Gahanna residents have another opportunity to vote on a proposed income-tax issue that would change the tax rate from 1.5 to 2.5 percent.
Gahanna-Jefferson Public School District residents will elect a new board majority when they go to the polls Nov. 5.
Gahanna residents will elect at least one new council ward representative and as many as four new members total on Nov. 5.
Gahanna voters will see the same income-tax proposal on the Nov. 5 ballot that was defeated narrowly in May.
Gahanna faces organized opposition to the Nov. 5 proposed income-tax issue by residents known as Restore Gahanna.
A group called Citizens for a Strong Gahanna is supporting the city's proposed income-tax measure for what they define as a tax reform for sustainability.
Ryan Patrick Demro, a former Lakewood City Council member, is challenging incumbent Brian Larick in the race for Ward 3.
Incumbent Brian Larick is being challenged by Ryan Patrick Demro in the race for Ward 3 on Gahanna City Council.
Joseph Gergley is seeking the Ward 4 Gahanna City Council seat, facing challenger Jamie Leeseberg.
Jamie Leeseberg faces Joseph Gergley in the race for the Ward 4 Gahanna City Council seat.
Incumbent Brandon Wright is seeking to return to the Ward 2 City Council seat.
Michael Schnetzer is challenging incumbent Brandon Wright in a rematch for the Ward 2 council seat.
Gahanna City Council President Stephen Renner is seeking re-election to the Ward 1 council seat, facing challenger Ray Kautz.
Candidate Ray Kautz is challenging incumbent Stephen Renner in a race for the Ward 1 Gahanna City Council seat.
Gahanna-Jefferson School Board Vice President Jill Schuler is the only incumbent seeking re-election Nov. 5.
Beryl Piccolantonio, a hearing officer for the Ohio Industrial Commission, is seeking one of three four-year terms on the Gahanna-Jefferson school board up for election Nov. 5.
Educator Jason Phillips is one of four candidates vying for three seats on the Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education in the November general election.
Matthew Campbell, 38, is one of four candidates seeking one of three open seats on the Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education on Nov. 5.
Educator Charles Steele is seeking to fill the unexpired term of Heather Bishoff on the Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education.
Thirteen candidates, including two former longtime City Council members, are seeking an appointment to Gahanna City Council to fill the unexpired term of David Samuel, who resigned last month.
The Franklin County Board of Elections announced Sept. 3 it has accepted the withdrawal of Gahanna City Council member Beryl Anderson from the Nov. 5 election.
One of the questions I get asked most often about the tax reform issue back on the November ballot is a version of this: If the city is going to increase the income-tax credit given to those who work outside the city to 100 percent (from 83.3 percent), how can the city increase its revenue by the needed $8 million a year?
While such organizations as the Ohio School Boards Association and the Ohio Municipal League offer training for newly elected council and school board members, veteran elected officials say nothing really prepares a candidate for public office.
Gahanna City Council voted 5-1 to approve a resolution July 15 to go back on the ballot in November in an effort to get more residents to decide on an income-tax proposal that would increase the tax rate from 1.5 to 2.5 percent.
Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools residents will have plenty of choices when they go to the ballot in November.
Gahanna residents will have a choice of candidates for each of the city's four council ward seats, with three options for Ward 4.
David Samuel, Gahanna at-large City Council member, has resigned effective immediately.
Jefferson Township voters will have a choice in electing township trustees in November, but Mifflin Township has no candidates to challenge two incumbents.
Gahanna's parks and recreation programs and personnel are poised to take a big hit if additional revenues aren't generated in the city.
Several local residents urged Gahanna City Council to place an income-tax levy back on the ballot in November to allow more voters to decide.
Gahanna City Council is proceeding with legislation to go back to the voters in November with the same income-tax proposal that was defeated narrowly in May.
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