Greenwich

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for Mayor of Greenwich Village are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There is one Mayor of Greenwich Village.
  • This seat will be on the ballot in 2023.
  • Each term is 4 years. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)

What are the requirements to run for Mayor of Greenwich Village?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Greenwich Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Greenwich Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Mayor of Greenwich Village?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

Background about the Office:

  • Candidates for Greenwich Village Council are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • Greenwich Village Council members are elected at-large.
  • There are six council seats.
    • Two seats are on the ballot in 2023.
    • Four seats are on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 733.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 733.09)

What are the requirements to run for Greenwich Village Council?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Greenwich Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Greenwich Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Greenwich Village Council?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

Milan

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for Mayor of Milan Village are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There is one Mayor of Milan Village.
  • This seat will be on the ballot in 2023.
  • Each term is 4 years. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)

What are the requirements to run for Mayor of Milan Village?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Milan Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Milan Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Mayor of Milan Village?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the  Erie County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Erie County Board of Elections.

Background about the Office:

  • Candidates for Milan Village Council are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are six council seats.
    • Two seats are on the ballot in 2023.
    • Four seats are on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 733.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 733.09)

What are the requirements to run for Milan Village Council?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Milan Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Milan Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Milan Village Council?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Erie County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Erie County Board of Elections.

Monroeville

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for Mayor of Monroeville Village are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There is one Mayor of Monroeville Village.
  • This seat will be on the ballot in 2023.
  • Each term is 4 years. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)

What are the requirements to run for Mayor of Monroeville Village?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Monroeville Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Monroeville Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Mayor of Monroeville Village?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

Background about the Office:

  • Candidates for Monroeville Village Council are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • Monroeville Village Council members are elected at-large.
  • There are six council seats.
    • Two seats are on the ballot in 2023.
    • Four seats are on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 733.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 733.09)

What are the requirements to run for Monroeville Village Council?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Monroeville Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Monroeville Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Monroeville Village Council?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

New London

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for Mayor of New London Village are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There is one Mayor of New London Village.
  • This seat will be on the ballot in 2023.
  • Each term is 4 years. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)

What are the requirements to run for Mayor of New London Village?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within New London Village.
  • Be a registered elector of New London Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Mayor of New London Village?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

Background about the Office:

  • Candidates for New London Village Council are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • New London Village Council members are elected at-large.
  • There are six council seats.
    • Two seats are on the ballot in 2023.
    • Four seats are on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 733.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 733.09)

What are the requirements to run for New London Village Council?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within New London Village.
  • Be a registered elector of New London Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for New London Village Council?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

North Fairfield

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for Mayor of North Fairfield Village are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • This seat will be on the ballot in 2023.
  • Each term is 4 years. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)

What are the requirements to run for Mayor of North Fairfield Village?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within North Fairfield Village.
  • Be a registered elector of North Fairfield Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Mayor of North Fairfield Village?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

Background about the Office:

  • Candidates for North Fairfield Village Council are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • North Fairfield Village Council members are elected at-large.
  • There are six council seats.
    • Two seats are on the ballot in 2023.
    • Four seats are on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 733.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 733.09)

What are the requirements to run for North Fairfield Village Council?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within North Fairfield Village.
  • Be a registered elector of North Fairfield Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for North Fairfield Village Council?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

Plymouth

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for Mayor of Plymouth Village are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • This seat will be on the ballot in 2023.
  • Each term is 4 years. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)

What are the requirements to run for Mayor of Plymouth Village?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Plymouth Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Plymouth Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Mayor of Plymouth Village?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Richland County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Richland County Board of Elections.

Background about the Office:

  • Candidates for Plymouth Village Council are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • Plymouth Village Council members are elected at-large.
  • There are six council seats.
    • Two seats are on the ballot in 2023.
    • Four seats are on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 733.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 733.09)

What are the requirements to run for Plymouth Village Council?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Plymouth Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Plymouth Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Plymouth Village Council?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Richland County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Richland County Board of Elections.

Wakeman

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for Mayor of Wakeman Village are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There is one Mayor of Wakeman Village.
  • This seat will be on the ballot in 2023.
  • Each term is 4 years. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (OH Const. Art.XVIII §7; R.C. 733.02, 733.24)

What are the requirements to run for Mayor of Wakeman Village?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Wakeman Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Wakeman Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Mayor of Wakman Village?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections

Background about the Office:

  • Candidates for Wakeman Village Council are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • Wakeman Village Council members are elected at-large.
  • There are six council seats.
    • Two seats are on the ballot in 2023.
    • Four seats are on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 733.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 733.09)

What are the requirements to run for Wakeman Village Council?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Wakeman Village.
  • Be a registered elector of Wakeman Village.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Wakeman Village Council?

  1. Complete petition form 3-O.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.251)
    • Collect between 10 and 30 signatures.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.251, 3513.261)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 3513.251, 3513.261)

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.