Tuesday, May 07, 2002

Primaries: What's on the ballot



The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Here are highlights of today's regional primary election:
       Butler County

        Republican ballot:

        • Common Pleas Court (new seat): Timothy R. Evans, Gary H. Kaup, Charles L. Pater and Daniel R. Warncke.

        • Juvenile Court (new seat): Ronald R. Craft, Richard Lee Hurchanik and Terri S. King.

        • 8th Congressional District: John Boehner and Roger A. Thomas.

        No contested elections on Democratic ballot.

        Clermont County:

        Republican ballot

        • County commissioner: David Caudill and Scott Croswell.

        No contested elections on Democratic ballot.

        Hamilton County:

        Republican ballot

        • County commissioner: Phil Heimlich and Roy L. McGrath.

        • 28th Ohio House District: Jim Raussen and Doug Mink.

        Democratic ballot

        • 2nd Congressional District: Ray Mitchell, Charles W. Sanders and Tony Stephens.

        • 33rd Ohio House District: Minette Cooper, Leroy Hopkins and Tyrone Yates.
       Warren County

Republican ballot

        • 3rd Congressional District: Roy E. Brown, Greg Hunter and Mike Turner.

        • Common Pleas Court: James L. Flannery and James J. Heath.

        • County commissioner: Daryl Dunn and C. Michael Kilburn.

        Democratic ballot

        • 2nd Congressional District: Ray Mitchell, Charles W. Sanders and Tony Stephens.

       

Issues

        The issues on the ballot:
       Butler County

        • Talawanda schools: A 7.78-mill bond issue to build and renovate school facilities.

        Clermont County

        • Pierce Township: Waste disposal district, 2.5-mill replacement levy.

        Hamilton County

        • County park district: Replacement of 1 mill for 15 years for general expenses.

        • Mental health services: Renewal and increase, total of 2.74 mills, for five years for operations.

        • Mariemont schools: Additional 9.95 mills for capital improvements and expenses.

        • Norwood schools: Renewal of 5.10 mills for five years for emergency expenses.

        • Wyoming schools: Additional 9.5 mills for capital improvements and continuing expenses.

        • Norwood city: Renewal of 8 mills for five years for expenses.

        • Silverton: Income tax increase of 0.25 percent for operations.

        • Arlington Heights: Income tax increase of 0.4 percent for operations.

        • Newtown: Replacement and increase of 8 mills for five years for fire and emergency medical services.

        • Woodlawn: Renewal of 2 mills for five years for swimming pool.

        Warren County:

        • Elderly services: New levy of 0.96 mills for five years to help with in-home chores, meals and medical transportation.

        • Little Miami schools: Renewal and increase, total of 6.9 mills, for expenses. (Also on ballot in some Clermont County precincts).

       



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