Here’s who is on the ballot in Butler County school board races


The filing deadline for the November 2017 ballot has passed for most city council races and all village council, township trustee and local school board races.

All candidates for local races except for Hamilton and Middletown city council and mayoral races had to file by 4 p.m. Wednesday to file petitions for office.

MORE: Butler County’s November ballot shaping up to have few contested races

Hamilton and Middletown city council and mayoral candidates have until Aug. 24 to file petitions as per their respective city charters.

There are 23 races set up to be contested in November’s election, pending certification of those races by the Butler County Board of Elections on Aug. 21.

Here are the candidates for Madison, Ross, Hamilton, Lakota and Middletown boards of education.

Those with (i) indicates they are the incumbent and (c) indicates they have been certified to be on the November ballot.

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MADISON LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board member (2 to be elected)

  • Paul Russell Jennewine (i)
  • William Chad Norvell
  • Brad Miller (i)

MONROE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board member (3 to be elected)

  • Tim Carpenter (i)
  • Brett Guido (i)
  • Tracey Jo Soppanish
  • Leslie Stone (i)

ROSS LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board member (2 to be elected)

  • William T. Buelsing
  • Amy Katherine Webb
  • Edward Joseph Bosse, Jr. (i)
  • Andrew M. Schnell

HAMILTON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board member (3 to be elected)

  • Steven M. Isgro (i)(c)
  • Louise S. Jewett (c)
  • Chris Mate
  • Anne Vaaler Mills
  • Zipporah Samples
  • Laurin P. Sprague
  • Patrick Wagonfield
  • Robert W. Weigel (i)(c)

LAKOTA LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board member (3 to be elected)

  • Jason A. Baldwin (c)
  • Kelley Casper (c)
  • Ernest Duane Gause
  • Bradley R. Lovell (c)
  • Ray Murray (i)(c)
  • Todd M. Parnell (i)

MIDDLETOWN CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION

Board member (2 to be elected)

  • Eddie T. Moore (i)
  • Bruce A. Hughley, Sr.
  • Cathie Mulligan



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