Oxford-area voters’ ballot presented

By Eddie Mowen Jr. - emowen@civitasmedia.com

OXFORD — Issues appearing on next week’s General Election ballot for nearby Butler County voters include three for Hanover Township, and one for those outlying residents of the Preble Shawnee Local School District.

Voters in Hanover Township will vote on electric aggregation, a 1.75-mill additional (five-year) tax levy for current expenses, and a 5-year, 1.75-mill replacement and 1.75-mill increase for fire services.

Issue 19 on some Butler County voters’ ballots will be Preble Shawnee Local Schools’ school tax and bond issue, a 0.75 percent income tax for 23 years and 2.5-mill bond issue for a maximum 37 years, for construction of new school facilities.

Candidates appearing on ballots in Oxford include those for President and Vice President, options which include Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine (Dem.), Richard Duncan and Ricky Johnson (Nonparty), Gary Johnson & William Weld, Jill Stein & Ajamu Baraka (Green) and Donald J. Trump & Michael R. Pence (Rep.)

For U.S. Senator, voters will see Tom Connors (Nonparty), Joseph R. DeMare (Green), Rob Portman (Rep.), Scott Rupert (Nonparty) and Ted Strickland (Dem.)

For Representative to Congress, 8th District, Steven Fought (Dem.), Warren Davidson (Rep.) and Derrick James Hendricks (Green) will appear.

For State Senator, voters in the 4th District will see Republican Bill Coley of Middletown and Democrat John D. Kinne of Oxford.

For State Representative, voters in the 53rd District will choose between Republican Candice Keller and Democrat Suzi Rubin, both of Middletown.

For Butler County Sheriff, Republican Richard K. Jones faces Democratic candidate Dale Richter.

For Justice of the Supreme Court, for a term beginning Jan. 1, Pat Fischer faces John P. O’Donnell, while Pat DeWine faces Cynthia Rice for a seat with a term beginning Jan. 2.

By Eddie Mowen Jr.


Reach Eddie Mowen Jr. at 937-683-4056 or on Twitter @emowen_RH.

Reach Eddie Mowen Jr. at 937-683-4056 or on Twitter @emowen_RH.