Election 2013 | Whitehall

Yes on Issue 31 means term limits abolished

Whitehall residents will have several significant choices on the Nov. 5 ballot, including deciding whether term limits should remain in effect for municipal officeholders.

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Voters to pick councilman, three school board members

Whitehall voters will choose three members for the Whitehall Board of Education and one City Council member on the Nov. 5 ballot.

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Bivens, Hammock: Success achieved when parents, teachers work together

In addition to four other candidates running for seats on the Whitehall Board of Education, two other candidates are seeking election.

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Five seek three open seats; Bivens unopposed

With the Nov. 5 Election Day fast approaching -- early and absentee voting already has begun -- campaign signs for school board candidates are visible around the city.

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Council's Ward 3 is only city race with challengers

Whitehall voters will choose Board of Education members and a Ward 3 representative to City Council.

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Six vying for three open seats; Bivens running unopposed

Seven candidates are running for four open seats on the Whitehall Board of Education.

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Question of term limits will appear on ballot, after all

Now two charter questions will go before Whitehall voters in November: those concerning term limits and staggering the city auditor's term.

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Whitehall council pivots: Term-limits question to appear on fall ballot

Now two charter questions will go before Whitehall voters in November: those concerning term limits and staggering the city auditor’s term.

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Staggered election cycle is only ballot issue -- thus far

Even though the Whitehall Charter Review Commission recommended that five issues be put before voters on the November ballot, only one received City Council's approval last week.

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Voters for third time may see question about term limits

It appears that Whitehall residents, for a third time, will be asked to repeal term limits when they go to the polls Nov. 5.

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No term-limits issue slated for November ballot — yet

Although the Whitehall Charter Review Commission had recommended five issues to be put before the voters on the November ballot, only one received City Council’s approval — and it wasn’t the term-limits elimination.

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