Nominating petitions have been filed, and there is no competition for seats on Archbold Village Council or Archbold School Board.
Voters throughout Ohio go to the polls, Tuesday, Nov. 5, for the fall General Election.
All three currently-serving village council members, Jeff Fryman, Kenny Cowell, and Vaughn Bentz, have filed petitions to be on the ballot.
With no other nominees, they are almost assured reelection.
Petitions were due Wednesday, Aug. 7, at 4 pm.
Anyone wishing to seek election to council, or any other position up for election, can run as a write-in candidate.
Write-in candidates must file a declaration of intent to run as a write-in with the Fulton County Board of Elections by Monday, Aug. 26.
On the Archbold School Board, three persons are running for three seats, but there will be a change in the board’s makeup.
Janet Wyse, a board member, is not seeking reelection. She is replaced on the ballot by Roel Galvan, a former board member, who filed a petition for election.
Galvan was first elected to school board in 2006, but was defeated for reelection in 2009. He was unsuccessful in a run for school board in 2011.
Jon Lugbill, board president, and Phil Nofziger have filed petitions for reelection.
Unless there is a successful write-in candidate, there will be no changes on the German Township Trustees. Incumbents Randy Ruffer and Bruce Lauber were the only two to file petitions for their seats.
Pettisville School Board
There’s no competition for the three seats on the Pettisville Local School Board, but there will be a new face on the board.
Dan Sauder, a board member, did not file.
Rick Graber, who did file, will join incumbent board members John King and Loren Roth on the ballot.
Clinton Twp. Trustees
There is a three-way race for two seats for Clinton Township Trustees. Incumbents Ivan Hite and Leonard Richer have filed for reelection.
MaryAnn Tanner-Reimund also filed for a seat. The two totals will win seats.
In Ridgeville Township, Henry County, two seats on the township board of trustees are open.
Incumbents Roger Miller and Bruce Hesterman were the only two to file.
Gorham Township, Fulton County, features a three-way race for two seats. William G. McKinney and Trevor Hibbard, incumbents, face challenger Lee Opdycke.
There are five persons running for four seats on the Gorham-Fayette Local School District school board.
Amy Metz-Simon and David Brinegar have filed for the seats with full terms.
There also is a three-way race to fill two unexpired terms ending Dec. 31, 2015.
Trent Dominique, Fred Stockburger, and Robert T. Brubaker have filed for the seats with the unexpired terms.