Galion election results are in
The unofficial count for the Galion city council and school board races and the Amvets local option has been released by the Crawford County Board of Elections. An official tally will not be final until ten days afterward, to allow for provisional ballots and votes overseas members of the armed forces to be added in. Currently the results stand as follows:
Kenneth E. Bodkins ran unopposed for Galion city council-at-large.
Paul Flannery beat Michael A. Christini to represent Galion’s ward three in city council, winning 322 of 623 total votes.
Gail L. Baldinger received 260 of the 372 votes in Galion’s ward three to retain a seat in city council. Write-in candidate Shirley Clark received the other 112 votes.
Robert M. Zeisler won 25 percent of the vote in the race to sit on the Galion school board. He and fellow incumbent Dennis E. Long retained their seats, Long with almost 24 percent of the vote. Newcomer Brian W. Owens joins them in the top three with almost 17 percent.
The Amvets local option in Galion precinct 2A passed with 55 percent of the vote.