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August Primary election brought some wins, while others are left with runoffs in the Novembe election
The results are in for the August Primary elections. Some contests are already settled, while others go on to a runoff in November.

In the Clermont election, Diane Travis captured 44.38 percent of the vote to Tim Murry's 33.32 percent resulting in a runoff between the two. The third candidate, Tom Spencer, trailed with 22.29 percent.

In all the races, the candidate must have over 50 percent to be declared the winner.

In the school board race, incumbent Bill Mathias won with 71.91 percent of the votes over John Ardizone for District 1. In District 3 it was Todd Howard, 47.69 percent, Marc Dodd, 35.61 percent and Jamie Hanja 16.7 percent. Howard and Dodd will compete in November.

In District 5 of the school board Stephanie Luke and Nancy Muenzmay were close at 43.8 and 41.59 percent respectively.

County Judge Terry Neal retained her seat over challenger Daniel David Archer while Mary Hatcher took the field for Circuit Judge 5th Circuit, Group 3 with 54 percent of the vote against three other challengers.

The local challengers go to the polls on November 4.

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Marc Dod (left) will face a run off with incumbent Tod Howard in the upcoming November 4 election. Candidates who did not get a clear majority will compete against the second highest number of votes. (Photos by Mike Corradino)
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