Everything on the Ballot in Meigs County on Nov. 8, 2022

Everything on the Ballot in Meigs County on Nov. 8, 2022

POMEROY, Ohio – Meigs County residents will be choosing seats for state and county government, state constitutional amendments and local levy renewals and replacements. Syracuse village residents will also be choosing to allow liquor sales at a business.

Polls are open on November 8, 2022 from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Information below is listed similarly to what it will appear on the ballot.

State

For Governor/Lt. Governor
Mike DeWine/Jon Husted (R)
Nan Whaley/Cheryl L. Stephens (D)

Attorney General
Jeffrey A. Crossman (D)
David Yost (R)

Auditor of State
Keith Fabre (R)
Taylor Sappington (D)

Secretary of State
Chelsea Clark (D)
Frank LaRose (R)
Terpsehore Tore Maras

Treasurer of State
Scott Schertzer (D)
Robert Sprague (R)

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
(Full term to commence 1/1/23)
Jennifer Bruner (D)
Sharon L. Kennedy (R)

Justice of Supreme Court
(Full term to commence 1/1/23)
Pat Fischer (R)
Terri Jamison (D)

Justice of Supreme Court
(Full term to commence 1/2/23)
Pat DeWine (R)
Marilyn Zara’s (D)

U.S. Senator
Tim Ryan (D)
JD Vance (R)

Representative to Congress
Samantha Meadows (D)
Brad Wenstrup (R)

94th District State Representative
Tanya Conrath (D)
Jay Edwards (R)

Judge of the Court of Appeals 4th District
(Full term to commence 2/9/23)
Kristy Wilkin (R)

Meigs County

County Commissioner
James E. Keesee, II
Zachary B. Manuel (R)

County Auditor
Mary T. Byer Hill (R)

County Treasurer
Tim Ihle (R)

Amendments to the Ohio Constitution

Issue 1

Constitutional Amendment
The proposed amendment would:

  • Require Ohio Courts, when setting the amount of bail, to consider public safety, including the seriousness of the offense, as well as a person’s criminal record, the likelihood a person will return to court, and any other factor the Ohio General Assembly may prescribe.
  • Remove the requirement that procedures for establishing the amount and conditions of bail be determined by the Supreme Court of Ohio. If passed, the amendment will be effective immediately.
    If approved, the amendment would be effective immediately.
    Shall the Amendment be approved?
    Yes
    No

Issue 2

Constitutional Amendment
To prohibit local government form allowing non-electors to vote.
The proposed Constitutional Amendment would:

  • Require that only a citizen of the United States, who is at least 18 years of age and who has been a legal resident and registered voter for at least 30 days, can vote at any state or local election held in this state.
  • Prohibit local governments from allowing a person to vote in local elections if they are not legally qualified to vote in state elections.
    If passed, the proposed amendment would be effective immediately.
    Shall the Amendment be approved?
    Yes
    No

Meigs County Renewals

Senior Citizens
Proposed Tax Levy Renewal
A renewal of a tax for the benefit of Meigs County for the purpose of providing and maintaining Senior Citizens Services or Facilities (Meigs County Council on Aging, Inc. Multipurpose Senior Citizen Center) at a rate not exceeding one and six tenths (1.6) mills for each one dollar of valuation which amounts to sixteen cents ($0.16) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for 5 years, commencing in 2022, first due in calendar year 2023.
For the Tax Levy
Against the Tax Levy

Library
Proposed Tax Levy Renewal
A renewal of a tax for the benefit of Meigs County District Public Library for the purpose of current expenses at a rate not exceeding one (1) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to ten cents ($0.10) for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for 5 years, commencing in 2022, first due in calendar year 2023.
For the Tax Levy
Against the Tax Levy

Township and Village Levy Replacements

Columbia Township

Road maintenance levy replacement for one and two tenths (1.2) mills for 5 years commencing in 2023, first due in calendar year 2024.
For
Against

Rutland Township

Cemetery Levy Renewal
Renewal for three tenths (0.3) mills for 5 years commencing in 2022, first due in calendar year 2023.
For
Against

Middleport Village

Fire Protection
Replacement levy for fire protection one (1) mill for 5 years commencing 2023, first due in calendar year 2024.
For
Against

Fire Protection
Renewal levy for fire protection three (3) mills for 5 years commencing 2023, first due calendar year 2024.
For
Against

Pomeroy Village

Fire Protection
Renewal levy for three (3) mills for 5 years commencing 2023, first due calendar year 2024.
For
Against

Fire Protection
Renewal levy for one (1) mill for 5 years commencing 2023, first due calendar year 2024.
For
Against

Village Current Expenses
Renewal levy for current expenses 1.9 mills for 5 years, commencing 2023, first due calendar year 2024.
For
Against

Street Maintenance
Renewal levy for street maintenance two (2) mills for 5 years, commencing 2023, first due calendar year 2024.
For
Against

Syracuse Village

Current Expenses
Renewal levy for current expenses one (1) mill for 5 years, commencing 2022, first due calendar year 2023.
For
Against

Local Liquor Option
Local liquor sales at TNT Pit Stop 3 for the sale of beer, wine, and mixed beverages.
Yes
No

Sunday Sales
Sunday sales at TNT Pit Stop 3 for sale of beer, wine, and mixed beverages.
Yes
No