Election 2016: Analyzing the Results | November 10, 2016 From the election of a new president to measures that support the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, voters across Northeast Ohio had a lot of things to consider on their ballot this year. And now that the voters have spoken, it’s time to interpret the results. The Greater Cleveland Partnership’s 2016 Election Report provides a comprehensive analysis of the 2016 General Election results on GCP priorities, the Northeast Ohio business community and economic development in our city and region. In addition to commentary on the presidential and U.S. Senate races, we discuss the outcomes of voters’ decisions on Issue 32, the proposed 0.5 percent City of Cleveland income tax increase, and Issue 108, the four-year renewal of the 15-mill operating levy that supports the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and its high-quality charter school partners. Learn more about the Greater Cleveland Partnership’s advocacy efforts.