OFFICIAL CUMULATIVE REPORT                                PAGE   1

19 Nov 2002                    GENERAL ELECTION
 09:37 AM                      NOVEMBER 5, 2002
                                CLINTON COUNTY
                                 32 PRECINCTS
 
                                             COUNT   PERCENT
PRECINCTS COUNTED - COUNTY WIDE                 32    100.00
 
REGISTERED VOTERS - TOTAL                   23,529
 
BALLOTS CAST - TOTAL                        10,718     45.55
 
GOVERNOR & LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   JOHN A. EASTMAN                IND          488      4.75
      SADIE M. STEWART
   TIMOTHY F. HAGAN               DEM        2,463     23.98
      CHARLETA B. TAVARES
   BOB TAFT                       REP        7,321     71.27
      JENNETTE BRADLEY
 
ATTORNEY GENERAL *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   LEIGH HERINGTON                DEM        2,456     24.13
   JIM PETRO                      REP        7,724     75.87
 
AUDITOR OF STATE *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   BETTY MONTGOMERY               REP        7,654     75.19
   HELEN KNIPE SMITH              DEM        2,526     24.81
 
SECRETARY OF STATE *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   J. KENNETH BLACKWELL           REP        7,381     72.86
   BRYAN FLANNERY                 DEM        2,749     27.14
 
TREASURER OF STATE *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   MARY O. BOYLE                  DEM        3,067     29.97
   JOSEPH T. DETERS               REP        7,165     70.03
 
REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS DISTRICT 3 *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   RICK CARNE                     DEM        3,190     31.22
   MIKE TURNER                    REP        7,028     68.78
 
STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 17 *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   JOHN A. CAREY, JR.             REP        6,861     67.19
   MICHAEL C. SHOEMAKER           DEM        3,350     32.81
 
STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 86 *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   DAVID T. DANIELS               REP        6,983     72.53
   BILL HORNE                                2,645     27.47
 
COUNTY COMMISSIONER * FULL TERM COMMENCING 1/1/03
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   DARLEEN M. MYERS               REP        8,659    100.00
 
COUNTY AUDITOR *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   WANDA E. ARMSTRONG             REP        8,421    100.00
 
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT 1/1/03 *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   TIM BLACK                                 3,770     39.16
   MAUREEN O'CONNOR                          5,857     60.84
 
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT 1/2/03 *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   JANET R. BURNSIDE                         3,265     35.04
   EVELYN L. STRATTON                        6,053     64.96
 
JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT 12 *
FULL TERM COMMENCING 2/9/03
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   JAMES E. WALSH                            7,440    100.00
 
JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS *
PROBATE AND JUVENILE DIVISION
FULL TERM COMMENCING 2/9/03 - ONE TO BE ELECTED
   G. ALLEN GANO                             8,525    100.00
 
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT *
BY INITIATIVE PETITION
TO ADOPT SECTION 24 OF ATRICLE IV OF THE CONSTITUTION OF
THE STATE OF OHIO
 
SHALL THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT BE ADOPTED?
   YES                                       2,559     25.93
   NO                                        7,311     74.07
 
PROPOSED TAX LEVY - MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY SERVICES
OF WARREN/CLINTON COUNTIES
CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES
1 MILL, COMMENCING 2002, FOR 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          5,028     48.54
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      5,330     51.46
 
PROPOSED TAX LEVY - CITY OF WILMINGTON
PROVIDING FOR AND MAINTAINING POLICE DEPARTMENT
1 MILL, COMMENCING 2002, FOR CONTINUING PERIOD OF TIME
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          1,266     48.05
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      1,369     51.95
 
PROPOSED RESOLUTION - VILLAGE OF BLANCHESTER
SHALL THE PROPOSED RESOLUTION REPEALING RESOLUTION
NO. 2000.015 PASSED ON OCTOBER 16, 2000, BY THE VILLAGE
OF BLANCHESTER, BE ADOPTED?
   YES                                         399     38.40
   NO                                          640     61.60
 
PROPOSED ORDINANCE - VILLAGE OF SABINA
SHALL THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE
NO. 2001-2 BE ADOPTED?
   YES                                         509     69.25
   NO                                          226     30.75
 
PROPOSED TAX LEVY - RICHLAND TWP INCLUDES SABINA VILLAGE
MAINTAINING AND OPERATING CEMETERIES
1 MILL, COMMENCING 2003, FOR 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            589     58.37
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        420     41.63
 
PROPOSED TAX LEVY - BLANCHESTER LSD
IMPROVEMENTS, RENOVATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO SCHOOL
FACILITIES, AND PROVIDING EQUIPMENT, FURNISHINGS AND
SITE IMPROVEMENTS THEREFOR
1 MILL, COMMENCING 2002, FOR 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            946     54.40
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        793     45.60
 
PROPOSED TAX LEVY - BLANCHESTER-MARION TWP JOINT FD
FIRE AND EMERGENCY PROTECTION
3.55 MILLS, COMMENCING 2002, FOR 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            879     63.15
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        513     36.85
 
LOCAL OPTION - WILMINGTON 2A PRECINCT
SHALL THE SALE OF BEER, WINE AND MIXED BEVERAGES,
AND INTOXICATING LIQUOR BE PERMITTED FOR SALE ON SUNDAY
D-6 LIQUOR PERMIT FOR WE'RE JAMMIN DBA BUFFALO WILD WINGS
   YES                                         125     50.61
   NO                                          122     49.39