Races for Upper Arlington City Council and Upper Arlington school board will be determined by the Tuesday, Nov. 5, general election.
After early and absentee voting began Oct. 8, the final votes in this year's general election will be cast Nov. 5. Polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Upper Arlington voters will select three council members from a field of five: Michaela Burriss, Carolyn Casper, Brendan King, John Kulewicz and Angela Lanctot.
For school board, voters will elect three members in a race among Nancy Drees, Nicolas Fortkamp, Jenna McKenna and Lori Trent.
Voters also will consider a countywide levy: a 3.1-mill, 10-year renewal levy for Franklin County Children Services that has been designated as Issue 10 by the Franklin County Board of Elections.
The 3.1-mill renewal levy is expected to generate more than $85.6 million annually, according to The Columbus Dispatch.
The levy will cost property owners about $84.50 per $100,000 in valuation, and it is collecting at an effective rate of 2.76 mills, according to the Franklin County Auditor's Office.
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