EDITOR’S NOTE: This story will be continuously up-dated as election news is published.
Loveland, Ohio – As of Friday, July 24, according to the Hamilton County Board of Elections, the following have picked up petition packets to run for Loveland Council, however, none have submitted their petitions to the Board.
No one has picked up petition packets to run for Loveland School Board.
Arthur E. (Ted) Phelps, Jr.
Dave Heimbach, the Administrative Associate at the Hamilton County Board said on Friday, “Loveland Council and Loveland School Board have not had any petition filings, to date. There could be others, not on our list, circulating petitions. The deadline for Loveland Council and Loveland School Board petition filings is August 9 at 4 PM”
Loveland School Board Open Seats (3 to be elected – 4 year term)
Dave Blumberg – Term Expires 12/31/17
Tim Taggart – Appointed to the Board in 2017 to fill the remainder of term vacated by Linda Pennington, Term Expires 12/31/17
Michele Pettit – Term Expires 12/31/17
Open Loveland Council Seats (4 to be elected – 4 year term)
Pam Gross – Term Ends: 12/04/2017
Ted Phelps – Term Ends: 12/04/2017
Robert Weisgerber – Term Ends: 12/04/2017
Stephen Zamagias – Term Ends: 12/04/2017
Loveland resident, Neil Oury is currently circulating petitions for a re-call of Loveland Mayor, Mark Fitzgerald. If Oury’s petition drive is successful, he will ask voters in November to give him the remainder of Fitzgerald’s term which expires 12/02/2019. ([Video] Fitzgerald Re-Call Petitions delivered to Elections Board)
Loveland Magazine has sent an email to all of these potential candidates, asking if they plan on running.
Loveland School Board member, Michele Pettit replied, “I will be running again this fall. Since I have been out of town I will be picking up my packet next week.”
Loveland Councilmember Rob Weisgerber replied, “Yes I do.”
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