Thousands of Ohioans went to the polls to take part in the state's May 4 primary election.
Voters weighed in on key issues, including a proposed community center and several school levies that are up for consideration.
Here’s how people voted on key issues:
In the first round of results Tuesday night, voters were against a $2.9 million bond. The bond was proposed to help the Pickerington Local School District create more space for students and provide funding for a new junior high school.
More than 61% of Fairfield County voters were against the proposed levy.
Voters were in favor of a new community center in Upper Arlington, with the number of ‘yes’ votes leading by roughly 80%. The proposed center would come at no additional cost to taxpayers.
Results show a $7.35 million levy for the Franklin Township Police District failing with approximately 66% voting against it.
A levy for Knox County Children Services failed by 1,299 votes in the first wave of election results.
Here's where to find election results in your county: