Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Here’s a summary of how Brecksville residents voted in the 2012 presidential election.
About 68.7 percent of Cuyahoga County residents cast their ballots for Barack Obama for president on Tuesday, according to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, but it was a different story in Brecksville. In Brecksville, more residents wanted Republican candidate Mitt Romney to be the country’s next president. According to the board, about 79.1 percent of Brecksville’s registered voters cast a ballot in Tuesday’s election. Here’s a look at the unofficial numbers from the board’s website: And there were 11 write-ins—it does not say who they were. For more:
UPDATED: Check here for the final, unofficial results on the Brecksville and Cuyahoga County races and issues.
Update, 10:14 a.m. Wednesday Below are charts that we've updated with the latest election day results. The winners are in bold. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter, too! Use the hashtag #PatchElections. LIVE ELECTION 2012 RESULTS: (Information is unofficial and supplied by the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.) *Results are unofficial. 1077 of 1077 precincts reported. Marlene Anielski (Republican) Anthony Fossaceca (Democrat) *Results are unofficial. 105 of 105 precincts reported. *Results are unofficial. 295 of 295 precincts reported. *Results are unofficial. 101 of 101 precincts reported. "Money is not speech" ballot initiative *Results are unofficial. 11 of 11 precincts reported. Zoning change for three parcels of city-owned …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
According to unofficial numbers from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, the issue narrowly passed.
Update, 11:56 p.m. Rose Petsche, one of the residents who helped get Issue 25 on the ballot, said the group is "very happy" about the win. She wanted to thank the voters for getting behind the idea of the issue, adding that it was hard having to fight the city to even get it on the ballot. Check Brecksville Patch on Wednesday for more on the passage of Issue 25. Update, 11:11 p.m. With just 51.5 percent of the vote, Issue 25 has passed in Brecksville. All of Brecksville's 11 precincts are in, but results are still unofficial at this time. To learn more about the "money is not speech" issue and what its passage will mean for Brecksville, read the original post below. *All results are unofficial and are supplied by the Cuyahoga County …
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Here’s a look at how many people voted in person and by mail in Tuesday’s election.
The Brecksville-Broadview Heights’ community voted to renew a 6.8-mill levy for the school district on Tuesday. Here’s a quick look at the numbers from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections: These figures are still unofficial. Additional vote-by-mail ballots and provisional ballots can be included in the final, official numbers.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
The final, unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections are in.
Update, 9:01 p.m. School Board President David Tryon said he is "very pleased with the results" of Tuesday's election. Tryon said he was optimistic that the renewal levy would pass, but that he didn't think it would be by such a majority of the voters. Nearly 74 percent of voters were in favor of the renewal levy. "I'm very grateful for the overwhelming support from the taxpayers," Tryon said. Update, 8:45 p.m. As of 8:42 p.m., all of the 22 precincts have been counted, and the renewal levy for the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District has passed. According to unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, 3,848 people voted for the renewal levy, and 1,360 voted against it. *These are unofficial numbers from …
The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections estimates that less than a quarter of registered voters have cast a ballot as of 2 p.m.
The polls have been quiet but steady today, poll workers at City Hall and the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center said earlier this afternoon. The Brecksville-Broadview Heights schools community is voting on a 6.8-mill renewal levy for the district. The levy brings in more than $5 million for the district each year. The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections estimates that about 13.9 percent of registered voters in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District had cast a ballot as of 2 p.m. Community Outreach Manager Dennis Anderson said this number was based on a sampling. The figure does include vote-by-mail ballots. Bill Kovacs, a poll worker at City Hall, said the traffic was slower than March’s primary, but that it was better than he …
There’s a renewal levy for the Brecksville-Broadview Heights schools on today’s ballot.
Residents in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District have a special election today. There’s a 6.8-mill renewal levy for the school district on the ballot—it’s the only issue voters will see. The renewal levy brings in more than $5 million for the district each year. Here are the polling locations for Brecksville voters: Voters can check which precinct they’re in on the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections website. Polling locations will open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m. Don’t forget to bring proper identification to the polls—a list of acceptable documents can be found on the board’s website—and any vote-by-mail ballots that have not been mailed yet can be submitted in person at the Board of Elections office. Check …
Monday, August 6, 2012
Vote-by-mail ballots must be postmarked by Monday.
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Mayor Jerry N. Hruby explains why he supports the renewal levy.
The following letter was submitted by Mayor Jerry N. Hruby’s office to Brecksville Patch. I was a member of the first Kindergarten class at Highland School when it first opened, a member of the first class that attended Highland Elementary K through 6. I graduated from Brecksville High in 1966. My two brothers and I attended a combined 40 years (1946-1966). The three of us received outstanding educations and non academic programs that enriched us and prepared us for all that we have experienced and accomplished during our lives. I recall we all were very proud of our school system and enjoyed the fact that its reputation was one of excellence, our programs exceptional and the teachers well respected and admired. I remember many of the …
The renewal levy will be on the ballot in less than a week.
The Brecksville-Broadview Heights schools have a renewal levy on the ballot this Tuesday. The 6.8-mill levy brings in more than $5 million for the district each year, and it runs out at the end of 2012. Commenters have left some arguments for and against the renewal on Brecksville Patch, so tell us: Where do you stand on the issue? Take our poll and tell us why in the comments.