Parma’s 30-year-old pit bull ban ‘unofficially’ upheld by 21 votes, Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan maintains strong primary lead: Ohio Election Day 2019

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NORTHEAST, OH (WOIO) - Ohioans headed to the polls Tuesday, May 7 to vote on a number of issues important in their communities.

Residents in Parma voted on Issue 10 to potentially get rid of the city’s 30-year-old pit bull ban.

According to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, the ban was upheld by a mere 21 votes.

The results of Issue 10 are unofficial, as a handful of ballots are still expected to come in.

Plus, Democratic Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan is holding a commanding lead over his opponent, Greg Harrison.

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