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GENERAL ELECTION – November 6, 2018

CANDIDATES: NAME (Party), ADDRESS

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/01/19

CRAIG BALDWIN, NEWARK

MICHAEL P. DONNELLY, CLEVELAND HEIGHTS

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/02/19

MARY DEGENARO, POLAND

MELODY J. STEWART, CLEVELAND

GOVERNOR VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 –Term Commences 01/14/19

RICHARD CORDRAY (D), GROVE CITY

MIKE DEWINE (R), CEDARVILLE

CONSTANCE GADELL-NEWTON (G), COLUMBUS

TRAVIS M. IRVINE (L), BEXLEY

WRITE-IN REBECCA AYRES, MIAMISBURG

WRITE-IN RICHARD DUNCAN, AURORA

WRITE-IN RENEA TURNER, SPRINGFIELD

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/14/19

J. TODD GRAYSON (L), PERRYSBURG

JON HUSTED (R), COLUMBUS

BRETT R. JOSEPH (G), CONCORD

BETTY SUTTON (D), COPLEY

WRITE-IN DENNIS A. ARTINO, CHAGRIN FALLS

WRITE-IN KEITH COLTON, SHEFFIELD LAKE

WRITE-IN ANTHONY DURGANS, MIAMISBURG

ATTORNEY GENERAL VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/14/19

STEVE DETTELBACH (D), SOLON

DAVE YOST (R), COLUMBUS

AUDITOR OF STATE VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/14/19

ROBERT C. COOGAN (L), HAMILTON

KEITH FABER (R), CELINA

ZACK SPACE (D), DOVER

SECRETARY OF STATE VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/14/19

KATHLEEN CLYDE (D), KENT

FRANK LAROSE (R), HUDSON

DUSTIN R. NANNA (L), DELAWARE

WRITE-IN MICHAEL W. BRADLEY, AKRON

TREASURER OF STATE VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/14/19

ROB RICHARDSON (D), CINCINNATI

ROBERT SPRAGUE (R), FINDLAY

U.S. SENATOR VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/03/19

SHERROD BROWN (D), CLEVELAND

JIM RENACCI (R), WADSWORTH

WRITE-IN STEPHEN FARIS, FAIRBORN

REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS 12 DISTRICT VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/03/19

TROY BALDERSON (R), ZANESVILLE

JOE MANCHIK (G), REYNOLDSBURG

DANNY O’CONNOR (D), COLUMBUS

WRITE-IN MARC FAGIN, COLUMBUS

STATE SENATOR 19 DISTRICT VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/01/19

ANDREW O. BRENNER (R), POWELL

GARY COX (G), COLUMBUS

LOUISE VALENTINE (D), WESTERVILLE

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 67 DISTRICT VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/01/19

CORY D. HOFFMAN (D), DELAWARE

KRIS JORDAN (R), OSTRANDER

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 68 DISTRICT VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/01/19

RICK CARFAGNA (R), WESTERVILLE

PATRICK GLASGOW (L), DANVILLE

KATHLEEN A. TATE (D), HOWARD

COUNTY COMMISSIONER VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/01/19

BARB LEWIS (R), WESTERVILLE

AILEEN WAGNER (D), WESTERVILLE

AUDITOR VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 –Term Commences 03/11/19

GEORGE KAITSA (R), POWELL

INDU RAJAN (D), DUBLIN

JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS / GENERAL DIVISION VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 01/01/19

JIM SCHUCK, WESTERVILLE

JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS (5TH DISTRICT) VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 02/09/19

JOHN W. WISE, CANTON

JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS (5TH DISTRICT) VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 02/10/19

SCOTT GWIN, CANTON

JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS (5TH DISTRICT) VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 1 – Term Commences 02/11/19

PATRICIA A. DELANEY, DELAWARE

ANDREW KING, GRANVILLE

MEMBER OF CHARTER COMMISSION VILLAGE OF SUNBURY VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 15 – Term Commences 11/27/18 (all are from Sunbury): Patti Cavinee; Cindi Cooper, John Dankovich, J. David Diehl, Jr.; Anne Frost; Eugene Frost; Michael League; John Maar; Steven Mazzi; Murray Neff; Jodi Norton; Randall J. Rentz; Richard A. Ryba; Daniel Sexton, Jr.; Thomas H. Zalewski, Sr.

ISSUES

Fire department or firefighting company Orange Township

PROPERTY TAX (RENEWAL-7.0 mills, 3 YEARS, COMMENCING 2019, FIRST DUE 2020) providing and maintaining fire apparatus, appliances, buildings or sites therefor, or sources of water supply and materials therefor, or the establishment and maintenance of lines of fire alarm telegraph, or the payment of firefighting companies or permanent, part-time, or volunteer firefighting, emergency medical service, administrative, or communications personnel to operate the same, including the payment of any employer contributions required for such personnel under section 145.48 or 742.34 of the Ohio Revised Code, or the purchase of ambulance equipment, or the provision of ambulance, paramedic, or other emergency medical services operated by a fire department or firefighting company

DUBLIN CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Overlaps: FRANKLIN MOST POPULOUS

BOND ISSUE (PRINCIPAL $195,000,000.00, RATE 3.41 mills, a continuing period of time, COMMENCING 2019) expanding, renovating, and improving Coffman High School, Jerome High School and Scioto High School; acquiring, renovating, furnishing and equipping existing facilities for school district purposes, with related site improvements and appurtenances thereto, and retiring existing indebtedness issued in connection therewith; constructing, furnishing, and equipping two new elementary schools and one middle school, with related site improvements and appurtenances thereto; repairing, improving, and maintaining existing school buildings and facilities; and acquiring land, and interests in land relating thereto PROPERTY TAX (RATE 2 mills, a continuing period of time) provide funds for the acquisition, construction, enlargement, renovation, and financing of permanent improvements PROPERTY TAX (RATE 5.9 mills, a continuing period of time) to pay current operating expenses

JOHNSTOWN-MONROE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Overlaps: LICKING MOST POPULOUS

EMERGENCY PROPERTY TAX (RENEWAL – ANNUAL SUM $2,200,000, 6.9 mills, 5 YEARS, COMMENCING 2019, FIRST DUE 2020) providing for the emergency requirements of the school district

NORTHRIDGE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Overlaps: LICKING MOST POPULOUS

EMERGENCY PROPERTY TAX (RENEWAL – ANNUAL SUM $2,100,000.00, 7 mills, 5 YEARS, COMMENCING 2019, FIRST DUE 2020) providing for the emergency requirements of the school district

NORTHRIDGE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Overlaps: LICKING MOST POPULOUS

INCOME TAX & BOND ISSUE (INCOME TAX: ADDITIONAL – 0.5%, 30 YEARS, COMMENCING 1/1/2019) permanent improvements (BOND ISSUE: PRINCIPAL $19,000,000.00, RATE 3.4 mills, 30 YEARS) constructing and renovating school facilities, together with equipment, furnishings, technology, site improvements and all necessary appurtenances thereto

DELAWARE COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT Overlaps: DELAWARE, FRANKLIN, MARION, MORROW, UNION

PROPERTY TAX (RENEWAL – 1 mill, 15 YEARS, COMMENCING 2019, FIRST DUE 2020) current expenses

Liberty Township (Unincorporated)

GAS AGGREGATION

Liberty Township (Unincorporated)

ELECTRIC AGGREGATION

DELAWARE CITY 3-E

LOCAL OPTION (sale of spirituous liquor) Tuan Nguyen, L.L.C., dba Jenni’s Nail Spa & Bar 1824-1828 Columbus Pike Delaware, OH 43015

LOCAL OPTION (Sunday Sale of wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor between eleven a.m. and midnight) Tuan Nguyen, L.L.C., dba Jenni’s Nail Spa & Bar 1824-1828 Columbus Pike Delaware, OH 43015

DELAWARE CITY 4-B

LOCAL OPTION (Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages between ten a.m. and midnight) Greater Gouda, L.L.C., dba Greater Gouda 12 N Sandusky St., 1st Floor only Delaware, OH 43015

LOCAL OPTION

(Sunday sales of wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor between ten a.m. and midnight) Cerrito Potrillos, L.L.C., dba Mi Cerrito 19 E Winter St., 1st Floor only Delaware, OH 43015

ORANGE G

LOCAL OPTION (SALE OF WINE AND MIXED BEVERAGES) RTJ RESTAURANTS LLC DOING BUSINESS AS DONATOS PIZZA 1263 CAMERON AVENUE LEWIS CENTER, OH 43035

LOCAL OPTION (SUNDAY SALE OF WINE AND MIXED BEVERAGES BETWEEN ELEVEN A.M. AND MIDNIGHT) RTJ RESTAURANTS LLC doing business as DONATOS PIZZA 1263 CAMERON AVENUE LEWIS CENTER, OH 43035

ORANGE S

LOCAL LIQUOR OPTION (Sunday Sale of Intoxicating Liquor between eleven a.m. and midnight)

OSTRANDER

LOCAL OPTION (SALE OF BEER, WINE AND MIXED BEVERAGES, SPIRITUOUS LIQUOR) MIDWAY MARKETS, INC. DBA MIDWAY MARKET 8208 MARYSVILLE RD OSTRANDER, OH 43061

LOCAL OPTION (SUNDAY SALE OF BEER, WINE AND MIXED BEVERAGES, SPIRITUOUS LIQUOR BETWEEN TEN A.M. AND MIDNIGHT) MIDWAY MARKETS, INC.,DBA MIDWAY MARKET 8208 MARYSVILLE RD OSTRANDER, OH 43061

Village of Sunbury

Local Liquor Option

NorthGate Centre Community Entertainment District (sale of beer and intoxicating liquor)

SUNBURY B

LOCAL OPTION (SALE OF BEER, WINE AND MIXED BEVERAGES AND SPIRITUOUS LIQUOR) VAULTED LLC DOING BUSINESS AS DISTRICT 13 45 E GRANVILLE STREET SUNBURY, OH 43074

LOCAL OPTION (SUNDAY SALE OF BEER, WINE AND MIXED BEVERAGES AND SPIRITUOUS LIQUOR BETWEEN TEN A.M. AND MIDNIGHT) VAULTED LLC DOING BUSINESS AS DISTRICT 13 45 E GRANVILLE STREET SUNBURY, OH 43074

SUNBURY C

LOCAL OPTION (SALE OF BEER, WINE AND MIXED BEVERAGES AND SPIRITUOUS LIQUOR) Gottesgnade LLC doing business as Surve 6 E Cherry Street Sunbury, OH 43074

LOCAL OPTION (SUNDAY SALE OF WINE AND MIXED BEVERAGES AND SPIRITUOUS LIQUOR BETWEEN TEN A.M. AND MIDNIGHT) Gottesgnade LLC doing business as Surve 6 E Cherry Street Sunbury, OH 43074 ‘

Genoa Township

Referendum on Zoning Amendment

Ballot language is expected to read:

Proposed Zoning Amendment (By Referendum Petition) Genoa Township

A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage.

On April 9, 2018, the Genoa Township Board of Trustees enacted Resolution No. 18-0409001 to amend the Genoa Township Zoning Map to rezone 42.791 acres from Rural Residential (“RR”) to Planned Residential Development (“PRD”). The seven adjoining parcels that make up the 42.791 acre site are parcel nos: 31713001036000, 31713001036001, 31713001036002, 31713001036003, 31713001036004, 31713001036005, and 31713001038000. According to Genoa Township Zoning Case No. 2018-01, and Genoa Township Board of Trustees Resolution No. 18-0409001, the above seven parcels are “located at 4741 Tussic Street”, which is near the southeast intersection of Oxbow Road and Tussic Street.

Shall the zoning amendment as adopted by the Genoa Township Board of Trustees be approved?

YES

NO

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