General Election Overview: November 5, 1974

Official Tabulation: November 5, 1974

GOVERNOR

Byron Anderson (WI) 43(R)

John J. Gilligan (D) 1,482,191(R)

Nancy Brown Lazar 95,625(R)

Joseph Pirincin (WI) 113(R)

*James A. Rhodes (R) 1,493,679(R)

Jack A. Snyder (WI) 359(R)

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

John W. Brown (R) 1,296,322

*Richard F. Celeste (D) 1,513,619

Bernard Henderson (WI) 39

Herman Kirsch 110,776

ATTORNEY GENERAL

*William J. Brown (D) 1,645,933

George C. Smith (R) 1,140,556

AUDITOR OF STATE

*Thomas E. Ferguson (D) 1,561,709

Roger W. Tracy Jr. (R) 1,243,459

SECRETARY OF STATE

*Ted W. Brown (R) 1,462,776

Tony P. Hall (D) 1,343,603

TREASURER OF STATE

*Gertrude W. Donahey (D) 1,758,559

Richard H. Harris (R) 1,025,697

UNITED STATES SENATOR

Ronald E. Girkins (WI) 88

*John Glenn (D) 1,930,670

Kathleen G. Harroff 76,882

Richard B. Kay 61,921

John O`Neill (WI) 257

Ralph J. Perk (R) 918,133

CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Full Term Commencing January 1, 1975)

*C. William O`Neill 1,598,023

Joseph E. O`Neill 841,979

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Full Term Commencing January 1, 1975)

*Frank D. Celebrezze 1,444,563

Sheldon A. Taft 1,070,112

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Full Term Commencing January 2, 1975)

 

Clifford F. Brown 1,138,663

*Thomas M. Herbert 1,187,473

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSED BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY
To permit laws reducing real estate taxes on the homesteads of permanently and totally disabled residents.

YES 2,266,355

NO 492,813

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSED BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY
To repeal Section 12 of Article VIII of the Ohio Constitution, which requires the Governor to appoint a superintendent of Public Works for a one-year term.

YES 1,463,408

NO 995,478

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSED BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY
To permit the issuance of bonds for a preservation of jobs and pollution control.

YES 1,613,444

NO 882,778

Turnout

NUMBER OF PRECINCTS 831

NUMBER OF ELECTORS VOTING 3,151,406

 

(WI) Denotes write-in.

(R) Recount figures.