Candidates on the 2024 March 19th Ballot For Warren County Residents


LEBANON, OH -- On March 19, Warren County voters will be deciding on which candidates they want to see on the November ballot. While several of the positions are being uncontested, there are several positions that have more than one person running to be their party's nominee for November. 

On the 2024 spring ballot, there are three races that pertain to Warren County Residents: State Representative (56th House); State Representative (55th House); and Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas.

When it comes to State House of Representatives, Warren County is divided into two districts: District 56, which covers most of the Lebanon/Mason area, and District 55, which is the remaining part of Warren County. On the March 19th Ballot, the Democratic Party has one candidate running for  District 55 and one candidate running for District 56. The Republican Party, however, has to decide who will be on the November ballot to run against the Democratic Candidate.


(Due to term limits current State Rep Scott Lipps cannot run again for this position.)

      DISTRICT 56

      Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas

      According to The County Court Clerk ..."is responsible for maintaining court records, authenticating court orders and judgements, and administering oaths to witnesses and jurors."

      One person will be elected in November. Term starts on 01/06/2025 & Ends on 12/31/2028

      • Democrat Candidates: none
      • Republicans Candidates:
        • Scott Male: worked as a Chief Investigator for Warren County, Ohio
        • Breighton Smith: Currently on Lebanon City Council. He has a website

      State Central Committee

      The Republican Party in District 7, which is all of Warren County and a portion of Hamilton County, will be voting on members for the State Central Committee. 

      On, the State Central Committees are..."the controlling committees of each major political party. They manage the affairs of the statewide party, are responsible for its day to day operations; direct general policy; direct and conduct campaign activities; and assist the party in its fundraising efforts. A state central committee consists of two members, one a man and one a woman, from each state senate district. Currently, committee members of the Republican political party serve two-year terms, and members of the Democratic party serve four-year terms."

      Member of State Central Committee, Woman (REPUBLICAN)

      Member of State Central Committee, Man (REPUBLICAN)

      • Ron Maag - Incumbent. To learn more visit his Facebook Page.
      • Christian M. Mays: Endorsed by Ohio Conservative Pac & Ohio Citizens Pac. To learn visit his Facebook Page
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