OFFICIAL CUMULATIVE REPORT                                PAGE   1

20 Nov 2002                    GENERAL ELECTION
 09:38 AM                      NOVEMBER 5, 2002
                                PREBLE COUNTY
                                 46 PRECINCTS
 
                                             COUNT   PERCENT
PRECINCTS COUNTED - COUNTY WIDE                 46    100.00
 
REGISTERED VOTERS - TOTAL                   28,108
 
BALLOTS CAST - TOTAL                        11,967     42.58
 
GOVERNOR & LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   JOHN A. EASTMAN                IND          700      6.01
      SADIE M. STEWART
   TIMOTHY F. HAGAN               DEM        3,112     26.73
      CHARLETA B. TAVARES
   BOB TAFT                       REP        7,832     67.26
      JENNETTE BRADLEY
 
ATTORNEY GENERAL *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   LEIGH HERINGTON                DEM        3,026     26.65
   JIM PETRO                      REP        8,327     73.35
 
AUDITOR OF STATE *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   BETTY MONTGOMERY               REP        8,258     73.07
   HELEN KNIPE SMITH              DEM        3,043     26.93
 
SECRETARY OF STATE *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   J. KENNETH BLACKWELL           REP        7,586     67.89
   BRYAN FLANNERY                 DEM        3,588     32.11
 
TREASURER OF STATE *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   MARY O. BOYLE                  DEM        3,894     34.41
   JOSEPH T. DETERS               REP        7,422     65.59
 
U.S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 8 *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   JOHN A. BOEHNER                REP        8,191     71.34
   JEFFREY R. HARDENBROOK         DEM        3,291     28.66
 
STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 77 *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   BENJAMIN AMSTUTZ               DEM        3,482     31.80
   KEITH L. FABER                 REP        7,466     68.20
 
COUNTY COMMISSIONER *
FULL TERM COMMENCING 1-1-03 - ONE TO BE ELECTED
   BETSY MARSHALL                 DEM        3,978     34.50
   DAVID W. WESLER                REP        7,553     65.50
 
COUNTY AUDITOR *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   HAROLD E. YODER                REP        9,658    100.00
 
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT 1/1 *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   TIM BLACK                                 4,205     39.29
   MAUREEN O'CONNOR                          6,497     60.71
 
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT 1/2 *
ONE TO BE ELECTED
   JANET R. BURNSIDE                         4,491     42.76
   EVELYN L. STRATTON                        6,013     57.24
 
JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT 12 *
FULL TERM COMMENCING 2-9-03 - ONE TO BE ELECTED
   JAMES E. WALSH                            8,448    100.00
 
JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS *
PROBATE AND JUVENILE DIVISION
FULL TERM COMMENCING 2-9-03 - ONE TO BE ELECTED
   WILFRID GAVIN DUES                        8,993    100.00
 
ISSUE 1 - STATE OF OHIO - AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION *
TO AMEND ART. IV OF THE OHIO CONSTITUTION BY ADDING A
SECTION 24 TO PROVIDE FOR TREATMENT IN LIEU OF
INCARCERATION FOR PERSONS CHARGED WITH OR CONVICTED OF
ILLEGAL POSSESSION OR USE OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE IN
CERTAIN LIMITED CIRCUMSTANCES.
 
SHALL THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT BE ADOPTED?
   YES                                       2,894     26.59
   NO                                        7,988     73.41
 
ISSUE 2 - MIAMI VALLEY CTC - TAX LEVY - REPLACEMENT
2.18 MILLS - CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES, ETC.
10 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                          6,222     55.01
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                      5,089     44.99
 
ISSUE 3 - BROOKVILLE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT - BOND ISSUE
9.43 MILLS ($23,095,000) - CONSTRUCTION, ETC. - 28 YEARS
   FOR THE BOND ISSUE                           21     52.50
   AGAINST THE BOND ISSUE                       19     47.50
 
ISSUE 4 - TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT - BOND ISSUE
2.55 MILLS ($19,595,266) - CONSTRUCTION, ETC. - 27 YEARS
   FOR THE BOND ISSUE                           10     14.71
   AGAINST THE BOND ISSUE                       58     85.29
 
ISSUE 5 - VILLAGE OF CAMDEN - TAX LEVY - ADDITIONAL
6 MILLS - POLICE PROTECTION - 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            280     52.34
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        255     47.66
 
ISSUE 6 - VILLAGE OF ELDORADO - TAX LEVY - RENEWAL
3.04 MILLS - CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES - 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            112     72.73
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                         42     27.27
 
ISSUE 7 - VILLAGE OF LEWISBURG - TAX LEVY - RENEWAL
2.25 MILLS - FIRE PROTECTION AND AMBULANCE OR EMERGENCY
MEDICAL SERVICES - 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            416     82.54
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                         88     17.46
 
ISSUE 8 - VILLAGE OF WEST ALEXANDRIA - TAX LEVY - RENEWAL
1.6 MILLS - CURRENT OPERATING EXPENSES - 4 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            246     62.60
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        147     37.40
 
ISSUE 9 - VILLAGE OF WEST MANCHESTER - TAX LEVY
ADDITIONAL - 2 MILLS - POLICE PROTECTION - 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                             47     40.87
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                         68     59.13
 
ISSUE 10 - VILLAGE OF WEST MANCHESTER - TAX LEVY
RENEWAL - 2 MILLS - POLICE PROTECTION  - 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                             56     48.70
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                         59     51.30
 
ISSUE 11 - HARRISON TOWNSHIP - TAX LEVY - RENEWAL
0.6 MILL - MAINTAINING AND OPERATING CEMETERIES - 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            948     70.75
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        392     29.25
 
ISSUE 12 - SOMERS TOWNSHIP - TAX LEVY - RENEWAL
0.6 MILL - MAINTAINING AND OPERATING CEMETERIES - 5 YEARS
   FOR THE TAX LEVY                            678     61.80
   AGAINST THE TAX LEVY                        419     38.20