Election 2015 | Gahanna

Five candidates in home stretch of race for three seats

Gahanna voters have five choices to fill three available at-large Gahanna City Council seats Nov. 3.

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Gergley, Kneeland make final pitch for city's top post

For the first time in 14 years -- and possibly the last time ever -- Gahanna voters will elect a new mayor Nov. 3.

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Four candidates make final pitch for two seats

Four candidates are vying for two available seats on the Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education.

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Jefferson returns with roads levy; Mifflin has trustee race

Jefferson Township voters will decide a tax issue involving roads Nov. 3.

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Gergley, Kneeland square off for mayoral post

Gahanna residents will elect a new mayor next month.

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Roads levy provides 'perpetual plan'

Jefferson Township leaders say residents have the option of approving a road levy now or paying more later.

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Four seek two seats on Gahanna-Jefferson school board

Gahanna-Jefferson Public School District residents have four choices to fill two school board seats when they go to the polls this fall.

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Griffin touts partnerships, 30 years of dedication

Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education incumbent Lew Griffin said residents should vote for him because he’s invested in the community, and he’s passionate about kids and education.

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Moehring: Management experience would be asset

Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education candidate Daphne Moehring said residents should support her as a candidate because she has the needed skill set in finance and management.

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Piccolantonio says she brings 'broad perspective'

School board candidate Beryl Piccolantonio said she offers residents the experience, skills and broad perspective that’s required for the board to operate professionally, transparently and efficiently.

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Sanford pledges to bring 'collaboration, respect'

Former Gahanna Lincoln High School athletics director Justin Sanford said he would bring collaboration, communication and respect to the board of education if he’s elected to one of two available seats.

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Metzbower says he offers 'new engergy and big ideas'

Gahanna City Council candidate Brian Metzbower said residents should vote for him because he has new energy and big ideas to help the city move forward.

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McGregor says city manager would move Gahanna forward

Gahanna City Council candidate Nancy McGregor said residents should support her because she has a thorough understanding of how government works.

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Kautz vows to promote vision of citizens, business leaders

Twenty-six-year-old Ray Kautz said he represents change in the race for Gahanna City Council, and a vote for him is a vote for the people.

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Glasgow emphasizes communication skills

Gahanna City Council candidate Malcolm Glasgow said he has the experience, leadership and communication skills that are necessary to serve the city's residents.

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Angelou touts experience, leadership, commitment

As a 44-year resident, Gahanna City Council incumbent Karen Angelou said she offers experience, effective leadership and commitment to excellence in her bid for re-election.

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Gahanna Progressives, chamber to host candidates forums

Gahanna residents will have several opportunities to meet their mayoral, council and school board candidates.

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Sillato's bid fails certification requirements

Gahanna resident Brad C. Sillato won't be a candidate for City Council in the Nov. 3 election because his petition lacked the required number of valid signatures.

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Four file for two board seats

Gahanna-Jefferson Public School District residents are expected to have four choices to fill two school board seats when they go to the polls this fall.

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Two file for one Mifflin Township trustee seat

Mifflin Township has one contested race, and Jefferson has none.

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Four file for two Gahanna-Jefferson school board seats

Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools residents should have many choices to fill two school board seats when they go to the polls this fall.

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Six file for three Gahanna council seats

Six candidates are expected to vie for three open seats on Gahanna City Council.

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