Posted Nov 06, 2020 By Leila Atassi, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio – In the stressful aftermath of Election Day, when so much remains in the balance, let’s take a moment to celebrate a solid, unequivocal win for those among us who most needed one.
Cleveland voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved Issue 68 to support the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, with a 15-mill renewal and a 5-mill increase, while the district grapples with the unprecedented challenges of educ
By BRIAN HAYTCHER email@example.com Nov 5, 2020 Voters passed every levy, bond, and issue on the ballot Tuesday, according to preliminary vote totals. There were 31 issues on Tuesday’s ballot. No county-wide issues were on the ballot this election. Fire and EMS Emergency services in a number of areas around the county got a boost from voters. Saybrook Township sought a new 3.5-mill levy, which voters approved, 2,454 votes to 872, according to preliminary results. Saybr
More than 60 percent of voters supported the levy Tuesday, with 95 percent of votes in. By Stephanie Czekalinski, Avery Williams, and Steph Krane | November 4, 2020 CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Voters approved a tax levy renewal and increase Tuesday allowing Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) to avoid cuts to programming and manage unexpected costs brought on by the pandemic, according to the district. CMSD CEO Eric Gordon told 19 News Wednesday morning he’s grateful t
Posted: Nov 4, 2020 CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) — Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO Eric Gordon is thanking residents after they voted in favor of the district’s levy. In an email, he told residents: “Your renewed investment in the children of Cleveland comes at a critical time for the district and makes it possible to continue the progress we have made together.” The levy was a 15-mill tax renewal with a 5-mill increase aimed to continue the district’s
By Chad Felton firstname.lastname@example.org Nov 4, 2020 The fourth time’s a charm for the Euclid School District as voters approved an 8.7-mill, 10-year additional levy in the Nov. 3 general election. According to unofficial final results from the Cuyahoga County Elections Board, the levy passed with 52.58 percent of the vote, 10,901 to 9,831. Euclid School Board President Donna Sudar noted a renewal levy and two additional operating issues were defeated in November 2018, November
Amherst News-Times Nov 04, 2020 HENRIETTA TWP. — Getting more at the same cost appealed to Firelands Schools voters, who overwhelmingly supported a substitute 5.98-mill levy. Issue 16 sailed through easily Tuesday night, with 3,825 votes for and 2,659 against, or 59 percent to 41 percent, in unofficial election night tallies from Lorain and Erie county boards of election. Those numbers are likely to shift as the final mail-in ballots arrive in coming days. The owne
By PATRICK O’DONNELL | November 4, 2020 A tax increase for the Cleveland schools was on its way to a decisive win Tuesday night, giving the district extra money to handle the COVID-19 pandemic and avert the massive cuts a defeat would have brought. Shortly before midnight, the tax was winning 61 to 39 percent, as voters strongly backed a $23 million tax increase for the district and the continuation of a $67 million tax they first passed in 2012. The likely approval comes eve
What: Cincinnati Public School Students Thank Cincinnati Voters for Historic Passage of Levy. Press Release Desk, News Partner Posted Wed, Nov 4, 2020 Press release from Cincinnati Public Schools: November 4, 2020 What: Cincinnati Public School Students Thank Cincinnati Voters for Historic Passage of Levy When: Today, November 4, 2020, at 11 a.m. Who: Superintendent Laura Mitchell, SCPA Students and Staff Where: School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA), 108 West Central
Posted Nov 04, 2020 By Robin Goist, cleveland.com AKRON, Ohio – Summit County Executive Ilene Shapiro and Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh each handily won re-election Tuesday, based on early unofficial results.
Shapiro, a Democrat who has led the county since 2016, beat out Republican challenger John Chapman, 58% to 42%. Shapiro is Summit County’s first female executive, and previously served for 10 years on County Council, including three years as council president.
Posted Nov 03, 2020 By Cory Shaffer, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio — Longtime Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Emanuella D. Groves and veteran attorney Lisa Forbes held comfortable leads for two contested races for seats on the Eighth District Court of Appeals in Tuesday’s general election.
Groves led attorney Pamela Hawkins 58-41 percent, and Forbes held a 71-28 percent lead over current 8th District Judge Ray Headen, with more than 96 percent of Cuyahoga County precincts re