Stow's November 2012 Election Guide
The candidates, incumbents and issues that will be affecting Stow and Summit County.
As we look ahead to the Nov. 6 election, Stow Patch is devoted to bring you the information* you need about every race in town.
Bookmark this page for updates, because we'll continue to add details as they develop.
- Polling locations: To find your polling locations, click here. Some polling locations have changed, be sure to double check where you're headed Tuesday.
- The polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on election day.
- Are you registered to vote? The deadline was Oct. 9. Check here to see if you are registered.
Stow-Munroe Falls City School District Issue 67: Renewal tax levy 7.84 mills: The current 7.3-mil is expiring in its fifth year and the school district is asking voters to approve the renewal tax in November. The levy would generate $7.3 million annually for 10 years this time, not five, if passed.
Summit County Sheriff: It's currently Drew Alexander's job, but he is not running for re-election. Steve Barry (D-Uniontown) will be on the ballot with Randy L. Rivers (R-Cuyahoga Falls).
District 3 County Council: Every seat on Summit County Council is up for election, but we're covering the District 3 race because it includes Stow. Incumbent Gloria J. Rodgers (R-Stow) will face Russ Iona (D-Cuyahoga Falls) in November.
At Large County Council:
- Jane M. Davis
- Sandra Kurt
Clerk of Courts
- Daniel Horrigan
- Kandi S. O'Connor
- Alan Brubaker
- Bruce L. Robinson
Summit County Children Services Board
Issue 73: Renewal levy 2.25 mills for protection and placement of abused and neglected children.
*Candidates were contacted for the information provided in the election bio pages linked on this page. If a candidate is missing a bio, it is because he or she did not respond to our request for that information.