Editor’s Note: This story has been corrected to explain that, “Current Loveland School Board Vice-President Kathryn Lorenz has picked up a packet of petitions to run for one of two open seats, however, she had not yet submitted petitions.”

Loveland, Ohio – As of June 6, the local election for elected offices may only be a popularity contest. Neither school board or council races have competition for the number of seats open. There are 3, four-year council at large seats open, and 2 open, four-year terms for the Loveland Board of Education.

Current Loveland Mayor Kathy Bailey and current councilmember Kent Blair have submitted nominating petitions to the Hamilton County Board of Elections (BOE) with sufficient signatures to qualify for the ballot.

Andrew Bateman who ran an unsuccessful race in 2017, picked up nominating petitions, however, he has not yet submitted them to the BOE.

Current Loveland School Board Vice-President Kathryn Lorenz has picked up a packet of petitions to run for one of two open seats, however, she had not yet submitted petitions. No one else had picked up petitions as of June 6.

The election is on November 6.

The Loveland School District is expected to place a bond issue to build new schools and renovate current buildings on the ballot. The City of Loveland is expected to ask voters to approve a revised Charter.



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