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Democrats Pick Bevan Walsh, Barry, Kurt, Comunale, Feeman, Crawford for General Election

Many races were uncontested March 6, but take a look at who did win the primary in their respective race.

Patch will announce the final, unofficial results according to the Summit County Board of Elections Tuesday night.

Updated at 5:38 a.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 SUMMIT COUNTY EXECUTIVE: (475 of 475 precincts counted)

Uncontested: Both move on to the general election.

Incumbent Russ Pry (D-Akron) 22,928 Munroe Falls Mayor Frank A. Larson, Jr. (R-Munroe Falls) 23,930

• SUMMIT COUNTY PROSECUTOR: (475 of 475 precincts counted)

Bevan Walsh wins the Democratic primary. Bevan Walsh and Knox move on to the general election.

Incumbent Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh (D-Incumbent) 21,665
Leonard W. Hazelett (D-Akron)  5,704 Candace Kim Knox (R-Akron) 23,444

• SUMMIT COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS: (475 of 475 precincts counted)

Uncontested: Both move on to the general election.

Incumbent Daniel Horrigan (D-Akron) 21,318 Kandi S. O'Connor (R-Hudson)  23,481

• SUMMIT COUNTY SHERIFF (Currently Drew Alexander): (475 of 475 precincts counted)

Barry and Rivers move on to the general election.

Steve Barry (D-Uniontown) 15,444 Frank J. Martucci, Jr. (D-Akron) 11,511 Randy L. Rivers (R-Cuyahoga Falls)  24,264

• SUMMIT COUNTY FISCAL OFFICER: (475 of 475 precincts counted)

Uncontested: Both move on to the general election.

Incumbent Kristen M. Scalise (D-Cuyahoga Falls) 22,508
Ronald A. Antal (R-Hudson) 23,538

• SUMMIT COUNTY ENGINEER: (475 of 475 precincts counted)

Uncontested: Both move on to the general election.

Incumbent Alan Brubaker (D-Akron) 20,804 Bruce L. Robinson (R-Cuyahoga Falls)  24,223

Summit County Council Races

• AT-LARGE: (475 of 475 precincts counted)

Kurt wins the Democratic primary. Kurt and Davis move on to the general election.

Peter Crossland (D-Copley) 10,972 Incumbent Sandra Kurt (D-Akron) 14,090 Jane M. Davis (R-Hudson) 23,020

•  DISTRICT 1: (60 of 60 precincts counted)

Uncontested: Both move on to the general election.

Incumbent Nick Kostandaras, Sr. (D-Richfield) 1,811
Greg W. Roemer (R-Richfield) 3,371

• DISTRICT 2: (61 of 61 precincts counted)

Uncontested: Both Scmidt and Delambo move on to the general election.

Incumbent John Schmidt (D-Cuyahoga Falls) 2,754
Nancy A. Delambo WRITE IN CANDIDATE (R-Cuyahoga Falls) 514

• DISTRICT 3: (65 of 65 precincts counted)

Uncontested: Both Rodgers and Iona move on to the general election. 

Incumbent Gloria J. Rodgers (R-Stow) 5,241
Russ Iona (D-Cuyahoga Falls) 1,840

• DISTRICT 4: (57 of 57 precincts counted)

Comunale wins the Democratic primary. Hoover and Comunale move on to the general election.

Incumbent Frank C. Comunale (D-Akron) 3,056 Phil Montgomery (D-Akron) 1,211
Mike Hoover (D-Akron) 2,370

• DISTRICT 5: (60 of 60 precincts counted)

Uncontested: Both Lee and Reed move on to the general election.

Tamela Lee (D-Akron) 3,086
Lance Reed (R-Copley)  2,116

• DISTRICT 6: (55 of 55 precincts counted)

Feeman wins the Democratic primary. Feeman and Bennetts move on to the general election.

Incumbent Jerry E. Feeman (D-Tallmadge) 1,690
Daniel A. Congrove (D-Akron) 1,599
Faith M. Bennetts (R-Akron)  2,205

• DISTRICT 7: (58 of 58 precincts counted)

Crawford wins the Democratic primary, he and Ashbaugh will go on to the general election.

Tim S. Crawford (D-Norton) 2,217
Bryan Suboticki (D-Barberton) 2,150
Larry M. Ashbaugh (R-Clinton) 2,700

DISTRICT 8: (63 of 63 precincts counted)

Uncontested: Both Prentice and Wolfe move on to the general election

Paula S. Prentice (D-Akron) 2,507 Tom Wolfe (R-Akron) 3,072

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