Election 2015 | Canal Winchester

Ballot will be full in Groveport, Canal Winchester

Residents in Canal Winchester, Groveport and Madison Township will see a full slate of candidates for local races Tuesday, Nov. 3.

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Five-way race for trustee seat includes one incumbent

This year's highly contested Madison Township trustee election is for a seat currently held by incumbent Gary McDonald, who is hoping to fend off challenges from Kimberly J. Jordan, John Kershner, Kathleen Walsh and Sharon Whitten in the Nov. 3 election.

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One incumbent, two challengers vying for 2 board seats

Residents in the Groveport Madison Local School District will have the chance to elect at least one new member to the school board Nov. 3 with current board President Nathan Slonaker declining to run again.

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Mayor's race uncontested after Paini withdraws

Canal Winchester Mayor Michael Ebert will run uncontested on the Nov. 3 ballot after challenger Victor Paini unexpectedly withdrew from the race.

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Quality of life, future growth top candidates' concerns

With three seats up for election and only one incumbent running again, Canal Winchester voters will see at least two new faces on city council after the Nov. 3 election.

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Three incumbents, one challenger vying for two seats

Three candidates are competing for two seats on the Canal Winchester Board of Education Nov. 3: incumbents Matt Krueger and Bob Toledo and newcomer Kevin Butler.

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Candidates ID growth as top issue in Groveport

The nonpartisan mayor's race in Groveport on Nov. 3 will give voters a choice between longtime incumbent Lance Westcamp and challenger Dave Gale.

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Five seeking three Canal Winchester council seats

Five people – but only one incumbent – filed petitions by the Aug. 5 deadline seeking to run for three seats on Canal Winchester City Council in November.

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