11/7/18 – 7:38 A.M.
Voters in Seneca County cast their ballots in favor of incumbent county commissioner Michael Kerschner of Tiffin. Kerschner took more than 7,000 votes more than challenger Cheryl Radin-Norman. Kerschner said, “I’m happily surprised with the margin of victory. Thanks to all those who voted for me.”
Elsewhere in Seneca County, Hopewell-Loudon School District voters approved the renewal of a 4.5-mill property tax Tuesday by a 225 vote margin. The five-year levy generates $570,000 a year for staffing, course offerings, programming salaries, utilities, and supplies.
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