Updated at 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, published at 6:00 a.m. Tuesday
With 99 percent of precincts reporting in Cuyahoga County, the unofficial election results are below.
Rep. Barbara Boyd (D-Cleveland) ran uncontested in Ohio House District 9 and will retain her seat
The 9th Ohio House district includes Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights, University Heights and parts of Cleveland.
The Cleveland Heights resident was first elected to be a state representative in 1992 and served four terms. She left because of term limits, but ran again in 2006 and won, according to information on the Ohio House of Representatives website.
Boyd was a Cleveland Heights City Council member for about a decade before she was elected to the house, and was the first African-American member on council.
Cleveland Heights resident Julian Rogers also ran uncontested and has been re-elected to a second term on the Cuyahoga County Council in District 10.
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In addition to national and state candidates, Cleveland Heights voters will decide on an Ohio House representative, a county council member, county prosecutor, many judicial candidates, a state board of education representative and three county issues.
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Cleveland Heights voters will likely hone in on county, state and federal race results Tuesday as there are no local issues or races on the ballot, and local candidates in county and state races are running uncontested.
The Ohio House District 9 and Cuyahoga County Council District 10 races are uncontested — Cleveland Heights incumbent Barbara Boyd is sure to snag the spot in District 9, and Cleveland Heights incumbent Julian Rogers focused his efforts on Senator Sherrod Brown's re-election campaign as Rogers' bid was certain.
Stay with us all day as we update this article and the site with news and information from the polls and live election results.
*Note: Patch did not compile candidate information for judicial races or state board of education races.
LIVE 2012 ELECTION RESULTS
Results CandidateResultsOhio House District 9
Barbara Boyd (D)39,972 (Uncontested)
Cuyahoga County Council District 10
Julian Rogers (D)36,893 (Uncontested)
Cuyahoga County Prosecutor
Timothy McGinty (D)361,834 Ed Wade (I) 93,599
IssueYesNo Cuyahoga County Port Levy Authority214,522 281,190County Issue 117
282,855 145,001County Issue 118