Residents of Canal Winchester, Groveport and Madison Township will vote on a slate of local races on the Nov. 5 ballot.
With longtime board member Charlotte Barker choosing not to run this year, at least one new member will be elected to the Groveport Madison Board of Education Nov. 5.
Fairfield County Engineer Jeremiah Upp appeared before the Violet Township Board of Trustees Sept. 18 to make a pitch for support of a permanent, 0.5-mill bridge, culvert and road renewal levy on the Nov. 5 general election ballot.
As Canal Winchester City Council members mourn the loss of colleague John Bender, who died Sept. 14, they also must decide wheth-er to fill the vacant seat on a temporary basis or leave it to be filled in the Nov. 5 election.
Incumbent Madison Township trustees Victor Paini and Edward Dildine are being challenged in the Nov. 5 election by newcomer Maria Stewart for two seats on the three-member board.
Five candidates are competing for four open seats on Canal Winchester City Council on the Nov. 5 ballot.
Four Canal Winchester and six Groveport school board candidates met the Aug. 7 deadline for filing petitions to be on the November ballot.
Five people filed candidate petitions by the Aug. 7 deadline seeking to have their names on the Nov. 5 ballot to fill seats on Canal Winchester City Council and three filed petitions seeking election as Madison Township trustees.
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