2014 PPP (Tohio Governor Race Primary)

Thursday, March 17, 2022

The results of a ranked-choice voting election. | Download Raw Summary Data
Round Eliminated Winners
Round 1
Round 2 Ellen DeHorsa
Round 3 Jim Layora
Round 4 Kent Johnson Randy Gibbs

Round 1

Candidate What changed Current total votes
Randy Gibbs 5 votes in the first round 23.8%
5 votes
State Senator Jesse Malorne 5 votes in the first round 23.8%
5 votes
Kent Johnson 4 votes in the first round 19.0%
4 votes
Jim Layora 4 votes in the first round 19.0%
4 votes
Ellen DeHorsa 3 votes in the first round 14.3%
3 votes

Round 2

Candidate What changed Current total votes
Randy Gibbs Gained 1 votes 30.0%
6 votes
State Senator Jesse Malorne Gained 1 votes 30.0%
6 votes
Kent Johnson 20.0%
4 votes
Jim Layora 20.0%
4 votes
Ellen DeHorsa Eliminated: 3 votes redistributed to remaining candidates or became inactive

Round 3

Candidate What changed Current total votes
Randy Gibbs Gained 2 votes 44.4%
8 votes
State Senator Jesse Malorne 33.3%
6 votes
Kent Johnson 22.2%
4 votes
Jim Layora Eliminated: 4 votes redistributed to remaining candidates or became inactive

Round 4

Candidate What changed Current total votes
Randy Gibbs Elected: Gained 2 votes 55.6%
10 votes
State Senator Jesse Malorne Gained 2 votes 44.4%
8 votes
Kent Johnson Eliminated: 4 votes redistributed to remaining candidates or became inactive

Randy Gibbs

Round What changed Current total votes
Round 1 5.0 first-round votes. 100.0%
21 votes
Round 2 Gained 1 votes from Ellen DeHorsa. 100.0%
20 votes
Round 3 Gained 2 votes from Jim Layora. 100.0%
18 votes
Round 4 Elected. Gained 2 votes from Kent Johnson. 100.0%
18 votes
Candidate name Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Randy Gibbs

23.8%

5 votes

30.0%

6 votes

44.4%

8 votes

55.6%

10 votes
State Senator Jesse Malorne

23.8%

5 votes

30.0%

6 votes

33.3%

6 votes

44.4%

8 votes
Kent Johnson

19.0%

4 votes

20.0%

4 votes

22.2%

4 votes
Jim Layora

19.0%

4 votes

20.0%

4 votes
Ellen DeHorsa

14.3%

3 votes


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