Complete coverage of issues and races on the Nov. 4, 2014, ballot.
In what charter amendment proponents called a vote of confidence in the leadership of city government, Columbus residents resoundingly approved 19 changes, bundled into three separate issues, to the City Charter.Continue Reading
Voters in New Albany and Plain Township rejected Issue 41, a 2-mill continuous levy that would have generated an estimated $1.2 million annually for the Plain Township Fire Department.Continue Reading
Western Licking County voters on Nov. 4 approved the West Licking Joint Fire District’s request for a five-year, 1-mill renewal levy and a five-year, 2-mill renewal levy.Continue Reading
Voters in Johnstown on Nov. 4 decisively voted down a proposed charter amendment that would have mandated that village employees be allowed to collectively bargain.Continue Reading
The Southwest Licking school district’s five-year, 7.9-mill substitute emergency-operating levy request was rejected by voters Nov. 4.Continue Reading
Voters emphatically decided to keep the village of Hartford intact Tuesday, Nov. 4.Continue Reading