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. STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 7: • Mike Dovilla, Republican, incumbent • Matt Patten, Democrat STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 24 • Tom Patton, Republican, incmbent • Jennifer Brady, Democrat CUYAHOGA COUNTY PROSECUTOR • Timothy J. McGinty, Democrat • Ed Wade, Independent Issue 94: A renewal of a 1.5-mill …
U.S. Senate candidate won't be at Rib Burnoff
State Treasurer Josh Mandel will not bring his campaign for U.S. Senate to Strongsville Thursday. Mandel had been expected to be at the Strongsville Rib Burnoff, but a scheduling conflict will prevent the stop here. The Republican from Beachwood is running against first-term incumbent Sherrod Brown of Avon.
Republican Presidential candidate to stop at Mapleside on Sunday
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be in Brunswick on Sunday for a Father's Day pancake breakfast at Mapleside Farms, 294 Pearl Rd. Doors open at 8 a.m. and the program starts at 9. You can reserve a spot by registering on Romney's campaign website. It will be Romney's second visit to Ohio this week. The former Massachusetts governor attended a private fundraiser in Cincinnati on Wednesday night. President Obama will be in Cleveland today at Tri-C's Recreation Center.