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August 2, 2022 Primary Election official results

(Plain Press, September 2022) The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections has posted the official results of the August 2nd Primary Election on its website. Below are some of the results from districts that have some precincts within the area served by the Plain Press.

Cuyahoga County Turnout

10.53% of Cuyahoga County’s registered voters cast ballots in the August 2nd Primary Election with 92,042 voters casting ballots out of a total of 873,795 registered voters in Cuyahoga County. Of the voters casting ballots 67,056 or 72.85% voted in the Democratic primary and 24,985 or 27.15% voted in the Republican Primary.

State Senate Candidates: Democratic Primary

State Senate District 21

Kent Smith won the Democratic Primary (16,944 votes) over John Barnes (10,496 votes)

State Senate District 23

Nickie J. Antonio ran unopposed in the Democratic Primary (received 12,780 votes)

State Senator Candidates: Republican Primary

State Senate District 21

Mikhail Alterman ran unopposed and received 2,867 votes

State Senate District 23

Landry M. Simmons Jr. ran unopposed and received 3,952 votes

District 21 State Democratic Central Committee

21st District (woman)

Helen M. Sheehan won with 12,436 votes or 51.13% of the votes cast. Juanita Gowdy was second and Renee A. Lindsley third.

21st District (man)

Kent Smith won with 10,889 votes or 40.32% of the votes cast. Blaine A. Griffin was second. Armond D. Budish came in third; Roosevelt Coats was fourth, and Andre P. White came in fifth.

District 21 State Republican Central Committee

21 District (woman)

Lucy M. Stickan won with 2,385 votes ( 73.56%)  over Laverne Jones Gore.

21 District (man)

Joe Miller ran unopposed and received 2,838 votes

District 23rd State Democratic Central Committee

23rd District (woman)

Colleen Corrigan Day received 6,942 votes or 51.27% of the votes cast to edge out Diana Morgan who received 6,599 votes or 48.73% of the votes cast.

23rd District (man)

Sean P. Brennan won with 4,959 votes or 35.4% of the votes cast. Martin J. Sweeney came in second; Jeff Johnson was third; Michael Seals was fourth; and Willie Lewis Britt was fifth.

District 23 State Republican Central Committee

23rd District (woman)

Doris Peters ran unopposed and received 4,022 votes

23rd District (man)

Brian Andrews won with 2,395 votes (51.71%) over Jonah Pelton.

District 24 State Democratic Central Committee

24th District (woman)

Megan Murphy won with 8,413 or 53.6 percent of the votes cast. Kelly A. Kosek came in second with 46.4 percent of the votes cast.

24th District (man)

Dean DePiero won with 4,112 votes or 25.69% of the vote. Coming in second with 4,044 votes or 25.27% of the votes cast was Dale Miller. Matt Patton came in third; Riley Armstrong Alton was fourth; and Chris Glassburn came in fifth.

District 24 State Republican Central Committee

24th District (woman)

Melanie Mason ran unopposed and received 10,145 votes.

24th District (man)

Shannon Burns won with 6,658 votes (54.08%) over second place Zacch Ashcraft and thir place Daniel R. Langshaw

State Representatives

Democratic Primary

District 13

Michael J. Skindell ran unopposed and received 4,831 votes

District 14

Sean Brennan ran unopposed and received 4,506 votes

District 15

Richare Dell’Aguila ran unopposed and received 3,446 votes

District 17

Troy J. Greenfield ran unopposed and received 4,646 votes

District 18

Darnell T. Brewer won with 4,896 votes

District 19

Phil Robinson ran unopposed and received 5,201 votes

District 20

Terrence Upchurch won with 3,368 votes or 77.75% of the vote over opponent Michael Seals.

State Representatives

Republican Primary

District 13

Keith A. Davey ran unopposed and received 1,103 votes.

District 14

Jolene B. Austin won with 1,734 votes or 54.22% to win over David J. Morgan.

District 15

No valid petition filed

District 17

Thomas F. Patton won with 4,271 votes or 81.43% of the votes cast to win over opponent Ryan McClain

District 18

Write in candidates received 221 votes

District 19

Ron Brough ran unopposed and received 1,535 votes

District 20

No valid petition filed

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