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Candidates, issues on Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 4

Rossford area voters will head to the polls next week deciding on a school operations levy and membership in TARTA.
Polls will be open in Wood County from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 4, for Election Day.

Issues
Voters will consider several issues:
Rossford School District additional tax levy– current expenses, 4.49 mills, five years, commencing in 2014.
Rossford city membership in TARTA–vote “yes” for the city to exit the public transportation system and “no” to remain in the system.
Wood County ADAMHS board renewal tax levy–providing alcohol, drug addiction and mental health needs, 1.6 mills, 10 years, commencing in 2015.
Perrysburg Township voters also will decide on the following:
Perrysburg Township additional tax levy–police protection, 3 mills, five years.
Perrysburg Township renewal tax levy–fire protection, 2 mills, five years.
Perrysburg Township renewal tax levy–fire protection, 1 mill, five years.
Perrysburg Township zoning resolution–a plan establishing zoning for all remaining unzoned areas of the township.

Candidates
Voters will see these candidate races on the November 4 ballot:
Fifth U.S. Congressional District–Robert Fry of Toledo, Democrat; Eric Eberly of Bowling Green, Libertarian; Bob Latta of Bowling Green, Republican, incumbent.
Ohio Governor and Lt. Governor–Edward Fitzgerald and Sharen Swartz Neuhardt, Democrats; Anita Rios and Bob Fitrakis, Green; John Kasich and Mary Taylor, Republican, incumbents.
Ohio Attorney General –David Pepper, Democrat; Mike DeWine, Republican, incumbent.
Ohio Auditor–John Patrick Carney, Democrat; Bob Bridges, Libertarian; Dave Yost, Republican, incumbent.
Ohio Secretary of State –Nina Turner, Democrat, Kevin Knedler, Libertarian; Jon Husted, Republican, incumbent.
Ohio Treasurer–Connie Pillich, Democrat; Josh Mandel, Republican, incumbent.
Third Ohio House District State Representative –Steve Long of Perrysburg, Democrat; Nathan Eberly of Bowling Green, Libertarian; Tim Brown of Bowling Green, Republican, incumbent.
Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court–(term commencing January 1, 2015) Sharon Kennedy, incumbent; Tom Letson.
Justice of the Supreme Court–(term commencing January 2, 2015) Judi French, incumbent; John O’Donnell.
Wood County Commissioner–(term commencing January 1, 2015) Andy Newlove of Bowling Green, Democrat; Doris Herringshaw of Bowling Green, Republican, incumbent.

Candidates Running Unopposed
Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals Judge– (term commencing February 9, 2015) Thomas Osowik of Toledo, incumbent.
Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals Judge–(term commencing February 10, 2015) Arlene Singer of Toledo, incumbent.
Wood County Common Pleas Judge–(term commencing January 1, 2015) Alan Mayberry of Bowling Green, incumbent.
Wood County Judge of Probate/Juvenile Court– (term commencing February 9, 2015) David Woessner, incumbent.
Wood County Auditor– Michael Sibbersen, Republican, incumbent.
State Board of Education (Second District)– Kathleen McGervey of Avon; Kim Redfern of Port Clinton; Ray Young of Huron.
For more information on candidates, see the Perrysburg Area League of Women Voters candidates’ guide, which is available online at the at the Record’s website: www.welchpublishing.com.
Early and Absentee Voting
In-person early voting is available at the Board of Elections office in the Wood County Courthouse in Bowling Green at the following times:
•Monday to Friday, through October 31, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
•Saturday, November 1, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
•Sunday, November 2, 1 to 5 p.m.
•Monday, November 3, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
An absentee voting application is available on the Board of Elections website at www.co.wood.oh.us/ boe/.
Voter precinct maps also are available on the Web site.
For more information on voting locations, early/ absentee voting or other issues, contact the Board of Elections at 419-354-9120.
The Board of Elections will report election results Tuesday evening on its Web site.


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Rossford lies at the heart of the Crossroads of America, an area experiencing tremendous economic growth, located at the crossroads of Interstate 75 and the Ohio Turnpike. The city's population of approximately 6,000 is primarily a mix of descendants of Polish, Czechoslovakian, German and Ukrainian workers who came from Pennsylvania to work at the glass plant, now Pilkington.

Rossford was incorporated as a village in 1939 and as a city in 1971. The City is a municipal corporation which operates under its own charter and is governed by a mayor and seven-member City Council. Rossford is served by full-time police and part-time fire departments, dispatched from the neighboring Village of Walbridge.

The City maintains a Community Recreation Center and three parks, one of which,Veterans Memorial Park, features a seasonal marina along with picnic areas and diamonds and courts for baseball, tennis, basketball and volleyball.

Rossford has three elementary schools, Glenwood, Indian Hills and Eagle Point, a junior high and high school and All Saints parochial school for grades pre-kindergarten through eight.

The city boasts a public library and many service and community organizations such as the Rossford Business Association, Lions Club and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Its Rossford Community Service League sponsors annual activities such as a Valentine's Day Dance, Easter egg hunt, Halloween, Memorial Day parades and their Christmas tree lighting.


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