(The people who ask for our votes every two or four years)
"With great power, comes great responsibility"
Every branch of government is ran by elected officials. Our goal is to connect Westside residents with our elected officials. The elected officials listed below have all appeared on our ballots. Take a moment to learn about their positions, read about the current individuals in different positions, and share the information with someone.
It is up to Westside residents to ensure our elected officials continue to represent our collective voices. It is also up to Westside residents to discuss our elected officials' contribution to our community!
Ohio Issue 1
A "yes" vote says courts can make it harder for people accused of a crime to be released on bail.
A "no" vote says courts cannot change the current standards for people accused of a crime to be released on bail.
Ohio Issue 2
A "yes" vote says U.S. noncitizens cannot vote in local elections.
A "no" vote says U.S. noncitizens can continue to follow local elections voting rules per area.
Sinclair Issue 10
A "yes" vote renews a 10-year tax levy that cost homeowners $25.40 per $100,000 in home value. If passed, the amount will not increase what homeowners are currently paying. This will generate $9.2. million for Sinclair Community College yearly.
A "no" vote says does not renew a 10-year tax levy. Homeowners will not see a charge of $25.40 per $100,000 in home value on their property.
Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Race
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Race
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Race
Patrick F. Fischer
R. Patrick DeWine