Timothy McGinty is the Democrats' Choice for Cuyahoga County Prosecutor
And the health and human services renewal levy passed by a wide margin.
The unofficial results are all in now from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections. The polls officially closed at 7:30 p.m. March 6.
Results for the absentee ballots and the 1,082 precincts have been posted and can be found below.
Five Democrats were vying for their party’s nomination to run for the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s seat in November. Timothy J. McGinty will be the Democrats' candidate in November. No Republicans are on the ballot. Edward S. Wade Jr. has filed as an Independent candidate.
|Candidate||Number of votes|
|Stephanie N. Hall||23,887|
|James J. McDonnell||15,244|
|Timothy J. McGinty||40,841|
|Robert J. Triozzi||16,720|
Patch covered a forum with all five candidates in February.
All the candidates running for County Council will appear again in the general election in November. The number of precincts counted in each race is available below.
|County Council District||Candidate||Number of votes|
|2 (87 of 87 precincts counted)
||Dale Miller (D)
|2 (87 of 87 precincts counted)||Anna E. Melendez (R)
|4 (90 of 90 precincts counted)
||Chuck Germana (D)
|6 (101 of 101 precincts counted)
||Jack Schron (R)
|8 (98 of 98 precincts counted)||Pernel Jones Jr. (D)
|10 (102 of 102 precincts counted)||Julian Rogers (D)
Voters also voted to renew a 4.8-mill tax levy for health and human services. The renewal will last for four years.
|For Issue 15
|Against Issue 15
* Results for the above races are unofficial.