Thursday, November 8, 2012
Take a look at the chart below and the map in the PDFs section to find out how your neighborhood voted in the election.
Ohio may be a swing state, but Cleveland Heights is definitely not a swing city. Eighty-three percent of votes cast went to President Barack Obama, while 15 percent went to Republican challenger Mitt Romney. Obama won in all 37 precincts in Cleveland Heights, and in most cases by hundreds of votes. The precincts with the highest votes for Romney were 4-B, 4-G, 2-B and 1-F. Take a look at the chart below and the map in the PDFs section to see how your neighborhood voted. Click here for more information about how Cleveland Heights voted in the presidential election. Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook Precinct 2-E 3-E 0 0 0 461 90 1
Take a look at the tallies for each precinct in Cleveland Heights — how did your section of the city vote?
President Barack Obama won the national vote and he won in Ohio. The election was close in the swing state, but Republican challenger Mitt Romney had no chance in the heavily Democratic Cleveland Heights. Obama won in all 37 precincts in Cleveland Heights. And in precinct 5-H, which has 876 registered voters, Romney received 14 votes, while Obama picked up 575. The margin between the candidates was hundreds of votes, except in one precinct — 4-B, where 97 votes separated the Democrat and Republican. In Cleveland Heights, 21,069 of the 36,433 registered voters selected Obama, while 3,791 people voted for Romney. There were 25,272 votes cast. Eighty-three percent of votes cast were for Obama, while 15 percent were for Romney. Voter turnout …
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Results of races that affect Cleveland Heights voters.
Updated at 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, published at 6:00 a.m. Tuesday With 99 percent of precincts reporting in Cuyahoga County, the unofficial election results are below. Rep. Barbara Boyd (D-Cleveland) ran uncontested in Ohio House District 9 and will retain her seat The 9th Ohio House district includes Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights, University Heights and parts of Cleveland. The Cleveland Heights resident was first elected to be a state representative in 1992 and served four terms. She left because of term limits, but ran again in 2006 and won, according to information on the Ohio House of Representatives website. Boyd was a Cleveland Heights City Council member for about a decade before she was elected to the house, and was the first …
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Boyd is running unopposed and said this will be her final term as a state representative.
Name : Ms. Barbara Boyd Place of residence : Cleveland Heights Attended college : Yes College : St. Paul's College Degree : Education Year of graduation : 1965 Job titles held : Community Relations Officer, Executive Assistant, Regional Manager Employers : Cuyahoga County Juvenile Courts, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Children's Defense Fund Party affiliation : Democrat Running for a: State office Running for position: Ohio House District 9 Chamber/district: 9 Incumbent: Yes First elected: November 1992, first four terms; November 2006 Previous elective offices : Cleveland Heights City Council Address: 1466 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, OH 44114 Website : http://www.house.state.oh.us/index.php?option=com_displaymembers&task=…
Rogers, an incumbent, is running unopposed in the 2012 election.
Name : Mr. Julian A Rogers Age : 38 Place of residence : Cleveland Heights Attended college : Yes College : Ohio University Degree : BA - Political Science Year of graduation : 1997 University : Case Western Reserve Degree : Nonprofit Management Year of graduation : 2008 Job titles held : Executive Director Employers : Education Voters of Ohio Party affiliation : Democrat Running for a: Local office Running for position: Cuyahoga County Council Chamber/district: District 10 Incumbent: Yes First elected: 02 November 2010 Previous elective offices : NA Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : State Representative, HD 9 -2006 Address 1466 St. Clair Ave Cleveland Ohio 44114 Name : Anthony Hairston Website : www.votejulianrogers.com Facebook : …
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Final, unofficial results in from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections show Wilcox, Evans and Dunbar as the winners, but the results are close
All 37 precincts in Cleveland Heights are in, but the City Council race is close, close enough that a recount is possible. Incumbent Dennis Wilcox was the one clear winner, snagging 6,947 votes, according to final, unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections. But the candidates who received the next three highest votes have only a 63-vote margin among them. Incumbent Phyllis Evans received 6,281, Mary Dunbar is just nine votes behind with 6,272 and Jeff Coryell had 6,218. With numbers that close, according to the Ohio Revised Code, an automatic recount is possible. "If the number of votes cast in any county or municipal election for the declared winning nominee, candidate, question, or issue does not exceed the number of…
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Poll workers in Cleveland Heights said though it's busier than other off-year elections, everything ran smoothly
Every poll worker seemed to agree that there is a higher voter turnout this year than in previous off-year elections. But at the polling locations we visited, no one reported problems, and the lines moved fast. "It was really slow last (election)," said Dolores Posey, who was working at The Alcazar today. This year was steady but smooth, she said. By 1 p.m., more than 140 had voted. Tom Hare said though it was busier than normal, people took advantage of the early voting and absentee ballot options. "I'm guessing that they're a couple of issues on it that are hot-button issues," Hare said of the increased traffic. Brandon Cole, a firefighter on the Cleveland Heights department, was standing outside of St. Alban Episcopal Church, wearing a…
Monday, November 7, 2011
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Cleveland Heights Patch is the place to be for all your election news Tuesday. We'll publish results for every race as soon as they are available. We'll offer a live chat about Issue 2 and in-depth coverage of every local race. But with the Facebook page, Election Central and the articles we have posted, it could be difficult to remember all the ways you can use Cleveland Heights Patch. Here's a reminder.