School board incumbents in Springboro, Lebanon and Waynesville are facing re-election challenges in the Nov. 7 election.
In Springboro, political newcomers Theresa Schneider and Michelle Teska are challenging Dan Gudz, who was appointed earlier this year, and Charles Anderson and Dave Stuckey, who are seeking re-election.
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“I’ve always helped other people. This is the first time running myself,” Schneider said Friday, citing work for Gov. John Kasich and other state and county level Republican candidates.
“I feel like the school board’s been in turmoil for a while,” she said. “I thought this would be a chance for me to do a service for the community.”
In Lebanon, Art Hathaway and David Donovan are contesting the re-election of Ryan Patterson and Brian DeGennaro.
In the Wayne Local Schools, Darren Amburgy is challenging incumbents Dave Barton, Brad Conner and Danny McCloud.
McCloud is seeking his fifth term on the Wayne Local Schools Board of Education.
A resident of Waynesville for 60 of his 61 years, he said he continues to run for the office out of his attachment to the community and the school district.
“I love Waynesville, love the community, love students,” he said.