Many seats, issues on Nov. 3 ballot


Lorna Hart - lhart@civitasmedia.com



POMEROY — Registered Meigs County voters will go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 3 to vote for local candidates and levies, along with three state issues regarding purposed constitutional amendments.

The Meigs County Board of Elections has provided the following information regarding precincts available for voting: Precinct 01, Bedford: Ohio Valley Christian As. Camp, 39560 Rocksprings Rd., Pomeroy 45769; Precinct 03, East Chester, Karr Contracting, 34740 SR 7, Pomeroy 45769; Precinct 04, West Chester, Karr Contracting, 34740 SR 7, Pomeroy 45769; Precinct 05, Columbia, Columbia Twp. Fire Department, 29466 SR 143, Albany 45710; Precinct 06, Lebanon, Old Portland Elementary School, 56896 SR 124, Portland, 45770; Precinct 07, Letart, E Letart Methodist Church, 49018 East Letart Rd., Racine 45771; Precinct 08, North Olive, Tuppers Plains St. Paul UM Church, 42216 SR 7, Tuppers Plains, 45783; Precinct 09, South Olive, Long Bottom Community Bldg., 36709 TR 275, Long Bottom 45743; Precinct 10, Orange, Tuppers Plains St. Paul UM Church, 42216 SR 7, Tuppers Plains, 45783;

Precinct 11, Rutland Village, Rutland Nazarene Church Hall, 460 Main St., Rutland, 45775; Precinct 12, East Rutland, Rutland Nazarene Church Hall, 460 Main St., Rutland, 45775; Precinct 13, West Rutland, Rutland Nazarene Church Hall, 460 Main St., Rutland, 45775; Precinct 14, Salem, Salem Center Fire Dept. Bldg. 28854 SR 124, Langsville, 45741; Precinct 16, Middleport 2nd, Church of Christ Life Center, 437 Main St., Middleport, 45760; Precinct 17, Middleport 3nd, Church of Christ Life Center, 437 Main St., Middleport, 45760; Precinct 18, Middleport 4nd, Church of Christ Life Center, 437 Main St., Middleport, 45760; Precinct 19,Pomeroy 1st, Mulberry Community Center, 260 Mulberry Ave. Pomeroy, 45769; Precinct 20,Pomeroy 2nd, Mulberry Community Center, 260 Mulberry Ave. Pomeroy, 45769;

Precinct 21, Pomeroy 3rd, Mulberry Community Center, 260 Mulberry Ave. Pomeroy, 45769; Precinct 22, Bradbury, Bradford Church of Christ Bldg., 39105 Bradbury Rd., Middleport, 45760; Precinct 23, Laurel Cliff, Meigs Local Admin. Office, 41765 Pomeroy Pike Rd., Pomeroy; Precinct 24, Rocksprings, Meigs Local Admin. Office, 41765 Pomeroy Pike Rd., Pomeroy 45769; Precinct 25, Scipio, Scipio Twp. Fire Dept. Bldg., 35575 Firehouse Rd., Pomeroy, 45769; Precinct 26, Racine Village Christian Outreach Center, 406 5th St., Racine, 45771; Precinct 27, Syracuse Village, Syracuse Community Center, 2244 7th St., Syracuse, 45779; Precinct 28, Minersville, Syracuse Community Center, 2244 7th St., Syracuse, 45779; Precinct 29, Racine, Christian Outreach Center, 406 5th St., Racine, 45771.

The following are candidates for trustee and fiscal officer positions in their respective townships: Bedford Township: Trustee, John W. Dean, Michael A. York; Fiscal Officer, Barbara J. Grueser, Kathy J. Romine; Chester Township: Trustee, James B. Hawthorne and Elmer C. Newell; Fiscal Officer, Philip Raymond Werry; Columbia Township: Trustee, Rexie Cheadle, Fiscal Officer, Mary Wingo; Lebanon Township: Trustee, James R. Foreman, Gerrad Parry; Fiscal Officer, Brenda S. Johnson, Annette R. Vance; Letart Township: Trustee, (write-in)Dean Hill , Justin Hill, Zachary, (write-in) Kevin White , and Charles Wolfe, Jr.; Fiscal Officer, Jenny L. Manuel, Nathan W. Roush; Olive Township: Trustee, Randy Boston; Fiscal Officer, Tara Barton, Kaleen Hayman; Orange Township: Trustee, Rodney A. Tripp; Fiscal Officer, Alice L. Hawthorne, Deborah Watson; Rutland Township: Trustee, Joe M. Bolin and Brynn K. Sutphin; Fiscal Officer, Opal L. Dyer; Salem Township: Trustee, Cecil E. Johnston; Fiscal Officer, Carol A. Taylor, (write-in) Amanda Goble; Salisbury Township: Trustee, John Hood; Fiscal Officer, Marilyn R. Anderson; Scipio Township: Trustee, Tammy Andrus, (unexpired term ending Dec. 31, 2017) and Randy Butcher; Fiscal Officer, Tina E. Cotterill; Sutton Township: Trustee, Shane S. Circle, Larry Ebersbach and Chuck Mugrage; Fiscal Officer, Joann Crisp.

The following are candidates for mayor and village council positions: Middleport Village: Mayor, Mike Gerlach, (write-in) Sandy Iannarelli; two village council positions: James R. Buskirk, George A. Hoffman, Roger L. Manley Sr., Shawn A. Rice; Pomeroy Village: Mayor, Bryan Shank, Victor Young III; two village council positions: Brenda Barnhart, Maureen Hennessy, Donald A. May, Ruth Spaun; Racine Village: Mayor, Julian Scott Hill; two village council positions: Chad Hubbard, Jeffrey R. Morris; Rutland Village: Mayor, (write-in) April L. Burke; two village council positions: Tyler M. Eblin; Syracuse Village: Mayor, Eric D. Cunningham; two village council positions: Wendy Egan Rhonda, R. Rathburn.

The following are candidates for school board positions: Alexander Local School District (two open positions), candidates filed in Athens County; Eastern Local School District: (three positions open), Brandon M. Buckley, Floyd D. Ridenour,Michael Adam Will; Meigs Local School District: (three positions open) Roger A. Abbott, Darin Logan, Todd Snowden, Larry D. Tucker, (write-in) Brad Young; Southern Local School District: (two positions open), Gary D. Evans, Richard L. Wamsley II,Mony Wood.

The following are candidates for Athens/Meigs Educational Service Center (ESC): Member of Governing Board of ESC-At-Large, (one position open), Scott Walton; Alexander Local, (one to be elected), Gary Dicken; Eastern Local, (one to be elected), J.Greg Bailey, Jeff Vogt; Meigs Local School District, (one to be elected), Ron Logan; Southern Local School District, (one to be elected), No valid declaration of candidacy filed.

All precincts will be voting on a proposed 1 mill additional tax levy for five years for Meigs County General Health District, Issue One, a proposed constitutional amendment to create a bipartisan public process for drawing legislative districts, Issue Two, an anti-monopoly amendment to protect the intuitive process from being used for personal economic benefit and Issue Three, which would grant a monopoly for the commercial production and sale of marijuana for recreational and medicinal purposes.

For more information, contact Meigs County Board of Elections at 740-992-2697, or visit www.electionsonthe.net/oh/meigs, where you can verify your voter registration, obtain information on voting requirements, and download absentee ballot forms. The site also includes polling and precinct location information and times.

Contact Lorna Hart at 740-992-2155 Ext. 2551.

Lorna Hart

lhart@civitasmedia.com

Contact Lorna Hart at 740-992-2155 Ext. 2551.

Contact Lorna Hart at 740-992-2155 Ext. 2551.

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