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Jackson County, West Virginia will see a new County Commissioner in 2015.

Democratic Incumbent Tommy Nutter, lost a close contest against Republican Mitch Morrison, for a seat on the Jackson County Commission.

The two candidates for Wood County Clerk will have to wait to see who can officially declare victory.

Currently Republican candidate Robert "Bob" Buchanan is leading Mark Rhodes by a slim 17 votes.

Republican Bill Johnson is the unofficial winner over Democrat Jennifer Garrison and Green Party candidate Dennis Lambert for the 6th District Congressional seat.

For the first time in 22 years, voters in Chillicothe were asked to consider a city income tax increase.

The levy failed 53.5 percent voting against it and 46.5 percent voting for it. 

Unofficial results are in for Noble County.

Virgil J. Thompson, is the unofficial winner in the race for county commission.  Thompson beat out his challenger Kevin C. Walters by 155 votes.

In Washington County, Republican Rick Walter is the unofficial winner over Ray Witten for County Commissioner 66 percent to 34 percent. He will be taking his seat January 1, 2015.

Sunday hunting on private land is now legal in Mason County, West Virginia. 

According to unofficial results, 3,961 voters approved Sunday hunting while 2,919 voted against it.

Two schools will likely close now that Monroe County voters rejected their income tax levy.

The Switzerland of Ohio Local School District Income Tax Levy failed 3,132- 1,946.

Unofficial election results are in for Meigs County.

Republican incumbent Tim Ihle is the unofficial winner in the county commission race. Ihle received 3,204 votes over Independent challenger Mick Davenport who received 2,398 votes. 

An elections official says a power outage affecting four voting precincts in south Toledo hasn't kept people from casting their ballots.

Ed Feeny with the Lucas County Board of Elections says the polling places lost power Tuesday afternoon after a car crashed into a power pole nearby.