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LISBON – A handful of written candidates have submitted their declarations of intention to run in the November general election.
Monday was the deadline for filing with the Columbiana County Board of Elections for candidates in writing. According to the revised Ohio code, anyone wishing to be a candidate in writing must file a declaration of intent to be a candidate in writing. Only candidates in writing who have filed a valid declaration of intent will have their votes counted on November 2.
Jack Cataldo filed a declaration of intention to run for mayor of Wellsville for the unexpired term ending December 31, 2023. Ashley Johnson and Richard W. Newton II both filed declarations of intention to run for office. Leetonia village council.
Nominees Deborah L. Fickes and Terry Sprauge will be the only two candidates for East Liverpool’s treasurer post, as no partisan candidate has petitioned for the post.
In other election matters, the board certified 119 non-partisan candidates for the general election and invalidated five.
The council invalidated the petition of John Higgins who submitted his candidacy to the council of the village of Salineville for having had his declaration of candidacy signed and dated after the distribution of his petition.
Four candidates were invalidated for not having gathered the required number of signatures:
– Paul C. Taylor, candidate for the Columbiana County Education Service Center Board of Directors.
– Heather Henderson, candidate for the local Beaver School District Board of Directors.
– Nick Clemmer, candidate for the board of directors of the school district of the exempt village of Columbiana.
– Jerome Mettenberger, Jr., candidate for the Township of Yellow Creek Board of Directors.