Election 2015 | New Albany

Local races abound on Nov. 3 ballot

New Albany voters have several decisions to make on the Nov. 3 ballot, including which three of the nine people running for New Albany-Plain Local school board will represent them over the next few years.

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Trustee, fiscal-officer incumbents each have one challenger

Both Plain Township office-holders up for election will face opposition on the Nov. 3 ballot.

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Spalding unopposed for mayor; three running for council

New Albany City Councilman Sloan Spalding is running unopposed for mayor and three candidates are vying for two City Council seats on Nov. 3.

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School board candidates invited to Oct. 27 public forum

Local parents have organized a candidates forum for the nine people running for New Albany-Plain Local school board.

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Two write-ins join school board race

Two write-ins have joined seven other candidates in the race for three seats on the New Albany-Plain Local school board.

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Seven certified for school board race

Seven candidates have been certified to run this fall for three seats on the New Albany-Plain Local school board.

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