Central Ohio voters headed to the polls on Tuesday to decide a number of tax issues.
Voters in the Groveport Madison Local School District approved a 9.96 mill levy.
According to unofficial results from the Franklin County Board of Elections, 70 percent of voters, or 2,043 voters, voted in favor of the levy.
School district officials said that the levy preserves arts and athletic programs already in place.
Administrators told 10TV News that if the levy failed, the district would lose $7.7 million.
The levy affects 10 schools in the district.
Voters in Bucyrus rejected a 0.5 percent municipal tax increase.
According to the officially tally by the Crawford County Board of Elections, 61 percent, or 811 voters, rejected the proposed tax. Thirty-nine percent of voters, or 512 voters, approved it.
Voters in Knox and Licking counties rejected a 1-percent income tax request for the North Fork Local School District.
According to unofficial results from the county boards of election, 558 voters, or 28 percent, voted in favor of the tax. Seventy-two percent of voters, or 1,425 voters, rejected the tax.
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