Voters in some local communities took to polls Tuesday for a special election in Ohio.
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Issues drew voters to cast ballots in Lebanon, Lockland and Mount Healthy.
In the Lebanon City School District of Warren County, a tax levy renewal to raise $4.2 million per year for the next three years was passed with 66 percent of voters in favor of the levy. A total of 3,219 voters cast ballots, counting for about 13 percent of total registered voters.
Hamilton County was the home of two issues facing voters, but polls saw a very small turnout of only 9.89 percent of total registered voters.
The majority of voters did not pass an additional $11.2 million levy in the Lockland Local School District, but it was close run. Voting against the levy was 53 percent, while 47 percent of voters were in favor of the levy.
In Mount Healthy, the renewal of a $5 million tax levy for fire and emergency services passed with 85.7 percent of the votes.