Round 3: Ohio Rider

Ohio Rider

The first column contains the results from the secound round of contract votes in October. The second column contains the result from the third round vote count conducted March 19th.

Results are preliminary and subject to change.

Local City October Rider Vote March Rider Vote
    Yes No Yes No
20 Toledo 293 269 288 274
40 Mansfield 51 44 65 30
92 Canton 98 61 139 48
100 Cincinnati 133 619 145 608
348 Akron 134 23 232 21
377 Youngstown 80 63 96 58
407 Cleveland 573 181 777 109
413 Columbus 229 441 238 475
637 Zanesville 43 140 61 122
908 Lima 36 70 47 67
957 Dayton 107 261 109 257
964 Brookpark 28 17 52 7
Total   1,805 2,189 2,249 2,076

 


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