October 31, 2014

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List of candidates running for local office

CANDIDATES

One to be nominated or move on to the November general election unless otherwise noted.

*Denotes incumbent

Brunswick

(non-partisan primary)
Mayor
(Two to move on)
Ron Falconi, 1568 Augusta Ave.
Council at-large, seat 1
(Two to move on)
Ryan Kolegar, 713 Maplewood Ave.
Alex Johnson, 3502 Sandlewood Drive
Council at-large, seat 2
(Two to move on)
Brian K. Ousley*, 3185 Laurel Road
Council at-large, seat 3
(Two to move on)
Patricia Hanek*, 4196 Shenandoah Parkway

Wadsworth

Auditor
Republican
Catherine C. Fix*, 269 Crestwood Ave.
Treasurer
Republican
Robert M. Plank*, 245 Hillsdale Circle
President of Council
Republican
Thomas E. Palecek*, 522 Farr Ave.
Council at-large
(Three to be nominated)
Democrat
Patricia A. Haskins*, 206 Deepwood Drive
Republican
(Three to be nominated)
Bob L. Thurber, 249 E. Good Ave.
Robert D. Titus, 324 Baird Ave.
David L. Williams, 703 Hillcrest Drive
Joseph A. Rodgers, 400 Dogwood Lane
Ward 1
Republican
Ralph J. Copley, 1111 Clark Road
Timothy J. Eberling*, 941 Flanders Drive
Ward 2
Republican
Dennis J. Shultz*, 520 Red Rock Drive
Ward 3
Democrat
John J. Sharkey IV*, 682 Deercrest Drive
Republican
Michael Robart, 621 Johnson Road
Ward 4
Democrat
David Anderson, 402 Kellyann Court
Republican
Bruce Darlington*, 909 Lawrence Drive

SCHOOL ISSUES

Black River
An 8.7-mill, five-year additional levy for emergency requirements. (Includes votes from Ashland and Lorain counties.)
Brunswick
A 5.9-mill, nine-year additional levy for operating expenses.
Cloverleaf
A 7.9-mill, 10-year additional levy for emergency requirements.
Medina
A 5.9-mill, 10-year additional levy for emergency requirements.

CITY ISSUES

Brunswick
A local option to allow Sunday sales of liquor at Mucho Buenos restaurant, 1421 Town Center Blvd., Unit B and patio, in Ward 2, Precinct D. (This issue will not appear on the ballot until the November election.)
Wadsworth
A local option to allow Sunday sales of liquor at Grizzly Quick Mart, 744 Broad St., in Ward 2, Precinct C.

TOWNSHIP ISSUES

Montville
A 1.3-mill renewal levy for fire protection.

VILLAGE ISSUES

Chippewa Lake
A 6-mill, five-year replacement levy for operating expenses.