ThisWeekNEWS Election 2015

Complete coverage of issues and races on the May 5, 2015, ballot.

Five enter May mayoral race in Gahanna

Five candidates filed petitions with the Franklin County Board of Elections by the Feb. 4 deadline to run in the May primary for Gahanna mayor.

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Mayoral forum, debate slated April 19, 28

Gahanna residents will have two opportunities to hear from their five mayoral candidates in a community forum and debate before casting their votes in the May 5 primary.

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As 2010 school levy expires, Big Walnut back on ballot

The Big Walnut Local School District will ask voters to approve a five-year, 6.9-mill operating levy in May.

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Levy critical to keeping Big Walnut 'ship righted,' say leaders

The school-levy spinner has landed on Big Walnut this year.

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Fire-levy information will be distributed throughout community

New Albany and Plain Township residents can expect to hear much more in the next two weeks about Issue 4, the township's 2.9-mill replacement fire levy on the May 5 ballot.

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Boyd selected by GOP to run for mayor

The wait is over: Republicans have their candidate for mayor of the city of Columbus.

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Candidates line up for mayor, council, school board

Expectations of a lively election year in the city of Columbus were confirmed last week, when four people filed to run for mayor, 13 filed to seek a seat on city council and 10 filed to run for the school board.

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Mayoral candidates list credentials

Editor's note: Four people are vying for Columbus mayor in the May primary: City council President Andrew J. Ginther, Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott, Terry A. Boyd and James C. Ragland. Each was asked to submit background information to ThisWeek News and answer in 75 words or less what makes him qualified for the job.

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Repeal of JEDD retained on ballot

A split Delaware County Board of Elections on Monday, April 6, voted to keep a referendum on a new tax district in Berkshire Township on the May 5 ballot.

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Hood, Skinner seek Republican nod in May primary

Reynoldsburg Republicans will decide between city attorney candidates James E. “Jed” Hood and challenger Daniel J. Skinner in the May 5 primary election.

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Two newcomers on ballot for Ward 1 council seat

Two newcomers are seeking the Republican nomination May 5 to run for the Ward 1 seat on Reynoldsburg City Council this fall.

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