by David Miller

Loveland, Ohio – On Thursday night the six candidates competing to be elected to Loveland City Council were the guests of Loveland Magazine and the Little Miami River Chamber Alliance at the Loveland Middle School.

LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV broadcast the evening “Live” on our FaceBook Page.

Here is the re-broadcast of the telecast.

Next Thursday, October 21, the Loveland School Board candidates will come together for a similar forum in the Loveland Middle School/Intermediate School Cafeteria at 7 PM. Loveland High School alum, Ricky Mulvey will be the emcee for the evening.

Candidates for Loveland City Council (4 to be elected to a 4 year term)

Tim Butler – 1102 Hickory Ridge Dr.

John Hart – 11349 S. Lebanon Rd. 

Kim Lukens – 142 Hounds Run

Neal Oury – 401 Lowell St.

Ted Phelps – 137 Pleasant Lake Dr.

Kip Ping – 918 W. Loveland Ave.

Dave H. Stanton – 208 Sentry Hill Dr. (Withdrawn from Race)

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The Loveland Magazine Election Guide

Loveland City Council

Candidates for Loveland City Council (4 to be elected to a 4 year term)

Tim Butler – 1102 Hickory Ridge Dr.

John Hart – 11349 S. Lebanon Rd. 

Kim Lukens – 142 Hounds Run

Neal Oury – 401 Lowell St.

Ted Phelps – 137 Pleasant Lake Dr.

Kip Ping – 918 W. Loveland Ave.

Dave H. Stanton – 208 Sentry Hill Dr. (Withdrawn from Race)

Current members of Loveland Council

Kathy Bailey, Mayor (Term Ends December 2023)

Robert Weisgerber, Vice Mayor (Term ends December 6, 2021)

Andy Bateman (Term Ends December 2023)

Ted Phelps (Term ends December 6, 2021)

Tim Butler (Term ends December 6, 2021)

Neal Oury (Term ends December 6, 2021)

Kent Blair (Term Ends December 2023)


Loveland City School District

Member of Board of Education (3 to be elected to a 4-year term)

Colette Boyko – 11997 Riveroaks Dr.

Anna Bunker – 1020 Oakland Dr.

Jonathan Eilert – 716 Quailwoods Dr.

Elliot Grossman – 957 Ashire Ct.

Al Juram – 6399 Mueller Lakes Ln.

Elizabeth Mason – 1867 Timberidge Dr.

Michele Pettit – 40 Buckeye Ct. (Pettit petition to run again for school board rejected by BOE Read more…)

Eric L. Schwetschenau – 1211 Red Roan Ln.

Eileen Washburn – 10923 Rednor Ct.


Member of Board of Education (1 to be elected – Unexpired term ending 12-31-2023)

Kevin M. Dougherty – 12021 Millstone Ct, 45140


Current members of Loveland School Board

Dr. Kathryn Lorenz, Board President (Term expires 12/31/23)

Kevin Dougherty, Board Vice President (Term expires 12/31/21)

Michele Pettit, Board Member (Term Expires 12/31/21)

Dr. Eric Schwetschenau, Board Member (Term expires 12/31/21)

Eileen Washburn, Board Member (Term Expires 12/31/21)

August 23 – Write-in candidates must file declarations of intent by 4 p.m. (72 days before general election

September 17 – Military & Overseas Absentee Voting begins (46 Days Before Election Day)

October 4 – Deadline for voter registration for Nov. 2 general election (30 days before general election)*

October 5 – Early In-Person Voting begins and includes the Saturday, Sunday and the Monday before Election Day

October 5 – Absentee Voting By Mail begins (28 Days Before Election Day)

October 11 – Board of Elections Closed to In-Person Voting (Columbus Day).

October 30 – Applications for absentee ballots to be mailed for Nov. 2 general election must be received by boards of elections by noon (3 days before general election)

November 2 – General Election Day. Polls open at 6:30 AM and close at 7:30 PM.



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