Solon Election Results 2012: Anielski, Patton Win; Ballot Issues Pass
State Rep. Marlene Anielski defeated challenger Anthony Fossaceca and state Sen. Tom Patton defeated Jennifer Brady.
The Republican incumbents that represent Solon in the state legislature were able to hold onto their seats against Democratic challengers, according to unofficial election results.
Rep. Marlene Anielski, who holds the Ohio House District 6 seat, defeated challenger Anthony Fossaceca.
And Sen. Tom Patton, who holds the Ohio Senate District 24 seat, defeated Jennifer Brady.
In more local issues, Solon voters approved all of the ballot issues, which included zoning amendments and charter changes.
LIVE 2012 ELECTION RESULTS
LAST UPDATED AT 1 A.M. NOV. 7
|Race||Democratic Candidates||Results||Republican Candidates||Results|
|Ohio House District 6
|Ohio Senate District 24
|Cuyahoga County Prosecutor
||Ed Wade (Independent)
|County Council District 6
LEVIES, ZONING REFERENDUMS AND CHARTER AMENDMENTS
|Issue 87: Zoning law change
|Issue 88: Election Deadline
|Issue 89: Pet Stores Zoning Amendment
|Issue 90: Enterprise Parkway Zoning Amendment
|Issue 108: Cuyahoga Port Levy||214,522
|Issue 117: County Charter Amendment||282,855
|Issue 118: County Charter Amendment||290,966
Check back here all day for live election updates. Go here for live results in the presidential election.
Solon voters head to the polls today to pick a new president.
In addition, residents will also decide on some local candidates and a host of local issues, from zoning referendums to charter amendments. Should pet stores be allowed in retail areas? Voters will decide on Issue 89.
In county and state offices, voters will decide whether state Rep. Marlene Anielski should head back to Columbus, or if newcomer Anthony Fossaceca will replace her. Solon voters will also pick a new county prosecutor, and say yes or no on a tax levy for the county port authority.
Stay with Solon Patch all day as we update this article with news and information from the polls and live election results after 9 p.m.