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

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Stinziano tops crowded field in primary votes

State Rep. Michael Stinziano finished as the top vote-getter in the Columbus City Council primary Tuesday, May 5.

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Gergley, Kneeland continue in mayoral race

Gahanna mayoral candidates Joseph Gergley and Tom Kneeland will proceed to the Nov. 3 general election, after finishing first and second in the five-candidate primary election Tuesday, May 5.

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Genoa voters pass fire, police levies

Genoa Township voters approved a pair of five-year levies in the primary election Tuesday, May 5 that will boost funding for the township’s police and fire departments.

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Board president Baker, seven others advance to fall election

Columbus school board president Gary Baker II finished sixth in a field of 10 candidates running in the primary election Tuesday, May 5.

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It’s Ginther vs. Scott – or maybe Boyd – in the fall

Columbus City Council President Andrew Ginther will definitely see his name on the fall election ballot in the race for mayor of Columbus, but who his challenger might be could change in the next few days.

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Outlet mall tax-sharing deal survives referendum

The residents of Berkshire Township voted Tuesday, May 5, to keep in place a special tax district centered on a proposed outlet mall.

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Big Walnut levy cruises to victory

Big Walnut voters showed their support of the school district Tuesday, May 5, pushing its levy to a huge win at the polls.

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75 percent of voters back Southwest Licking renewal levy

Southwest Licking voters overwhelmingly approved the school district’s 7.8-mill renewal levy, according to unofficial results from the Licking County Board of Elections on Tuesday, May 5.

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Fourth time a charm for Etna Township road levy

For the fourth time since 2012, Etna Township voters were asked to support a levy for road repairs.

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Police levy wins voters' approval

Voters in Perry Township approved a 3.5-mill police levy in the May 5 election.

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Fire levy gets voters’ OK in Madison Township

Madison Township voters gave a thumbs-up to a 5.25-mill fire levy in the May 5 primary.

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Voters approve township fire levy

Plain Township trustee Dave Olmstead’s resounding “Yes!” illustrated the celebratory mood in the fire department’s vehicle bay Tuesday evening after he learned voters had approved Issue 4.

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Voters largely stay with incumbents in city races

Reynoldsburg voters largely opted to stick with the incumbents in Tuesday’s Republican primary election – except in Ward 2.

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