General Election: November 8, 1994

Official Tabulation: November 8, 1994

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Robert L. Burch and

Peter Lawson Jones (D). 835,849

Keith W. Hatton and

Luther E. Willis (WI) 48

Michael Italie and

Kibwe Diarra (WI) 24

Billy R. Inmon and

Norm Myers 108,745

*George V. Voinovich and

Nancy P. Hollister (R) 2,401,572

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Lee Fisher (D) 1,625,247

*Betty Montgomery (R). 1,716,451

AUDITOR OF STATE

*Jim Petro (R) 1,883,852

Randall W. Sweeney (D) 1,337,558

SECRETARY OF STATE

Dan Brady (D). 1,150,460

*Bob Taft (R). 2,116,258

TREASURER OF STATE

*J. Kenneth Blackwell (R). 1,740,710

Edward Licht 127,670

Barbara Sykes (D). 1,370,737

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT

(Full Term Commencing January 1, 1995)

*Deborah Cook. 1,842,063

J. Ross Haffey 864,786

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT

(Full Term Commencing January 2, 1995)

Sara J. Harper 1,144,143

*Alice Robie Resnick. 1,645,061

UNITED STATES SENATOR

*Mike DeWine (R) 1,836,556

Joel Hyatt (D) 1,348,213

Joseph J. Slovenec (I) 252,031

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS

Issue No. 1

To change the procedure for appeals of cases in which the death penalty is imposed.

YES 2,199,791

NO 936,323

Issue No. 2

To afford victims of criminal offenses constitutional rights.

YES 2,447,260

NO 704,650

Issue No. 3

To increase opportunities to the residents of the State of Ohio for higher education and to encourage Ohio families to save ahead to better afford higher education.

YES 1,816,087

NO 1,191,116

Issue No. 4

Current Section 3 (C) of Article XII prohibits taxes on the sale or purchase of food for human consumption off the premises where sold.

YES 2,228,874

NO 1,126,728

*Denotes candidate elected.