, may cast a provisional ballot on election day. If the elector's first ballot is received by the tenth day following the election, the provisional ballot shall not be counted. A ballot which is received by the issuing board by mail no later than the tenth day following the election shall be treated as timely cast if it contains a postmark not later than the day of the election.

    IF PASSED THIS AMENDMENT WILL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.

    SHALL THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT BE ADOPTED?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 3 Limiting Political Contributions and Reforming Campaign Finance
    955,334 / 33.14% Yes votes ...... 1,927,502 / 66.86% No votes
    To adopt Section 5 of Article XVII of the Constitution of the State of Ohio.

    In order to establish revised limits on political contributions, establish prohibitions regarding political contributions and provide for revised public disclosure requirements of campaign contributions and expenditures, this amendment would:

    Establish the following limits on political contributions:

    Annual limitation on contributions by individuals: $25,000 in total to all candidates for state executive offices and member of the General Assembly, political parties, PACs, multi-candidate PACs, and small donor PACs.

    Contributions from individuals: $50 to a small donor PAC; $500 to a political action committee; $1,000 to a candidate for member of the general assembly, a multi-candidate PAC, or a county or local political party; $2,000 to a candidate for statewide executive office; and $5,000 to a national or state political party.

    Contributions from political action committees (PACs): $500 to a candidate for member of the General Assembly or another PAC or multi-candidate PAC and $1,000 to a candidate for statewide executive office or a political party.

    Contributions from multi-candidate PACs: $500 to a PAC; $1,000 to a candidate for member of the general assembly or another multi-candidate PAC; $2,000 to a candidate for statewide executive office or a county or local political party; and $10,000 to a national or state political party.

    Contributions from small donor PACs: $500 to a PAC; $1,000 to a multi-candidate PAC; $5,000 to a local or county political party; $10,000 to a candidate for member of the general assembly; $20,000 to a candidate for statewide executive office; and $25,000 to a national or state political party.

    Contributions from candidates' committees: $500 to a candidate for member of the general assembly; a PAC or multi-candidate PAC and $1,000 to a candidate for statewide executive office or a political party.

    Contributions from affiliated national, state, county, and local political parties combined: $25,000 to a candidate for member of the general assembly and $100,000 to a candidate for statewide executive office.

    Provide that limits on contributions to candidates are per election; all other limits are per year; limits on contributions to political parties apply to all donations regardless of purpose; and limits on contributions to and by PACs apply as a single limit on affiliated committees.

    Define a "small donor action committee" as a PAC that receives contributions only from individuals of no more than $50 per year per contributor, except that a non-profit membership organization may contribute funds from regular membership dues of its members to small donor action committees that it establishes or are established by a non-profit membership organization with which it is a member or affiliated, provided that no more than $50 per year per member may be contributed.

    Define a "multi-candidate political committee" as a PAC that has been in existence for at least six months, received contributions from at least 50 individuals in the 24 months preceding qualifying, and made contributions to at least five candidates with no more than half being to one candidate.

    Define "independent expenditure" as an expenditure made with a purpose of influencing a candidate election, that is not made in coordination, cooperation, or consultation with any candidate at the election; and also as any communication to the public during the period 60 days prior to a primary or general election that contains a reference to a person who is a candidate at the election for state executive office or member of the General Assembly, regardless of the purpose of the communication.

    Establish restrictions on contributions, including by political parties and corporations and other business entities and from individuals under age 18 and prohibit earmarked contributions.

    Prohibit statewide and general assembly candidates and office holders from:

    o Soliciting contributions to more than one political action committee, small donor action committee or multi-candidate political committee in a calendar year.

    o Soliciting contributions to a committee supporting or opposing a state ballot issue.

    o Appearing in advertising in connection with a state ballot issue, unless the candidate or the candidate's campaign committee pays the entire cost.

    Require public disclosure of political contributions and expenditures, including independent expenditures. Require candidates for state executive offices or member of the general assembly to electronically file with a single office within one business day of receipt of a contribution in the amount of $1,000 or more received during the period 30 days before an election.

    Provide for no limits on a candidate's capacity to spend his or her own money in connection with his or her own campaign, and have the effect of repealing existing law allowing an opponent to be exempt from contribution limits.

    Permit labor unions, and other nonprofit unincorporated membership organizations, to contribute funds from regular membership dues paid by the organization's individual members to a small donor action committee. The small donor action committee is not required to report the names of individuals who contribute in this fashion.

    Prohibit committees registered with and regulated by the Federal Election Commission from making contributions or independent expenditures in connection with any nonfederal candidate election in this state or making a contribution to a political party in this state for nonfederal elections.

    Prohibit out-of-state political parties and candidate campaign committees from making contributions or expenditures in connection with any candidate election or making a contribution to a political party in the state.

    Prohibit candidates from receiving contributions from political action committees, small donor action committees or multi-candidate political committees if the candidate exercises any decision making authority with respect to the committee or has solicited contributions to the committee in the current or prior four years

    SHALL THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT BE ADOPTED?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 4 Independent Redistricting Process
    871,898 / 30.30% Yes votes ...... 2,005,952 / 69.70% No votes
    To amend Article XI of the Constitution of the State of Ohio.

    To provide for the creation of a state redistricting commission with responsibility for creating legislative districts, this amendment would:

    Replace the current provisions of Article XI of the Ohio Constitution, including the two existing separate processes for creating legislative districts and for electing representatives to Congress and representatives and senators to the Ohio General Assembly with a new state commission.

    Provide that the new commission would be composed of five members, two of whom would be chosen by sitting judges, and the remaining members appointed by the first two or chosen by lot. The terms of the members of the commission shall be until the later of the adoption of the redistricting plans required to be adopted under the Article or the conclusion of all litigation in any court regarding such plans or the commission's responsibilities, actions or operations.

    Provide that a primary criterion to be utilized by the new commission in creating legislative districts would be to ensure that the districts are competitive, according to a mathematical formula contained in the Amendment.

    Provide that the commission must adopt a qualifying plan with the highest "competitiveness number," as defined in the proposed Amendment. The Amendment defines the "competitiveness number" of a plan by a mathematical formula, that is the product of the number of balanced districts multiplied by two, plus the total number of other remaining competitive districts, minus the total number of unbalanced uncompetitive districts multiplied by two. The competitiveness number for a general assembly plan is the sum of the competitiveness number for the house of representatives districts and the competitiveness number for the senate districts. Provide that the "measure of competition" of a legislative district be based on a calculation using the two average partisan indexes for the district, which are calculated on the basis of the percentage of votes received by each of the two partisan candidates who received the two highest vote totals statewide in each of the three closest general elections during the four previous even-numbered years prior to adopting a redistricting plan, keeping the index for one of the partisan affiliations always as the minuend and the index for the other partisan affiliation always as the subtrahend from district to district throughout a redistricting plan.

    Provide that the commission may consider whether to alter a plan to preserve communities of interest based on geography, economics, or race, so long as the reconfiguration does not result in a competitiveness number that is more than two points lower for a congressional plan and four points lower for a general assembly plan.

    Provide that the commission may design and adopt a redistricting plan if the plan meets the same criteria and has a competitive number equal to or greater than each submitted qualifying plan.

    Provide a method for the commission to assign state districts for senators whose term do not expire at the end of the first even-numbered year following adoption of the plan.

    Provide that legislative district boundaries shall change in 2007 and, thereafter, every year ending in one following a federal decennial census.

    Provide that the supreme court of Ohio has exclusive original jurisdiction involving redistricting plans adopted under the amendment, but limits such jurisdiction to ordering the commission to perform duties required under the amendment and prohibit the court from revising or adopting a plan.

    Provide for open meetings, public hearings, and certain public record requirements regarding the activities of the commission.

    Provide that the general assembly must appropriate sufficient funds for the commission to perform its duties. The commission may expend funds as it, in its discretion, deems necessary

    SHALL THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT BE ADOPTED?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 5 Independent Election Administration
    854,918 / 29.92% Yes votes ...... 2,001,983 / 70.08% No votes
    To create a newly appointed board to administer elections, this amendment would:

    Eliminate responsibility of the elected Ohio Secretary of State to oversee elections.

    Create an appointed board of nine members to administer statewide elections and oversee the existing county boards of elections.

    Provide that the members of the board are appointed as follows: four by the governor, four by the members of the general assembly affiliated with the political party that is not the same as that of the governor, and one by a unanimous vote of the chief justice and justices of the Ohio Supreme Court. The member appointed by the Supreme Court may not be affiliated with a political party. The governor and members of the general assembly must appoint equal numbers of men and women and take into consideration the geographic regions and racial diversity of the state. Members would serve staggered nine-year terms. Members may not hold any elective or other appointive public office, be a candidate for public office, hold a position with a political party, or be a registered lobbyist, and would be prohibited from making or soliciting political contributions and being involved in a candidate or ballot issue campaign.

    Require the state board of elections supervisors to hire an administrative director, to prescribe uniform procedures to be followed by the county boards of elections, to appoint and remove members of the county boards of elections in accordance with statutory provisions, to certify the petitions of candidates for statewide offices and petitions for statewide ballot issues, to certify all equipment and systems used for voting and counting of votes, to approve ballot language for all statewide issues, and to maintain a statewide voter registration file.

    Require the General Assembly to set a reasonable level of compensation for the members of the state board of elections supervisors and to appropriate sufficient funds for the board to be able to fully perform it duties and to compensate such staff and to acquire such equipment, supplies and office space as necessary for such performance.

    SHALL THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT BE ADOPTED?

    Yes

    No

    Local Issues

    Issue 6 Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal) -- City of Cheviot (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    1,373 / 74.46% Yes votes ...... 471 / 25.54% No votes
    A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage A renewal of a tax for the benefit of the City of Cheviot, County-of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of GENERAL CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR OF STREETS, ROADS AND BRIDGES at a rate not exceeding one and five-tenths (1.5) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to fifteen cents ($0.15) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five (5) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006. A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage

    For the Tax Levy Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 7 Proposed Tax Levy -- City of Cheviot (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    1,074 / 58.12% Yes votes ...... 774 / 41.88% No votes
    An additional tax for the benefit of the City of Cheviot, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES at a rate not exceeding seventy-five hundredths (.75) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to seven and five-tenths cents ($0.075) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 8 Proposed Charter Amendment -- City of Cincinnati (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    40,851 / 64.67% Yes votes ...... 22,321 / 35.33% No votes
    Shall the Charter of the City of Cincinnati be amended to require that Council individually ratify any increase in the salaries payable to members of Council, by a vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the members of Council, which would otherwise be automatically payable upon any salary increase adopted by the Ohio General Assembly for the Hamilton County Commissioners, and that any increase in the level of Council salaries as it existed on March I, 2005, shall require individual ratification of any salary increase adopted by the Ohio General Assembly for the Hamilton County Commissioners by a vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the members of Council, by adopting new Section 4 of Article II, Legislative Power and repealing existing Section 4 of Article II?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 9 Proposed Charter Amendment -- City of Cincinnati (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    25,432 / 39.31% Yes votes ...... 39,270 / 60.69% No votes
    An amendment to the Charter of the City of Cincinnati to phase out and repeal the tax on real and personal property in the City.

    Be it resolved by the people of Cincinnati that Section 3 of Article VIII of the Charter is hereby repealed and replaced with the following text

    Section 3. Consistent with the provisions of this Article, the council may annually levy a tax for current operating expenses on the real and personal property in the city for the purposes of the City of Cincinnati, its boards, departments and institutions. Beginning with the 2006 tax year, the maximum allowable rate of such tax shall not exceed four (4) mills on the dollar of assessed valuation. Thereafter, the maximum allowable rate of such tax. shall be reduced by five tenths (0.5) mill per year, until the property tax has been reduced to zero (0) in the 2014 tax year.

    SHALL EXISTING ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 3 BE REPEALED IN ITS ENTIRETY, AND REPLACED WITH THE ABOVE TEXT?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 10 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Cincinnati 2-K (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    134 / 55.83% Yes votes ...... 106 / 44.17% No votes
    "Shall the sale of spirituous liquor be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of one p.m. and midnight by Kroger Limited Partnership I LP, DBA Kroger, an operator of a state liquor agency store for the State of Ohio, who is engaged in the business of operating a neighborhood retail grocery store and supermarket at 3760 Paxton A venue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45209 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 11 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Cincinnati 2-K (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    551 / 69.66% Yes votes ...... 240 / 30.34% No votes
    A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage "Shall the sale of wine and mixed beverages be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of ten a.m. and midnight by Kroger Limited Partnership I LP, DBA Kroger, a holder of a D-6 liquor permit, who is engaged in the business of operating a neighborhood retail grocery store and supermarket at 3760 Paxton Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45209 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 12 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Cincinnati 26-T (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    118 / 60.82% Yes votes ...... 76 / 39.18% No votes
    "Shall the sale of wine and mixed beverages be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of ten a.m. and midnight by Cost Plus, Inc., DBA World Market, a holder of a D-6 liquor permit, who is engaged in the business of operating a neighborhood retail specialty store offering home, living and entertaining products at 5555 Glenway Avenue, Suite 300, Cincinnati, Ohio 45238 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 13 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Deer Park 3-A (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    179 / 66.54% Yes votes ...... 90 / 33.46% No votes
    "Shall the sale of wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of ten a.m. and midnight by Deer Park Delicatessen, Inc., an operator of a state liquor agency store and holder of C-1, C-2 D-6 permits, who is engaged in the business of operating neighborhood market and liquor agency at 7910 Blue Ash Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45236 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 14 Proposed Referendum on Ordinance No. 2005-38 (by Petition) -- City of Loveland (Majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    Pass: 1,240 / 56.93% Yes votes ...... 938 / 43.07% No votes
    WHEREAS, the Loveland City Council requested that the Planning and Zoning Commission consider a zoning text change to reduce or modify the requirement in the Zoning Code that 200 feet separate Commercial Recreation Facilities and the Residential Districts along Loveland Madeira Road because of the strong community support for an indoor shooting range at the former Mathew 25 Ministries Building at 1425 Loveland Madeira Road as expressed in the vote of Loveland electors held on February 8, 2005; and WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission received the request for review by City Council at its June 6, 2005 meeting and the Planning and Zoning Commission set a public hearing for June 20, 2005 to review possible zoning text changes governing commercial recreation facilities in Loveland during its meeting on June 6, 2005; and Whereas, the City of Loveland, as the initiator of this proposed zoning text amendment, caused the public hearing to be properly advertised in a newspaper of general circulation in the Loveland community in accordance with the requirements of the Loveland Code of Ordinances; and WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing regarding the possible zoning text changes at 7:00 p.m. on June 20,2005; and WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission at its regular meeting on June 20, 2005 recommended to City Council that Commercial Recreation Facilities throughout Loveland be made conditionally permitted land uses to ensure that any consideration of Commercial Recreation Facilities include notice to property owners within 300 hundred feet of the proposed Commercial Recreation Facility, a public hearing, and review by the Planning and Zoning Commission to ensure the proposed Commercial Recreation Facility is harmonious with and in accordance with the general objectives of the Zoning Code; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Loveland held a public hearing regarding this proposed zoning text change on July 12, 2005, which public hearing was properly advertised according to the requirements set forth in the Loveland Code of Ordinances. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Loveland, Hamilton, Clermont and Warren Counties, Ohio: Section 1.The City Council hereby repeals 1135.02(f) of the Zoning Code. Section 2. The City Council hereby repeals 1137.02(f) of the Zoning Code. Section 3. The City Council hereby amends Section 1135.04, Conditionally Permitted Uses, to add Commercial Recreation Facilities as a conditionally permitted land use in the Business Corridor (B-C) District by amending 1135.04 (c) to include Commercial Recreation Facilities and to read as follows: "1135.04 (c) Community commercial recreation and community non-commercial recreation." Section 4. The City Council hereby amends Section 1137.04, Conditionally Permitted Uses, to add Commercial Recreation Facilities as a conditionally permitted land use in the Business Retail (B-R) District by amending 1137.04 (c) to include Commercial Recreation Facilities and to read as. follows: "1137.04 (c) Community commercial recreation and community non-commercial recreation. " Section 5. This ordinance shall become effective at the earliest date allowed by law.

    SHALL ORDINANCE 2005-38 AMENDING SECTIONS 1135.02(f) AND 1137.02(f) OF THE LOVELAND CODE OF ORDINANCES, BE APPROVED?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 15 Proposed Income Tax -- City of Mount Healthy (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    502 / 44.11% Yes votes ...... 636 / 55.89% No votes
    Shall the Ordinance providing an increase of 0.25% to constitute a 1.75% levy on income for the purpose of providing revenue for operating expenses of the City of Mt. Healthy, effective January 1, 2006, be passed?

    For the Income Tax

    Against the Income Tax

    Issue 16 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Springdale - E (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    93 / 49.47% Yes votes ...... 95 / 50.53% No votes
    "Shall the sale of wine and mixed beverages be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours often a.m. and midnight by Cost Plus, Inc., DBA World Market, a holder of a D-6 liquor permit, who is engaged in the business of operating a neighborhood retail specialty store offering home, living and entertaining products at 11747 Princeton Pike, Springdale, Ohio 45246 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 17 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Springdale-G (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    29 / 46.77% Yes votes ...... 33 / 53.23% No votes
    "Shall the sale of wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of ten a.m. and midnight by GMRJ, Inc., DBA Bahama Breeze, a holder of a D-6 liquor permit to authorize on-premise retail sales, who is engaged in the business of operating a family oriented, full service restaurant offering full-course meals at 325 North Commerce Way, Springdale, Ohio 45246 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 18 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Springdale - G (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    30 / 46.88% Yes votes ...... 34 / 53.13% No votes
    "Shall the sale of wine and mixed beverages be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of ten a.m. and midnight by Costco Wholesale Corp., DBA Costco Wholesale #379, an applicant for a D-6 liquor permit, who is engaged in the business of operating membership warehouses at 1100 East Kemper Road, Springdale, Ohio 45246 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 19 Proposed Tax Levy (Replacement and Decrease) -- Village of Cleves (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    499 / 56.32% Yes votes ...... 387 / 43.68% No votes
    A replacement of a portion of an existing levy, being a reduction of 0.33 mill to constitute a tax for the benefit of the Village of Cleves, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES at a rate not exceeding six (6) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to sixty cents ($0.60) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five (5) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 20 Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal) -- Village of Fairfax (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    234 / 66.29% Yes votes ...... 119 / 33.71% No votes
    A renewal of a tax for the benefit of the Village of Fairfax, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES at a rate not exceeding ninety-six hundredths (0.96) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to nine and six-tenths cents ($0.096) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five (5) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 21 Proposed Tax Levy (Additional) -- Village of Golf Manor (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    551 / 69.66% Yes votes ...... 240 / 30.34% No votes
    An additional tax for the benefit of the Village of Golf Manor, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of PROVIDING POLICE PROTECTION at a rate not exceeding six (6) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to sixty cents ($0.60) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for a continuing period of time, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 22 Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal) -- Village of Greenhills (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    7,016 / 59.90% Yes votes ...... 4,697 / 40.10% No votes
    A renewal of a tax for the benefit of the Village of Greenhills, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of RECREATIONAL PURPOSES at a rate not exceeding seven-tenths (0.7) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to seven cents ($0.07) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five (5) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 23 Proposed Income Tax -- Village of Greenhills (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    762 / 66.84% Yes votes ...... 378 / 33.16% No votes
    Shall the Ordinance providing an increase of 0.5% to constitute a 1.5% levy on income for the purpose of providing revenue for operating expenses of the Village of Greenhills, effective January 1,2006, be passed?

    For the Income Tax

    Against the Income Tax

    Issue 24 Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal and Increase) -- Village of Lincoln Heights (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    345 / 53.41% Yes votes ...... 301 / 46.59% No votes
    A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage A renewal of 10 mills of an existing tax and an increase of 2 mills to constitute a tax for the benefit of the Village of Lincoln Heights, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES at a rate not exceeding twelve (12) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to one dollar and twenty cents ($1.20) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five (5) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 25 Proposed Recall -- Village of Lincoln Heights (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    346 / 52.66% Yes votes ...... 311 / 47.34% No votes
    Shall LaVerne Mitchell be recalled from office of council person/mayor in the Village of Lincoln Heights?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 26 Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal) -- Village of Mariemont (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    775 / 75.76% Yes votes ...... 248 / 24.24% No votes
    A renewal of a tax for the benefit of the Village of Mariemont, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDING STREET REPAIRS, INSTALLATION AND REPAIR OF CURBS, SIDEWALKS AND STORM SEWERS, TREE MAINTENANCE, UPGRADING OF PARKS, REDUCING EROSION, BUILDING NEW MAINTENANCE FACILITY, PURCHASING EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES FOR THE POLICE, FIRE AND ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS at a rate not exceeding three (3) mi1\s for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to thirty cents ($0.30) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five (5) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 27 Proposed Tax Levy (Additional) -- Village of Newtown (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    218 / 38.65% Yes votes ...... 346 / 61.35% No votes
    An additional tax for the benefit of the Village of Newtown, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of CURRENT EXPENSES at a rate not exceeding two and five-tenths (2.5) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to twenty-five cents ($0.25) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 28 Proposed Tax Levy (Replacement) -- Village of North Bend (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    266 / 75.35% Yes votes ...... 87 / 24.65% No votes
    A replacement of a tax for the benefit of the Village of North Bend, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of LIFE SQUAD AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES at a rate not exceeding one (1) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to ten cents ($0.10) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five (5) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 29 Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal) -- Village of Terrace Park (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    537 / 75.74% Yes votes ...... 172 / 24.26% No votes
    A renewal of a tax for the benefit of the Village of Terrace Park, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES at a rate not exceeding nine and five-tenths (9.5) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to ninety-five cents ($0.95) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for one (1) year, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 30 Proposed Charter Amendments (Ordinance 25-2005) -- Village of Woodlawn (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    263 / 44.96% Yes votes ...... 322 / 55.04% No votes
    Shall the proposed Charter amendments as recommended by the Council of the Village of Woodlawn, be adopted?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 31 Proposed Resolution Gas Aggregation -- Township of Colerain (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    7,133 / 60.85% Yes votes ...... 4,589 / 39.15% No votes
    Shall Colerain Township, County of Hamilton, Ohio, have the authority to aggregate the retail natural gas loads located in Colerain Township, and enter into service agreements to facilitate for those loads the sale and purchase of natural gas, such aggregation to occur automatically except where any person elects to opt out?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 32 Proposed Resolution Electric Aggregation -- Township of Colerain (A majority vote is necessary for passage)
    7,016 / 59.90% Yes votes ...... 4,697 / 40.10% No votes
    Shall Colerain Township, County of Hamilton, Ohio, have the authority to aggregate the retail electric loads located in Colerain Township, and for that purpose, enter into service agreements to facilitate for those loads the sale and purchase of electricity, such aggregation to occur automatical1y except where any person elects to opt out?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 33 Proposed Tax Levy (Renewal) -- Township of Colerain (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    176 / 70.40% Yes votes ...... 74 / 29.60% No votes
    A renewal of a tax for the benefit of Colerain Township, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of FIRE PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES at a rate not exceeding four and thirty-four hundredths (4.34) mills for each one dol1ar of valuation, which amounts to forty-three and four-tenths cents ($0.434) for each one hundred dol1ars of valuation, for five (5) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 34 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Colerain-QQ (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    100 / 57.14% Yes votes ...... 75 / 42.86% No votes
    "Shal1 the sale of wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor be permitted For sale on Sunday between the hours often a.m. and midnight by GMRI, Inc., DBA Red Lobster # 110, a holder of a D-6 liquor permit, who is engaged in the business of operating a family oriented, ful1 service restaurant offering full-course meals at 3564 Springdale Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45239 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 35 Proposed Tax Levy (Replacement and Increase) -- Township of Crosby (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    350 / 47.88% Yes votes ...... 381 / 52.12% No votes
    A replacement of two existing levies and an increase of 3 mills, to constitute a tax for the benefit of Crosby Township, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of FIRE PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES at a rate not exceeding eight and five-tenths (8.5) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to eighty-five cents ($0.85) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for a continuing period of time, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 36 Proposed Tax Levy (Additional) -- Township of Delhi (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    4,125 / 54.38% Yes votes ...... 3,461 / 45.62% No votes
    An additional tax for the benefit of Delhi Township, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of PARKS AND RECREATIONAL PURPOSES at a rate not exceeding one (1) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to ten cents ($0.10) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for a continuing period of time, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 37 Proposed Tax Levy (Additional) -- Township of Harrison (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    547 / 49.15% Yes votes ...... 566 / 50.85% No votes
    An additional tax for the benefit of Harrison Township Fire District, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of PROVIDING FIRE PROTECTION, AMBULANCE, PARAMEDIC OR OTHER EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES at a rate not exceeding one and fifty-nine hundredths (1.59) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to fifteen and nine-tenths cents ($0.159) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for a continuing period of time, commencing, in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 38 Proposed Tax Levy (Additional) -- Township of Miami (A majority affirmative vote necessary for passage)
    2,399 / 47.37% Yes votes ...... 2,665 / 52.63% No votes
    An additional tax for the benefit of Miami Township, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES at a rate not exceeding forty-six hundredths (0.46) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to four and sixteenths cents ($0.046) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five (5) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 39 Proposed Resolution Electric Aggregation -- Township of Springfield (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    5,401 / 65.56% Yes votes ...... 2,837 / 34.44% No votes
    Shall Springfield Township, County of Hamilton, Ohio, have the authority to aggregate the retail electric loads located in Springfield Township, and for that purpose, enter into service agreements to facilitate for those loads the sale and purchase of electricity, such aggregation to occur automatically except where any person elects to opt out?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 40 Proposed Resolution Gas Aggregation -- Township of Springfield (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    5,441 / 65.94% Yes votes ...... 2,811 / 34.06% No votes
    Shall Springfield Township, County of Hamilton, Ohio, have the authority to aggregate the retail natural gas loads located in Springfield Township, and enter into service agreements to facilitate for those loads the sale and purchase of natural gas, such aggregation to occur automatically except where any person elects to opt out?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 41 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Sycamore -F (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    113 / 61.75% Yes votes ...... 70 / 38.25% No votes
    "Shall the sale of wine and mixed beverages be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of ten a.m. and midnight by Cost Plus, Inc., DBA World Market, a holder of a D-6 liquor permit, who is engaged in the business of operating a neighborhood retail specialty store offering home, living and entertaining products at 8121 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45236 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 42 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Sycamore-H (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    147 / 77.37% Yes votes ...... 43 / 22.63% No votes
    "Shall the sale of wine and mixed beverages be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of ten a.m. and midnight by Trader Joe's East Inc., DBA Trader Joe's, a holder of a D-6 liquor permit, who is engaged in the business of operating a neighborhood grocery store offering unique high quality foods and beverages for great value at 7788 Montgomery Road, Unit A, Cincinnati, Ohio 45236 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 43 Special Election by Petition Local Option Election on Sunday Sale of Liquor -- Precinct Sycamore -W (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    176 / 70.40% Yes votes ...... 74 / 29.60% No votes
    "Shall the sale of wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours often a.m. and midnight by GMRI, Inc., DBA Red Lobster #232, a holder of a D-6 liquor permit, who is engaged in the business of operating a family oriented, full service restaurant offering full-course meals at 8220 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45236 in this precinct?"

    Yes

    No

    Issue 44 Proposed Tax Levy (Replacement and Increase) -- Township of Symmes (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    2,457 / 47.07% Yes votes ...... 2,763 / 52.93% No votes
    A replacement of 0.9 mill of an existing levy and an increase of 0.4 mill, to constitute a tax for the benefit of Symmes Township, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, RECONSTRUCTION, RESURFACING AND REPAIR OF STREETS, ROADS AND BRIDGES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP AND FOR CONSTRUCTING, REHABILITATING, REPAIRING OR MAINTAINING SIDEWALKS, WALKWAYS, TRAILS, BICYCLE PATHWAYS, OR SIMILAR IMPROVEMENTS, OR ACQUIRING OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN LAND NECESSARY FOR THE FOREGOING IMPROVEMENTS, at a rate not exceeding one and three-tenths (1.3) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to thirteen cents ($0.13) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for seven (7) years, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    For the Tax Levy

    Against the Tax Levy

    Issue 45 Proposed Decrease of Rate of Tax Levied for Continuing Period of Time (By Initiative Petition) -- Three Rivers Local School District (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    2,139 / 40.56% Yes votes ...... 3,135 / 59.44% No votes
    At the election held on August 8, 2000, voters approved a tax levy of 7.89 mills for a continuing period of time for the benefit of Three Rivers Local School District, County of Hamilton, Ohio for the purpose of CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES. A petition filed by electors proposes a decrease in the rate of the tax to 0 mill; being a reduction of 7.89 mills.

    Shall the Tax be Reduced from 7.89 MILLS to 0 MILL?

    Yes

    No

    Issue 46 Proposed Decrease of Rate of Tax Levied for Continuing Period of Time (By Initiative Petition) -- Three Rivers Local School District (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    2,220 / 42.01% Yes votes ...... 3,064 / 57.99% No votes
    At the election held on November 8, 1988, voters approved a tax levy of 5 mills for a continuing period of time for the benefit of Three Rivers Local School District, County of Hamilton, Ohio for the .purpose of CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES. A petition filed by electors proposes a decrease in the rate of the tax to 4.99 mills; being a reduction of 0.01 mill.

    Shall the Tax be reduced from 5 MILLS to 4.99 MILLS?

    Yes No

    Issue 53 Proposed Tax Levy -- Western Joint Ambulance District (A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage)
    2,457 / 47.07% Yes votes ...... 2,763 / 52.93% No votes
    An additional tax for the benefit of the Western Joint Ambulance District, County of Hamilton, Ohio, for the purpose of PROVIDING EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE at a rate not exceeding one (1) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to ten cents ($0.10) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for a continuing period of time, commencing in 2005, first due in calendar year 2006.

    FOR THE TAX LEVY

    AGAINST THE TAX LEVY

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