What offices are up for election?

WURD's political reporting guru, Vincent Thompson, graciously shared his vast knowledge of City government with us. We designed this section for busy people who want their information in short, fact-filled segments. After listening to each audio segment, you will be able to summarize the role of each office and begin to formulate your voting strategy.

Note: The offices appear in the same order as the voting machine and sample ballots.

 

Row 1 - JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT (STATEWIDE)  - Vote for not more than 2

Row 2 - JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS - Vote for not more than 6

Row 3 - JUDGE OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT - Vote for 1


 

Row 4 - MAYOR - Vote for 1


 

Row 5 - CITY COMMISSIONERS - Vote for not more than 2


 

Row 6 - REGISTER OF WILLS - Vote for 1


 

Row 7 - SHERIFF - Vote for 1


 

Row 8 - COUNCIL AT LARGE


 

Row 9 - District Council


 

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