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ALLEN COUNTY



Apollo Career Center: 0.31 mill bond issue, 30 years; 0.19 mill additional tax levy, 10 years; 0.5 mill permanent improvement levy, 30 years, to renovate, modernize and expand buildings



Bluffton Schools: 0.5 percent income tax renewal, three years, for permanent improvements



City of Lima: Charter amendments



Delphos Council, 1st Ward: Republican primary-Andrew Daley, Andrew Knueve



Delphos Public Library: 0.6 mill renewal, five years, for current expenses



Delphos Treasurer: Republican primary-Robert L. Mosier



Elida Schools: 1 mill renewal, five years, for current expenses; 5.95 mill additional, five years, for current expenses



Johnny Appleseed Metropolitan Park District: 0.75 mill replacement levy, 10 years



Lima Auditor: Randall S. Bartels



Lima Council, 1st Ward: Todd Gordon



Lima Council, 3rd Ward: Jesse J. Lowe II



Lima Council, 5th Ward: Teresa G. Adams



Lima Council, 7th Ward: C. Ann Miles



Lima Director of Law: Anthony L. Geiger



Lima Mayor (choose two for November ballot): David Berger, Doug Vermillion



Lima Municipal Court Clerk, unexpired term: Jim Link



Lima Schools: 7.677 mills renewal, 10 years, for emergency requirements



Perry Township: 1 mill additional, five years, for operating expenses



Waynesfield-Goshen School (overlap): 4.9 mill renewal, five years, for permanent improvements



AUGLAIZE COUNTY



Apollo Career Center (overlap): 0.31 mill bond issue, 30 years; 0.19 mill additional tax levy, 10 years; 0.5 mill permanent improvement levy, 30 years, to renovate, modernize and expand buildings



Buckland village: 4 mill additional, five years, for fire and EMS



Marion Local Schools (overlap): 13.8 mill renewal plus increase, five years, for emergency requirements



St. Marys Council, 1st Ward: Republican primary-John A. Bubp



St. Marys Council, 2nd Ward: Democratic primary-Kenneth J. Koverman; Republican primary-David A. Lunz, Cameron Ruppert



St. Marys Council, 3rd Ward: Democratic primary-Gregory B. Freewalt



St. Marys Council, 4th Ward: Democratic primary-Robin Willoughby



St. Marys Council, At-Large (choose three): Republican primary-Russell A. Bailey, Bob Fitzgerald, Todd Fleagle, James J. Harris, Dan Uhlenhake



St. Marys Council, President: Republican primary-Daniel R. Hoelscher Jr.



St. Marys Schools: 5 mills additional, five years; 1 percent additional income tax, five years, for operating expenses



St. Marys Treasurer: Democratic primary-Dennis Pfeffenberger



Upper Scioto Valley Schools (overlap): 1.7 mills additional, three years, for permanent improvements; 3.1 mills additional, five years, for emergency requirements



Wapakoneta Council, 1st Ward: Democratic primary-James R. Neumeier



Wapakoneta Council, 2nd Ward: Republican primary-Daniel E. Lee



Wapakoneta Council, 4th Ward: Republican primary-Chad A. Doll



Wapakoneta Council, At-Large (choose three): Democratic primary-Randy L. Fisher; Republican primary-Daniel C. Graf, Thomas S. Finkelmeier Jr.



Wapakoneta Council, President: Republican primary-Stephen Henderson



Wapakoneta Treasurer: Democratic primary-Barbie Steinke



Waynesfield-Goshen School: 4.9 mill renewal, five years, for permanent improvements, for permanent improvements



HARDIN COUNTY



Ada Schools: 0.75 percent additional income tax, seven years, for general operating funds



Apollo Career Center (overlap): 0.31 mill bond issue, 30 years; 0.19 mill additional tax levy, 10 years; 0.5 mill permanent improvement levy, 30 years, to renovate, modernize and expand buildings



Blanchard Township: 1.8 mill replacement, five years, maintaining and operating cemeteries; 1.8 mill replacement, five years, current expenses



Kenton Council, 2nd Ward: Republican primary-David M. Beazley, Rose M. Zuchetto



Liberty Township: 1 mill replacement, five years, fire and EMS



Upper Scioto Valley Schools: 1.7 mills additional, three years, for permanent improvements; 3.1 mills additional, five years, for emergency requirements



PUTNAM COUNTY



Apollo Career Center (overlap): 0.31 mill bond issue, 30 years; 0.19 mill additional tax levy, 10 years; 0.5 mill permanent improvement levy, 30 years, to renovate, modernize and expand buildings



VAN WERT COUNTY



Apollo Career Center (overlap): 0.31 mill bond issue, 30 years; 0.19 mill additional tax levy, 10 years; 0.5 mill permanent improvement levy, 30 years, to renovate, modernize and expand buildings



Delphos Public Library: 0.6 mill renewal, five years, for current expenses



Delphos Treasurer: Republican primary-Robert L. Mosier



Delphos Council, 3rd Ward: Republican primary-Greg Etgen, Del Kemper



Delphos Council, 4th Ward: Republican primary-Mark Clement



Van Wert City: 1.2 mill additional, 25 years, design, construction and equipping of an aquatic center



Van Wert Council, 1st Ward: Republican priamry-John Marshall



Van Wert Council, 2nd Ward: Republican primary-Joi Mergy



Van Wert Council, 3rd Ward: Republican primary-Gerald “Jerry” Mazur, Stuart Jewett



Van Wert Council, 4th Ward: Democratic primary-Jim Hamman; Republican primary-Steve Trittschuh



Van Wert Council, At-Large (choose three): Democratic primary-Jeff Agler; Republican primary-Stan Agler, Brent Crone, Kirby R. Kelly, Jon Tomlinson



Van Wert Council, President: Republican primary-Ken Mengerink, Pete Weir



Van Wert Schools: 1 percent income tax renewal, continuing, current expenses



Van Wert Treasurer: Republican primary-Don Hangartner





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