Bexley city auditor candidate Bill Harvey, who has served as the city's service director since 2008, said his experience in public and private-sector financial services would benefit the position.
If re-elected to a third term as Bexley's city auditor, Gary Qualmann said he will continue to ensure the city is making wise use of taxpayer dollars.
With Nov. 5 right around the corner, campaign signs have been popping up all around Bexley, in yards and on street corners.
If elected to Bexley City Council, candidate Lori Ann Feibel said she will work with fellow council members and city administration to bolster the East Main Street commercial corridor, revitalize East Livingston Avenue and diversify the city’s revenue base.
If elected to Bexley City Council this November, candidate Robert "Bob" Kaynes Jr. said he will focus on ensuring the city spends taxpayer dollars wisely, refining the city's strategic plan and maintaining the quality of services.
Bexley City Council candidate Deneese Owen said if she's successful at the polls Nov. 5, she plans to focus on fiscal responsibility and helping the city to increase transparency so that residents have more clarity about developments that affect them.
Richard Sharp is seeking re-election to Bexley City Council this November with three goals in mind.
The Bexley Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a Candidates Night at 7 p.m. Oct. 24, at the Bexley Public Library, 2411 E. Main St.
The Franklin County Consortium for Good Government is sponsoring a Meet the Candidates event at 7 p.m. Oct. 10 at Agudas Achim Synagogue, 2767 E. Broad St., Bexley.
Bexley's school board race just got a little smaller.
Now that the Aug. 7 filing deadline with the Franklin County Board of Elections has passed, voters know the names of candidates who will appear on the Nov. 5 ballot.
Four candidates have thrown their hats into the ring for three seats on the Bexley Board of Education up for election in November.
Last month's passage of the state's biennial budget resulted in some minor adjustments for the Bexley Public Library.
As the Aug. 7 filing deadline approaches, two city of Bexley elected officials -- Auditor Gary Qualmann and Bexley City Council member Anne Lewis -- have announced intentions to place their names on the Nov. 5 ballot.
Bexley Mayor Ben Kessler would like to keep his post, announcing he intends to meet the deadline for filing petitions for the fall election.
Bexley City Council member Richard Sharp has announced his intention to run for re-election.
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