Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Bellevue City School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Bellevue City School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within the Bellevue City School District.
  • Be a registered elector of the Bellevue City School District.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Bellevue City School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures
  3. File petitions with the Sandusky County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 Sandusky County Board of Elections.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Buckeye Central Local School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Buckeye Central Local School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within the Buckeye Central Local School District.
  • Be a registered elector of the Buckeye Central Local School District.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Buckeye Central Local School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures
  3. File petitions with the Crawford County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 Crawford County Board of Elections. 

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Edison Local School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Edison Local School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within the Edison Local School District.
  • Be a registered elector of the Edison Local School District.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Edison Local School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 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. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are seven members of the ESC Mid Ohio School District Board of Education.
    • This office has 1 open seat in Crawford County and will be on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office has 1 open seat in Morrow County and will be on the ballot in 2021.
    • 5 seats are in Richland County:
      • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
      • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2021.  
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are nine members of the ESC North Central School District Board of Education.
    • This office has 1 seat within Huron County.
      • Voters are eligible to vote on this seat if they are residents of Norwich Township, Richmond Township, and Sherman Township.
    • This open seat will be on the ballot in 2021.  
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are eight members of the ESC North Point School District Board of Education.
    • 5 seats are in Erie County:
      • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
      • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2021. 
    • 3 seats are in Huron County:
      • This office will have 1 open seat on the ballot in 2023.
      • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2021.  
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Monroeville Local School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Monroeville Local School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

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

How do I run for Monroeville Local School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 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. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the New London Local School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for New London Local School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

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

How do I run for New London Local School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 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. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Norwalk City School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Norwalk City School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within the Norwalk City School District.
  • Be a registered elector of the Norwalk City School District.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Norwalk City School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 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. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Plymouth-Shiloh Local School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Plymouth-Shiloh Local School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within the Plymouth-Shiloh Local School District.
  • Be a registered elector of the Plymouth-Shiloh Local School District.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Plymouth-Shiloh Local School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 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. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Seneca East Local School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Seneca East Local School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within the Seneca East Local School District.
  • Be a registered elector of the Seneca East Local School District.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Seneca East Local School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures
  3. File petitions with the Seneca County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 Seneca County Board of Elections.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the South Central Local School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for South Central Local School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within the South Central Local School District.
  • Be a registered elector of the South Central Local School District.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for South Central Local School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 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. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Wellington Exempted Village School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Wellington Exempted Village School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

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

How do I run for Wellington Exempted Village School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures
  3. File petitions with the Lorain County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the General election. (R.C. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 Lorain County Board of Elections.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Western Reserve Local School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Western Reserve Local School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within the Western Reserve Local School District.
  • Be a registered elector of the Western Reserve Local School District.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Western Reserve Local School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 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. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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 of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are elected in odd year General Elections.
  • There are five Members of the Willard City School District Board of Education.
    • This office will have 2 open seats on the ballot in 2023.
    • This office will have 3 open seats on the ballot in 2021.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 3313.09)
  • Each term begins on January 1st following the election. (R.C. 3313.09)

What are the requirements to run for Willard City School Board?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within the Willard City School District.
  • Be a registered elector of the Willard City School District.
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for Willard City School Board?

  1. Complete petition form 3-T.  (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.254)
    • Collect between 25 and 75 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. 3513.254, 3513.255)
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $30.00. (R.C. 3513.10, 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.