In Brunswick, a city located in northern Medina County, one Brunswick Democratic councilman won re-election and one Brunswick Democrat, running for an open seat, was defeated. In another council race, two Republicans faced off against each other and the incumbent Republican councilman won re-election. Brunswick voters also rejected an increase in their city's income tax.
In Brunswick there were four ward city council positions up for election, and there were three contested ward seats. In Medina there were four positions up for election and only one was contested. In Wadsworth there were 11 positions up for election and three of those were uncontested. This means that out of 19 potential contested positions in city elections in Medina County, there were 12 positions that were contested and 7 that were uncontested.
In Medina County villages there were 26 positions up for election and only six of those were contested. In the townships there were 34 positions up for election, one trustee and one clerk for each township, and there were 14 contested elections. Ten school boards had positions up for election but only three school districts saw contested board elections.
Twelve tax issues were on the ballot and only two were defeated. There were also four charter amendments on the ballot, two each for Brunswick and Medina, and all four of them passed. Finally there were seven precincts which had elections regarding liquor sales and in all of them the issues passed.