Election Day will be largely devoid of suspense in the Tri-Village area, with only one local race contested.
A few months ago, running for the Grandview Heights school board was the last thing John Leutz expected to be doing this fall.
One of the reasons Sandy Kipp decided to enter the Grandview Heights school board race as a write-in candidate is simply that she misses the daily connection to the district she had as the board's executive secretary.
Stephanie Evans never expected to be running for the Grandview school board.
Grandview Heights school board President Grant Douglass said the reason he is running for re-election is the same as when he ran four years ago.
Marble Cliff might be the smallest component of the Tri-Village area, but it'll have the area's hottest ballot come November.
The race for Marble Cliff Village Council may turn out not to be much of a contest after all.
Grandview Heights school member Katie Clifford will not be able to run as a write-in candidate after her name was removed from the ballot by the Franklin County Board of Elections.
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