Cincinnati residents took to social media as the election results came in Tuesday night and John Cranley won out as the city's mayor-elect.
By a razor thin margin, voters appear to have passed the Lakota School District levy Tuesday after three previous unsuccessful attempts.
The addition of Kevin Flynn, David Mann and Amy Murray will lead to some policy shifts at City Hall.
John Cranley's single-minded focus on the streetcar and parking lease issues were a winning formula, giving him the edge over Roxanne Qualls.
Butler County voters narrowly approved the Lakota School District levy Tuesday after three previous unsuccessful attempts.
Voters created perhaps the most diverse Cincinnati Public School board to date, with the election of its first Latino member and business and union backed candidates.
Senior statesman David Mann was re-elected to Cincinnati City Council in an anti-streetcar vote that cost Laure Quinlivan her seat.
Election Day 2013 is over and voters went to the polls Tuesday to change the shape of the Tri-State. Click inside for a recap of key outcomes from the election and how they will affect you.
Voters rejected a proposed 5.8 mill operating levy, that was expected to generate $7.2 million annually for the West Clermont Local School District.
School levies were voted on around Ohio, from those who have tried for years to get one passed like Lakota, to those that are in dire need like Oak Hills. A full rundown of levy results is inside.
Ohio residents head to the polls today to vote on issues and races ranging from decisions on the city pension to choosing the next Cincinnati mayor. Follow along inside for all the results and happenings from around Ohio as the results come in!
Lawyer and vocal streetcar opponent John Cranley beat Roxanne Qualls Tuesday to become the next mayor of Cincinnati.
Results are in, and unofficially, voters have chosen John Cranley over Roxanne Qualls as the next mayor of Cincinnati. But the ballot totals don’t tell the whole story.
The Hamilton County Library levy was passed in Tuesday’s election.
Oak Hills voters passed a five-year, 4.82-mill school levy and prevented another round of deep budget cuts.
From Cincinnati's new mayoral choice to deciding on the city's pension fund and choosing local school levies, get all the latest election results as they come in LIVE inside.
Check on the results of several key tax levies around the Tri-State area that were voted on this Election Day.
A tax levy renewal in Hamilton County for the Cincinnati Zoo park services and facilities passed with more than 80 percent of the vote.
Three new people and an incumbent will help guide the future of the Cincinnati Public Schools system.
Cincinnati voters overwhelmingly rejected Issue 4, a major overhaul of the city’s troubled pension system, in Tuesday’s election.