Delaware County voters have plenty of candidates and issues to study up on ahead of the Nov. 7 general election.

The filing deadline with the Delaware County Board of Elections was 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9. The board will meet to certify filings at 9 a.m. Aug. 15.

According to unofficial filings from the board of elections, the lists are as follows:

Delaware City Council at-large
(four candidates, three open seats)

• George Hellinger, 58, 817 Executive Blvd., Delaware (incumbent)

• Dustin Nanna, 22, 206 Silver Maple Drive, Delaware

• Carolyn Kay Riggle, 60, 226 W. Heffner St., Delaware (incumbent)

• Kent H. Shafer, 62, 119 Springer Woods Blvd., Delaware (incumbent)

Delaware City Council Ward 3
(four candidates, one open seat)

• Jim Browning, 49, 189 Hawthorn Blvd., Delaware

• Ben Kelly, 34, 916 Ballater Drive, Delaware

• George Mantzoros, 54, 32 Lakes at Cheshire Drive, Delaware

• George McNab, 33, 1058 Treeline Way, Delaware

Powell City Council
(eight candidates, four open seats)

• Frank Bertone, 47, 492 Bantry St., Powell (incumbent)

• Thomas Counts, 56, 203 Beech Ridge Drive, Powell (incumbent)

• Christina Drummond, 39, 281 Whitaker Ave., Powell

• David Ebersole, 32, 287 Penny Lane, Powell

• Jeffrey Gardiner, 34, 3817 Laurel Valley Drive, Powell

• Brian Lorenz, 44, 4111 Village Club Drive, Powell (incumbent)

• Melissa Riggins, 53, 406 Shale Ridge Court, Powell

• Sharon Valvona, 67, 225 Squires Court, Powell

Galena Village Council
(four candidates, four open seats)

• Kathy Krupa, 59, 550 Melimare Drive, Galena

• Bob Molter, 67, 245 Heathermere Loop, Galena

• David Simmons, 66, 127 N. Walnut St., Galena (incumbent)

• David Walker, 67, 324 Caleb’s Court, Galena (incumbent)

Sunbury Village Council
(four candidates, four open seats)

• Martin Fisher, 35, 871 Mill Stream St., Sunbury

• Dave Martin, 67, 33.5 W. Cherry St., Sunbury

• Joe St. John, 35, 832 Mill Run Drive, Sunbury

• Scott Weatherby, 40, 773 Heartland Meadows Drive, Sunbury (incumbent) 

Berlin Township trustees
(three candidates, two open seats)

• Tom D’Amico, 56, 971 Dunham Road, Delaware

• Steve Flaherty, 33, 3130 Devonshire Drive, Delaware (incumbent)

• Ken O’Brien, 57, 2831 Curve Road, Delaware

Liberty Township trustees
(six candidates, two open seats)

• Holly Adams, 44, 4039 Havenrock Lane, Powell

• Shyra Eichhorn, 44, 161 Tiller Drive, Powell (incumbent)

• Mike Gemperline, 62, 4560 Millwater Drive, Powell

• Scott Lynch, 45, 3201 Rossmore Circle, Powell

• Bryan Newell, 41, 9486 Pine Creek Drive, Powell

• Christopher Shear, 48, 8262 Wildflower Drive, Powell

Orange Township trustees
(three candidates, two open seats)

• Robert Quigley, 44, 2804 Pleasant Colony Drive, Lewis Center (incumbent)

• Ryan Rivers, 40, 2564 Bold Venture Drive, Lewis Center

• Debbie Taranto, 50, 188 Stonebend Drive, Powell (incumbent)

Big Walnut school board
(four candidates, three open seats)

• Douglas Crowl, 61, 6202 state Route 61 North, Sunbury

• Allison Fagan, 56, 6575 Lake of the Woods Point, Galena (incumbent)

• Nicole Hess, 50, 7277 Marrisey Loop, Galena (incumbent)

• Brad Schneider, 43, 60 Barleycorn Drive, Sunbury (incumbent)

Delaware school board
(six candidates, three open seats)

• Mark Butler, 58, 407 Western Dreamer Drive, Delaware

• Deborah Kruse Guebert, 62, 265 W. Fountain Ave., Delaware

• Jayna McDaniel-Browning, 48, 189 Hawthorn Blvd., Delaware (incumbent)

• Frances O’Flaherty, 55, 22 North St., Delaware (incumbent)

• Corie Dunfee Thompson, 37, 25 Mason Ave., Delaware

• Michael Wiener, 41, 124 Bingham Circle, Delaware

Olentangy school board
(three candidates, two open seats)

• Julie Wagner Feasel, 50, 7636 Holderman St., Lewis Center (incumbent)

• Andrew Forgrave, 43, 1578 Geranium Drive, Lewis Center

• Dave King, 70, 5027 Lakeview Drive, Powell

Ballot issues

• Berlin Township will ask for an additional five-year, 2.95-mill levy for the township’s fire department.

• The Big Walnut Local School District will ask voters to approve a combined 6.6-mill bond issue and a 1.25-mill permanent-improvement levy.

• The Delaware Area Career Center is seeking approval for a new 10-year, 0.8-mill levy. Center officials plan to pull the issue from Delaware County ballots if a renewal-levy request left off Franklin, Marion, Morrow and Union counties in 2015 is allowed to go forward in those areas.

• The Delaware City School District will seek approval of a five-year, 8.35-mill emergency levy.

• The village of Galena will ask its residents to a 4-year, 2-mill replacement levy for operating expenses.

• Liberty Township will seek a 5-year, 5.6-mill renewal levy for its fire department.

• In a measure that affects the entire county, Preservation Parks of Delaware County will ask for approval of a 10-year, 0.6-mill renewal levy plus a 0.3-mill increase for operating expenses and planned improvements.