Ten city, township and school board seats will be filled by the Nov. 3 election.

Ten city, township and school board seats will be filled by the Nov. 3 election.

Five candidates are running for four Powell City Council seats. Six people seek two Olentangy school board seats. Liberty and Orange townships each have two vacancies. Six candidates are running in Liberty; Orange has four.

Liberty Township

Mary Carducci, 47, of Preston Court. A township resident since1993, an attorney with Carducci & Associates, LLC contracting with Dana & Pariser Co., L.P.A., and a member of the Delaware County Republican Party Central Committee.

Don Grubbs, 47, of Delaney's Circle. A resident for 11 years, a partner with the law firm Buckley King LPA, and currently a member of Powell City Council, from which he would step down if elected.

Peggy Guzzo, 44, of Aberdeen Avenue. A native to Delaware County and township resident since 1996, a stay-at-home mother, community volunteer and law school student, and currently serving as township trustee.

Don Rankey Jr., 51, of Woodland Glen Drive. A township resident for two years and a resident of Delaware County since 1985; president of HomeLife Companies Inc.; and served on Delaware City Council from 1997-1999.

John Schuette, 73, of Seldom Seen Road. A lifelong township resident; retired and previously owned Schuette Construction Co.; previously served as township trustee, his last term ended in 1989.

Curt Sybert, 48, of Hunters Bend Road. A township resident since 1993; an attorney with Scherner & Sybert, LLC; and currently serving as township trustee.

Olentangy school board

Julie Feasel, 42, of Holderman Street, Lewis Center. A resident of the district since 1997. Vice president of communications for the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, currently serving as a BOE member.

Patrick Grubbe, 44, of Woodstone Drive. A resident of the district for nine years; president of AVSG, Inc., an audio/visual staging and production company; and member of the district's cost efficiency subcommittee.

Dave King, 62, of Lakeview Drive, Powell. A resident of the district since 1986; co-founder and partner of Horne & King Architects; and member of the district's development committee.

Mitch Kon, 51, of Cardinal Hill Lane, Powell. A resident of the district for 13 years and a retired marketing executive.

Lynne Schoenling, 47, of Ridgewood Avenue. A resident of the district since 1999 and an attorney in private practice.

Jay Siefring, 35, of Hunters Bend, Powell. A resident of the district since 2006 and an enterprise account manager with Cisco Systems member of the district's cost efficiency subcommittee.

Powell City Council

Ronald Beach, 69, of Paddock Circle East. A city resident since 1993 and a retired chief financial officer.

Sara Marie Brenner, 29, of Clearview Lake Court. A city resident since 2003 and Liberty Township resident since birth. President-CEO and part-owner of Prestige Music Studios Inc. and the Right Idea, LLC.

Thomas Counts, 48, of Beech Ridge Drive. A city resident for 14 years; a real estate counsel for State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio, and currently serving on the council.

Jim Hrivnak, 49, of Delaney's Circle. A city resident since 1999, a senior mechanical engineer with Veyance Technologies, and currently serving on the council by appointment.

Brian Lorenz, 36, of Hickory Rock Drive. A city resident since 2006, a planning consultant for W.D. Partners, and member of Powell's planning and zoning commission.

Orange Township

James Agan, 71, has lived in the township 18 years and served four years on the township board of zoning appeals. He is an incumbent.

John Cassady, 40, an eight-year township resident, is an attorney and has worked for the Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc. since 2000. He is an incumbent.

Robert Quigley, 36, is a seven-year township resident and has been a member of the Delaware County Central Committee for almost two years.

Val Scheibeck, 39, is a 10-year-township resident and a certified financial planner.