Election 2015 | Pickerington

Four candidates seeking three seats Nov. 3

Four candidates are running for three seats on Pickerington City Council in the general election Tuesday, Nov. 3.

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Agency seeks 10-year 1.85-mill levy

The Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities is asking voters Tuesday, Nov. 3, for approval of a measure that would allow for additional funding to cover an increase in services.

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Incumbent Gray challenged by Schweitzer

Incumbent Pickerington Mayor Lee Gray and Pickerington City Councilman Chris Schweitzer are vying to lead the city of Pickerington for the next four years starting Jan. 1, 2016.

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Longtime incumbent Weltlich challenged by Monhollen

Incumbent Violet Township Trustee Gary Weltlich is being challenged Darrin Monhollen for a seat on the three-person Violet Township Board of Trustees in the Nov. 3 election.

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Two board seats to be determined Nov. 3

Local voters will select two Pickerington School Board members when they go to the polls next Tuesday.

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Desire to serve their community common theme among candidates

Four candidates are running for three seats on Pickerington City Council for the November 3 election.

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Waterhouse cites her volunteerism, finance background

Pickerington Local School District Board of Education candidate Michelle Waterhouse says her experiences in the district as a parent volunteer, as well as her background in managing money and employee issues are among her qualifications for being elected.

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Kristoff campaign touts his financial know-how

Keith Kristoff, a candidate for a seat on the Pickerington Local School District Board of Education, says he'll bring a wealth of financial management background to help steer the district into the future if elected.

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Brink backs elementary specials, more authority for teachers

In seeking his third term on the Pickerington Local School District Board of Education, James R. Brink said he supports restoring elementary-level "specials," as well giving teachers more instruction freedom.

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Kenney wants K-6 specials, 'humble transparency' on board

In running for a seat on the Pickerington Local School District Board of Education this fall, Mark Kenney said he'll call for the restoration of elementary art, music and physical education and bring better representation to parents and other community members.

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Board candidates certified

The Fairfield County Board of Elections this week finalized its list of candidates who will appear on the Nov. 3 ballot in the election to seats on the Pickerington Local School District Board or Education.

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