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ELECTION NOTICE FOR USE WITH THE
FEDERAL WRITE-IN ABSENTEE BALLOT (FWAB)
R.C. 3511.16

Issued by the Hardin County Board of Elections

 

BOE to check one:

oInitial notification (to be posted 100 days prior to date of election)

xUpdated notification (to be posted 45 days prior to date of election)

 

 

 

May 8, 2018 Primary Election

 

All Offices

Name of Candidate (Party)

Office, District, Term

Precincts

 

RICHARD CORDRAY AND BETTY SUTTON (D)

MIKE DEWINE AND JON HUSTED (R)

LARRY E. EALY AND JEFFREY LYNN (D)

CONSTANCE GADELL-NEWTON AND BRETT R. JOSEPH (G)

DENNIS JOHN KUCINICH AND TARA L. SAMPLES (D)

BILL O'NEILL AND CHANTELLE C. LEWIS (D)

PAUL E. RAY AND JERRY M. SCHROEDER (D)

JOE SCHIAVONI AND STEPHANIE DODD (D)

MARY TAYLOR AND NATHAN D. ESTRUTH (R)

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/8/2019

All Precincts

 

STEVE DETTELBACH (D)

DAVE YOST (R)

Attorney General

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/8/2019

All Precincts

 

KEITH FABER (R)

ZACK SPACE (D)

Auditor of State

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/8/2019

All Precincts

 

KATHLEEN CLYDE (D)

FRANK LAROSE (R)

Secretary of State

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/8/2019

All Precincts

 

SANDRA O'BRIEN (R)

ROB RICHARDSON (D)

ROBERT SPRAGUE (R)

PAUL CURRY (G) - WRITE-IN

Treasurer of State

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/8/2019

All Precincts

 

MELISSA ACKISON (R)

SHERROD BROWN (D)

DON ELIJAH ECKHART (R)

MIKE GIBBONS (R)

DAN KILEY (R)

JIM RENACCI (R)

PHILENA IRENE FARLEY (G) WRITE-IN

TIMOTHY A. PINION (R) WRITE-IN

United States Senator

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/3/2019

All Precincts

 

J. MICHAEL GALBRAITH (D)

ROBERT KREIENKAMP (R)

BOB LATTA (R)

JAMES NEU, JR (D)

TODD WOLFRUM (R)

Representative to Congress (5th District)

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/3/2019

All Precincts

 

CRAIG BALDWIN (R)

MICHAEL P. DONNELLY (D)

Justice of the Supreme Court

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/1/2019

All Precincts

 

MARY DEGENARO (R)

MELODY J. STEWART (D)

Justice of the Supreme Court

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/2/2019

All Precincts

 

JOHN R. WILLAMOWSKI (R)

Court of Appeals Judge 3rd Appellate District

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 2/9/2019

All Precincts

 

TIMOTHY J. DAVIS (D)

CHARLES R. GRAY (D)

THOMAS R. HERSHEY (D)

Member of Democrat State Central Committee, Man

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 6/1/2018

All Precincts

 

MARJORIE CASTANIEN (D)

Member of Democrat State Central Committee, Woman

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 6/1/2018

All Precincts

 

ROBERT E. CAMPBELL (R)

ROB RADWAY (R)

Member of Republican State Central Committee, Man

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 4/1/2018

All Precincts

 

GINA R. CAMPBELL (R)

CHRISTINA MURYN (R)

Member of Republican State Central Committee, Woman

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 4/1/2018

All Precincts

 

BOB BARKER, JR. (R)

CRAIG S. KUPFERBERG (R)

ROBERT MCCOLLEY (R)

ADAM PAPIN (D)

State Senator

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/1/2019

All Precincts

 

CHERYL BUCKLAND (R)

JON CROSS (R)

MARY E. HARSHFIELD (D) WRITE-IN

Representative District 83

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/1/2019

All Precincts

 

BOB CARDER (R)

RONALD W. EASTMAN (D)

TIM STRIKER (R)

County Commissioner

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 1/1/2019

All Precincts

 

MICHAEL T. BACON (R)

County Auditor

1 to be elected

Full Term Commencing 3/11/2019

All Precincts

 

 

 

All Issues

Issue Number, Entity, Overlaps

Description

Precincts

 

STATE ISSUE 1

Issue 1

Creates a bipartisan, public process for drawing congressional districts

Proposed Constitutional Amendment

Proposed by Joint Resolution of the General Assembly

To amend the version of Section 1 of Article XI that is scheduled to take effect January 1, 2021, and to enact Sections 1, 2, and 3 of Article XIX of the Constitution of the State of Ohio to establish a process for congressional redistricting.

A majority yes vote is necessary for the amendment to pass.

The proposed amendment would:

-         End the partisan process for drawing congressional districts, and replace it with a process with the goals of promoting bipartisanship, keeping local communities together, and having district boundaries that are more compact.

-         Ensure a transparent process by requiring public hearings and allowing public submission of proposed plans.

-         Require the General Assembly or the Ohio Redistricting Commission to adopt new congressional districts by a bipartisan vote for the plan to be effective for the full 10-year period.

-         Require that if a plan is adopted by the General Assembly without significant bipartisan support, it cannot be effective for the entire 10-year period and must comply with explicit anti-gerrymandering requirements.

 

If passed, the amendment will become effective immediately.

SHALL THE AMENDMENT BE APPROVED?

O YES

O NO

 

All Precincts

 

2 - VILLAGE OF PATTERSON

PROPERTY TAX (ADDITIONAL - 1.5 mills, 5 YEARS, COMMENCING 2018, FIRST DUE 2019)

CURRENT EXPENSES

FOREST/JACKSON/4 - VILLAGE OF PATTERSON ONLY

 

OHIO HI-POINT JOINT VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

 

PROPERTY TAX (ADDITIONAL - 0.60 mills, a continuing period of time, COMMENCING 2018, FIRST DUE 2019)

PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS

KENTON 1, KENTON 2, KENTON 3, KENTON 4, BUCK, CESSNA/1, CESSNA/3, DUDLEY 1, DUDLEY 2, GOSHEN/1, MT VIC/RDGWAY/HALE/1, MT VIC/RDGWAY/HALE/3, MT VIC/RDGWAY/HALE/4, LYNN, ALGER/MCGUFFEY/MARION, MCDONALD, PLEASANT/1, ROUNDHEAD, TAYLOR CREEK

 

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER FOR INDICATING YOUR CHOICES ON A
FEDERAL WRITE-IN ABSENTEE BALLOT (FWAB):

To complete a Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB), go to http://www.fvap.gov. You have the option of downloading a blank, hard copy FWAB to complete by hand, or proceeding through electronic completion of the FWAB using the website's FWAB Wizard.

The first page of the FWAB is a Voter Declaration/Affirmation you must complete in order for your ballot to count.

After completing the Voter Declaration/Affirmation, use the initial election notice issued on the 100th day before the election and the updated election notice issued on the 45th day before the election as a guide to:

(1) write the name of each candidate or issue contest for which you are casting a vote and then
(2) write the name of your choice of candidate or choice for or against an issue.

After you have completed the FWAB, you must PRINT the ballot and MAIL it to your county board of elections at this address: Hardin County, Hardin County Courthouse , One Courthouse Square, Suite 40 , Kenton, OH 43326. A complete listing of all county board of elections mailing addresses and contact information is available at https://www.sos.state.oh.us/elections/elections-officials/county-boards-of-elections-directory/.

Do not send your ballot via e-mail or fax; Ohio law prohibits electronic transmission of a voted ballot.