General Election: November 6, 1990

Official Tabulation: November 6, 1990

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Candidates/Votes

Anthony J. Celebrezze Jr. and

Eugene Branstool (D) 1,539,416

*George V. Voinovich and

Michael Dewine (R) 1,938,103

James E. Attia and

Henry King 49

David Marshall and

Margaret Husk 82

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Full Term Commencing January 2, 1991)

Candidates/Votes

J. Ross Haffey (I) 283,883

Stephanie Tubbs Jones (D) 1,255,556

*Craig Wright (R) 1,319,422

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
(Full Term Commencing January 1, 1991)

Candidates/Votes

Stuart J. Banks (D) 756,481

*Andrew Douglas (R) 2,013,630

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Candidates/Votes

*Lee Fisher (D) 1,680,698

Paul E. Pfeifer (R) 1,679,464

AUDITOR OF STATE

Candidates/Votes

*Thomas E. Ferguson (D) 1,768,343

James M. Petro (R) 1,580,497

SECRETARY OF STATE

Candidates/Votes

Sherrod Brown (D) 1,604,058

*Bob Taft (R) 1,809,416

TREASURER OF STATE

Candidates/Votes

Judith Y. Brachman (R) 1,336,761

*Mary Ellen Withrow (D) 1,961,127

State Issue 1: To permit the state and local governments to provide or to assist in providing housing and housing assistance either directly or through private lenders.

Votes

YES 1,705,528

NO 1,517,466

State Issue 2: To permit the General Assembly to allow the surviving spouse of a person who was receiving a homestead tax reduction to continue receiving the reduction, under certain circumstances.

Votes

YES 2,967,935

NO 372,950

State Issue 3: To authorize the licensing of a casino resort hotel, for profit, in the city of Lorain as a pilot project, the dividing of the state into casino districts under certain circumstances, and the levying of certain taxes.

Votes

YES 1,270,387

NO 2,098,725

 

(R) Recount.