School levies in Butler and Warren County passed easily Tuesday in an Ohio special election where most voters had nothing to vote on.
In Butler County’s Madison Local School District, a 7.07 mill, 10 year emergency tax levy renewal passed with 76 percent of the vote. Turnout in the district was 12 percent.
The Franklin City School District had an 8.8 mill, five year levy on the ballot in Warren County. It passed with 70 percent of the vote. About 13 percent of the district’s voters turned out.
Hamilton and Clermont counties did not hold elections because they had no issues on the ballot.