School board race provides only Election Day drama

Election Day will be largely devoid of suspense in the Tri-Village area, with only one local race contested.

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Leutz: Municipal experience will transfer well to position

A few months ago, running for the Grandview Heights school board was the last thing John Leutz expected to be doing this fall.

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Kipp ready for office after years as secretary

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.

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Evans touts her business acumen, passion for the arts

Stephanie Evans never expected to be running for the Grandview school board.

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Douglass' belief in education behind re-election bid

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.

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Two of three local races uncontested in fall

Marble Cliff might be the smallest component of the Tri-Village area, but it'll have the area's hottest ballot come November.

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Two local council, board hopefuls ruled off Nov. 5 ballot

The race for Marble Cliff Village Council may turn out not to be much of a contest after all.

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Write-ins make school board race interesting

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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