Columbus city and school district voters will be presented with a full slate of candidates and ballot issues in the general election Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Three incumbent Columbus City Schools Board of Education members will try to retain their seats in the midst of a data-scrubbing scandal and pursuit of a controversial tax levy that critics say is too expensive.
Veteran Columbus Auditor Hugh Dorrian will pit his nearly 48 years of public-finance experience against political newcomer Igor Ternovsky in the Nov. 5 general election.
Columbus City Schools officials will seek more money this fall while simultaneously pledging to cut district expenses.
Northland Community Council President Emmanuel V. Remy last week urged civic association and other representatives to vote in favor of a city bond package that will appear on the November ballot.
I once met the mayor of St. Louis in a bowling alley after graduating college and could not think of a thing to say to him. The next time I meet a mayor, I have hopes for a meeting that's more meaningful.
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