Hardin County voters went to polls on Tuesday in the 2020 General Election.
In the lone, exclusive to Hardin County, contested race on the ballot, Incumbent Prosecutor Brad Bailey easily won re-election.
Bailey defeated Gary Fischmann 9593 to 2375.
5th District U.S. Congressman Republican Bob Latta won another term in office. He defeated Democratic challenger Nick Rubando 9828 to 2728.
District-wide, Latta won with 68% of the vote. Rubando picked up 32%.
President Trump gained the approval of Hardin County voters. The Republican incumbent defeated Democrat Joe Biden 9698 to 3025.
Trump won the state of Ohio and its 18 electoral college votes 53 to 45%.
The race for U.S. President is still too close to call with several key battleground states hanging in the balance.
As for money issues on the ballot, Cessna Township voters easily passed both a cemetery and fire levy.
Jackson Township voters approved a cemetery levy by a two to one margin.
Hardin County voters joined with Logan County in passing a levy for the BMRT Ambulance District.
The two county total was 918 in favor and 830 against.
These are unofficial vote totals.
Hardin County Board of Elections Director Becky Stevenson said they will meet on November 17 at 10:30am for the official canvass.
For the complete unofficial results, click here: https://www.boe.ohio.gov/hardin/c/elecres/20201103results.pdf