Of all the Cuyahoga County municipalities within the Chagrin Valley readership area, only Hunting Valley and Gates Mills gave the nod to President Donald J. Trump for a second term.
In Ohio, Mr. Trump was the clear winner although nationwide Democrat Joseph Biden took in the majority of the Electoral College votes to win the race.
In Northeast Ohio, Gates Mills chose the incumbent by a vote of 820-788.
As of now, Hunting Valley, including its Geauga County portion stands at 268 for Mr. Trump and 257 for Mr. Biden.
Here is how the rest of the Chagrin Valley voted for president:
BENTLEYVILLE – Biden 323,Trump 283
CHAGRIN FALLS – Biden 1,617,Trump 1,115
CHAGRIN FALLS TWP. – Biden 50, Trump 38
MORELAND HILLS – Biden 1,593, Trump 840
ORANGE – Biden 1,796, Trump 534
PEPPER PIKE –Biden 3,106, Trump 1,390
SOLON –Biden 8,613, Trump 4,561
WOODMERE – Biden 296, Trump 40
In Geauga County, South Russell Village and Bainbridge Township went blue and chose Mr. Biden. Every precinct in the village voted for the Democrat and in Bainbridge it was precincts A and B including the community of Chagrin Falls Park that gave the former vice president the edge.
The South Russell vote was Mr. Biden 1,463 and Mr. Trump 1,232. The vote in Bainbridge was slim with 4,029 for Mr. Biden and 4,008 for Mr. Trump.
Valley township votes as of early this week were:
AUBURN – Biden 1,762, Trump 2,655
CHESTER – Biden 2508, Trump 8,122
NEWBURY – Biden 1,360, Trump 4,390
RUSSELL – Biden 3,562, Trump 4,206
Mail-in ballot postmarked by Nov. 2 and received at boards of elections by Nov. 13 will be counted. Ohio by law will certify the vote by Nov. 28.