Westerville voters have a long list of school board candidates to choose from Tuesday, Nov. 5, as eight candidates threw their hats in the ring for three seats after incumbents Denise Pope and Kristi Robbins announced they would not run for re-election.
Seen by township leaders as the next step in assuming local control, Blendon Township have asked voters to approve local zoning code in the Nov. 5 election.
When Kathy Cocuzzi was elected to Westerville City Council eight years ago, she said it was a continuation of her service to the community.
Westerville City Councilman Larry Jenkins has served his community in a variety of ways since moving to Westerville in 1997.
The eight candidates for the Westerville Board of Education squared off in a candidates forum last week, revealing more of their personalities than their positions.
Westerville City Council Chairman Mike Heyeck has held his seat for 20 years.
The four Westerville City Council incumbents cited the city's accomplishments as evidence they should be re-elected during a candidates' forum hosted by the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce Monday, Sept. 30.
Citing concerns over state and federal intervention into local issues, Doug Rankin has decided to run for Westerville City Council.
Three of the eight candidates for the Westerville Board of Education will not participate in the endorsement process for the Westerville Education Association, the union that represents the district's nearly 1,000 teachers.
Nancy Nestor-Baker served more than 14 years on the Westerville City Board of Education before calling it quits in 2005.
A former longtime Westerville school board member was a late addition last week to the field race for three seats on the board up for grabs Nov. 5, creating an eight-candidate lineup for fall voters in the Westerville City School District.
Westerville residents will see a contested City Council race this November, as resident Doug Rankin will challenge four incumbents looking to retain their seats.
Three Westerville men have announced that they will run for the Westerville Board of Education as a team, saying electing them jointly is the best way to effect change in the district.
I was sorry to see in the paper that three candidates had decided on a "joint run for school board" in Westerville.
Blendon Township voters once again will decide on an issue this November aimed at giving the township more autonomy.
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