Election 2015 | Worthington

Incumbents seek to use their experience in moving forward

The divide between November's newcomer candidates created by Issue 38, aimed at giving Worthington residents 60 days to petition for a referendum on zoning issues, exists between Worthington City Council's two incumbent candidates as well.

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Voters have final say on council, Issue 38

Worthington voters will see several local issues as well as state and county issues on their ballot Tuesday, Nov. 3.

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Council officially opposing amendment

Nearly two months after officially making the ballot for the Nov. 3 election, the proposed charter amendment known as Issue 38 is still dividing Worthington.

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Council field has 3 seats, 5 candidates

Two incumbents and three challengers are seeking three expiring seats on Worthington City Council in the fall election.

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One Duffey on ballot, three run as write-ins

When Sharon Township voters see the name Duffey on the Nov. 3 ballot, they won't be voting for state Rep. Mike Duffey (R-Worthington).

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Local voters will pick township, village officials

Worthington isn't the only area municipality where election season is approaching.

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School board incumbents' seats are uncontested

Two Worthington Board of Education members will run unopposed if the Franklin County Board of Elections certifies their nominating petitions.

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Write-in candidates to challenge Duffey in trustee race

While it first appeared Sharon Township voters would have only one option for township trustee in this November's election, a group of write-in candidates has emerged.

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Trivium head: Passage could crimp development

After promising to invest more than $6 million in Worthington, Trivium Development LLC President Tim Spencer said he believes a potential charter amendment on the Nov. 3 ballot could hinder similar investments in the future.

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Challengers stepping forward for council seats

At least two Worthington residents will challenge for the seats of two incumbents and outgoing councilman Bob Chosy in this fall's Worthington City Council race.

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