Ohio voters approve 5 of 6 county board of DD levies in 2021 general election

By Adam Herman, Staff report
Published Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Ohio Voted Election StickerSix county boards of developmental disabilities had levy requests on the ballot during the November 2 general election. Of those ballot issues, 5 have passed, according to unofficial results from those counties' boards of elections. One ballot issue has failed.

Unofficial results on election night are as follows (pending final certification):

  • Delaware: 2.0-mill renewal/decrease (5 years) - PASS (66.58%/33.42%)
  • Mahoning: 2.0-mill renewal (5 years) - PASS (72.19%/27.81%)
  • Meigs: 2.0-mill renewal (5 years) - PASS (64.25%/35.75%)
  • Montgomery**: 8.21-mill renewal (8 years) - PASS (74.16%/25.84%)
  • Morrow: 4.5-mill replacement/increase (continuing) - FAIL (57.82%/42.18%)
  • Vinton: 3.0-mill renewal (5 years) - PASS (65.6%/34.4%)
Congratulations to the staff, volunteers, friends, family members, and advocates who made their counties' levy efforts a success! A special thank you is in order for the voters who understand the important work conducted by county boards of DD.
**The levy issue for the Montgomery County Board of DD was passed as part of a combined human services levy that funds several agencies in Montgomery County, including the board of developmental disabilities.
NOTE: All results are unofficial until certified by each county board of elections. Exact figures reflect unofficial results on November 2, 2021, and are likely to change slightly as a result of final vote tallies.

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