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Leadership UA Candidates Night


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The November 7 election will be here before we know it and finding time to learn about the candidates and issues coming before voters can be a challenge. But never fear…thanks to Leadership UA, Upper Arlington voters can do much of their pre-election homework at one time.

This year’s Issues and Candidates Night is scheduled for the evening of Thursday, October 5 at the Municipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Road. Beginning at 6 pm, guests can participate in an informal meet-and-greet with candidates. Then, at 7 pm, the event transitions to local issue and candidate remarks in the Council Chamber.

If you are unable to attend in person, the Q&A Forum can be viewed remotely via the following link:

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  • Passcode: 412050
  • Join by Phone: +1 305 224 1968 US | +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
  • Webinar ID: 814 4674 6392

After the event, a recording of the Q&A Forum will be made available via Leadership UA’s and the City’s websites.

If you have questions that you would like to submit in advance of the event, please direct them to [email protected].

As a reminder, three Upper Arlington City Council seats are on the ballot. Council President Brendan King is completing his second term on Council and is therefore unable to run for an additional term. Council member John Kulewicz is running to serve a second term. Council member Michaela Burriss has chosen not to seek reelection. Community members Heidi Munc, Andrej Rotter and Todd Walter have all filed with the Franklin County Board of Elections as candidates for a seat on Council.

Three seats on the Upper Arlington School Board are also on the ballot. Six community members have filed with the Franklin County Board of Elections: Incumbents Jenny McKenna and Lori Trent are seeking reelection; and community members Glen Dugger, Ruth Edmonds, Sumia Mohamed and Liz Stump are seeking election to serve their first term. Current School Board member, Nancy Drees, has chosen not to seek reelection.

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