Marion Mayor Re-Elected and Other Very Close Local Election Results!

Marion has re-elected Mayor Scott Schertzer for another four-year term. Schertzer, the Democrat, received 2,495 votes to Republican Kevin Norris' 2,077 and Sue McGowan's 380 votes.

Marion has elected a new City Auditor. Robert Landon (Rep) defeated the incumbent Kelly Carr (Dem) by 302 votes to take over that office.

The 2020 Marion City Council will consist of:

1st Ward: Kai Meade, who defeated Michael Saad by 4 votes.

2nd Ward: Ayers Ratliff, ran unopposed

3rd Ward:Jason Schaber (Rep) defeated Kevin Lytle (Dem).

4th Ward: Josua Feliciano (Rep) defeated the incumbent Debbie Blevins (Dem) by 34 votes.

5th Ward: Leslie Cunningham (Rep) will keep her seat, by 8 votes, over the contender Tara Dyer (Dem).

6th Ward: Kathy Swanger won that seat over Billy Mayberry.

The unopposed Council at Large members are: Josh Daniels, Rebbeca Gustin and Mike Neff.

The Marion County Board of Developmental Disabilities Additional 1.7 Mill Levy has failed by 313 votes.

For Complete Election Results, Just Click These Links:

Marion County Board of Elections

Wyandot County Board of Elections

Crawford County Board of Elections

Morrow County Board of Elections

*** 2019's General Election Voter turnout was at 29.47% of registered voters.

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