Each election, Ohio's voters decide the fate of candidates and issues on their ballot.
In 2015, voters throughout Ohio will elect:
• Members of city and village councils
• Members of boards of trustees of public affairs (in some villages)
• Other city and village officers
• Judges of municipal courts (some jurisdictions)
• Clerks of municipal courts (some jurisdictions)
•Township trustees and fiscal officers
• Members of city and local boards of education
• Unexpired terms for municipal and township offices and boards of education
Ohio voters may also see statewide issues on the primary or general election ballots.
Dates of 2015 Elections
2015 February Special Election: February 3, 2015
• Local Issues Summary (XLSX)
The Boards of Elections in six counties have questions and issues for the 2015 February Special Election ballot. The total number of issues appearing on the ballot is six, three of which are school issues. Below is the list of questions and issues by type:
- Three tax levies, two of which are school issues.
- One bond issue, which is a school issue.
- Two miscellaneous issues.
2015 Primary/Special Election: May 5, 2015
2015 August Special Election: August 4, 2015
2015 General Election: November 3, 2015
The Secretary of State's office maintains a list of all local issues.
Click here for information on possible statewide ballot issues.
However, this office does not maintain records or results of local candidates. A list of candidates running for local offices must be obtained by contacting your county board of elections.