Clintonville voters will be faced with a long ballot when they head to the polls Nov. 4.

Clintonville voters will be faced with a long ballot when they head to the polls Nov. 4.

At the national level, in addition to the presidential race, voters in the 15th congressional district will choose a representative from among Democrat candidate Mary Jo Kilroy, Republican Steve Stivers, Independent Don Elijah Eckhart and Libertarian Mark Noble.

At the state level, voters will choose a replacement to fill the attorney general's post for the remainder of Marc Dann's term, which runs through January 2011. Candidates for the seat are Democrat Richard Cordray, Republican Mike Crites and Independent Robert M. Owens.

In Ohio's 22nd House district, Democrat John Patrick Carney and Republican Mike Keenan will vie for the seat. In the 27th House district, voters will choose between Democrat W. Carlton Weddington and Republican Jim Hunter.

Also at the state level, voters will see four proposed constitutional amendments and one referendum issue.

Issue 1 seeks to establish an amendment to Ohio's constitution to create earlier filing deadlines for statewide ballot issues.

Approval of Issue 2 would authorize the state to issue $200-million in bonds to continue compliance with the Clean Ohio Program. Issue 3 seeks a constitutional amendment to protect private property rights for groundwater and other bodies of water.

Issue 6 is a constitutional amendment that would allow for the development of a $600-million casino on 94 acres of land in Clinton County, near Wilmington.

Issue 5 is a referendum that seeks to repeal a payday lending law passed earlier this year to cap the interest rate and maximum loan amount for payday lenders and create a minimum repayment period.

In Franklin County, two seats on the Board of Commissioners are up for grabs. In one race, Democrat John O'Grady and Republican Jeffery J. Miller are competing for the seat vacated by Mary Jo Kilroy as she runs for the 15th congressional seat. In the other, Republican Angel Rhodes is challenging incumbent Democrat Paula Brooks.

Republican Clarence Mingo and Democrat Maryellen O'Shaughnessy are competing for the Franklin County Clerk of Court of Common Pleas, which is being vacated by O'Grady as he runs for commissioner.

Columbus voters also will choose whether to support the city's $1.66-billion bond package, which will appear on the ballot as issues 14 through 19, broken down into departments including safety and health, streets and highways, water, refuse collection, sanitary sewers, and recreation and parks.

The Columbus City School District also is on the ballot with a combined bond and levy. Appearing as Issue 75, the district is seeking a 1.13-mill bond issue and a 7.85-mill levy.

Liquor options appearing on ballots in Clintonville include:

• Weekday sales for Clintonville Bistro, 4214 N. High St.,

• Sunday sales, from 1 p.m. to midnight, for Clintonville Bistro, 4214 N. High St.,

• Weekday sales for Kroger, 3417 N. High St.,

• Sunday sales, from 10 a.m. to midnight, for Kroger, 3417 N. High St.,

• Sunday sales, from 10 a.m. to midnight, for Bob's Bar, 4961 N. High St.,

• Weekday sales for City Café, 4041 N. High St.,

• Sunday sales, from 1 p.m. to midnight, for City Café, 4041 N. High St.,

• Weekday sales for Northstar Café, 4239-43 N. High St.,

• Sunday sales, from 1 p.m. to midnight, for Northstar Café, 4239-43 N. High St.,

• Weekday sales for City Café, 4400 N. High St., at the northeast corner of North High Street and East Henderson Road,

• Sunday sales, from 1 p.m. to midnight, for City Café, 4400 N. High St., at the northeast corner of North High Street and East Henderson Road,

• Weekday sales for City Café, 4400 N. High St., at the southeast corner of North High Street and East Schreyer Place, and

• Sunday sales, from 1 p.m. to midnight, for City Café, 4400 N. High St., at the southeast corner of North High Street and East Schreyer Place.