It’s election time again. This time around there are candidates for city, township and school offices, plus state and local issues. Fairlawn-Bath Patch will give you details how to register to vote, how to vote by absentee and where to find your polling place. Save this Election Central page and check back for links to relevant articles, profiles on the candidates and other election news. There's also candidate profiles, issue stories and news on the latest candidate's night or fund-raising event.
Up for election on Nov. 8 are the Farlawn Mayor, Finance Director, four Fairlawn City Council seats, one Bath Township Trustee position, Bath Township Fiscal Officer, three Copley-Fairlawn School Board seats, a renewal levy for Copley-Fairlawn Schools and three Revere School Board seats.
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All races are non-partisan. Candidates political affiliation is drawn from public records of the Summit County Board of Elections
FAIRLAWN MAYORAL CANDIDATES
FAIRLAWN CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES
- (At Large) R
- (Ward 2) D
- (Ward 4)D
- (Ward 6) R
- (Ward 6) Non
COPLEY-FAIRLAWN SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION CANDIDATES
(Vote for no more than two below)
FAIRLAWN FINANCE DIRECTOR CANDIDATES
BATH TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES CANDIDATES
- Mark Figetakis R
BATH TOWNSHIP FISCAL OFFICER CANDIDATES
REVERE SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION CANDIDATES
(Vote for no more than three below)
Election profiles and issue coverage and events also are compiled on Fairlawn-Bath 2011 Election Facebook page.