Election 2016 at a glance
Ryan wins new term
WARREN — U.S. Rep. Timothy J. Ryan won a ninth term in Congress on Tuesday.
Ryan, D-Howland, bested Republican challenger Richard A. Morckel of Akron 67.6 percent to 32.3 percent, according to incomplete, unofficial results from the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office.
Calvin Hill Sr. of Youngstown ran as a write-in candidate. However, the state did not have his totals.
Joyce wins re-election
WARREN — U.S. Rep. David Joyce, R-Painesville, won re-election in Ohio’s 14th U.S. Congressional District, which includes the northern tier of Trumbull County.
Joyce won 63 percent of the vote, compared with his Democratic challenger, Michael Wager of Moreland Hills, who received 34 percent, according to incomplete, unofficial results from the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office.
This was the second election Joyce bested Wager for the seat in Congress, fending off the Democrat in 2014.
Andrew Jarvi of Ashtabula ran as a Green Party write-in candidate. The state did not have his vote totals available.
O’Brien wins in 64th
WARREN — Democrat Michael O’Brien was re-elected as state representative to the 64th District, defeating Republican Martha Yoder of Farmington.
Incomplete and unofficial results from Ohio Secretary State have O’Brien receiving 55 percent of the vote and Yoder receiving 45 percent of the vote in Tuesday’s general election.
A total of 43,451 votes were cast in the race.