Election 2012: A Guide For Strongsville
Voters will decide national and state races this November, as well as a local bond issue for the schools
Strongsville Patch is committed to bringing you all the information you'll need to make informed choices this Nov. 6.
Strongsville voters will decide several local issues and races in the general election.
Among them is Issue 116, the $81 million bond issue for the Strongsville schools to build a new middle school, make major renovations at Strongsville High School and other repairs to elementary buildings.
- Sample Ballot: To see your sample ballot, visit the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections website or click here.
- Polling locations: To find polling locations, see list of candidates or find other information, click here.
- Early Voting: Here is the schedule for early voting.
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 7:
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 24
CUYAHOGA COUNTY PROSECUTOR
Issue 94: A renewal of a 1.5-mill levy for firefighter salaries.
Issue 95: A 0.4-mill replacement issue for sewer projects
Issue 96: A charter amendment changing the filing deadline for Strongsville candidates
Issue 97: A rezoning that would allow Kemper House to expand its Alzheimer's care facility on Prospect Road.
Issue 116: An $81 million bond issue for the Strongsville City Schools to build a new middle school and improve other school buildings.
Issue 108: A .67-mill replacement levy for the Cuyahoga County Port Authority.