(FOX19) - Ohio residents voted in a special election Tuesday, including six elections in the Tri-State.
Both the Lebanon School District and the Deerfield Township Police and EMS levies passed.
Voters rejected a new levy for Franklin City Schools, estimated to generate nearly $4 million.
A Norwood tax levy failed, which would have gone toward health and current expenses for the city over the next five years and cost the owner of a $100,000 home an extra $30 per year.
In Arlington Heights, apparently every vote counts. The tax levy ended in a tie with 63 votes for and against, which means it failed.
In the Village of Cleves, voters narrowly approved a new tax levy which will generate more than $200,000 per year.
Real-time results with additional information can be found here: http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/OH/Hamilton/47339/117807/Web01/en/summary.html