Ohio Primary Is Tuesday March 19, 2024


LEBANON, OH -- This Tuesday is The Primary Election Day for Ohioans. It is the day many will  cast their vote on who they want to be their party's candidate on the November Ballot. And while the Presidential Candidates seem to have already been chosen: Donald J. Trump for the Republican Party and Joseph R. Biden, Jr for Democrat Party, there are still many other candidates for other positions that need to be decided. 

For U.S. Senate — the  Republican Party must choose between Matt Dolan, Frank Larose or Bernie Moreno to run against Democrat Incumbent Sherrod Brown.

For Justice of the Supreme Court —Warren County Democrats will help decide on Tuesday if Lisa Forbes or Terri Jamison will run against Republican Daniel Hawkins in November. 

Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas — Warren County Republicans will choose if Scott Male or Breighton Smith will be on the November ballot, in which there is no Democrat candidate running. 

Republicans will also be deciding on one  man and one woman to represent them on the Member of State Central Committee. 

  • Running for the Woman Rep: Kelly Kohls and Diane Cunningham Redden
  • Running for the Man Rep: Ron Maag and Christian Mays

State Representative for District 56 — Republicans in District 56, which consist of Lebanon and Mason area, have three candidates from which to choose to run against Democrat Cleveland Canova in November. Running to represent the Republican Party in November are: Kathy Grossman, Incumbent Adam Mathews or Heather Salyer. 

State Representative for District 55 — Republicans in District 56, which consist of the areas not in Lebanon or Mason area will choose who they want to be their candidate to run against Democrat Laura Marie Davis in November. The two Republican candidates running against each other are Ben Mccullough and C.Michelle Teska.

Along with these decisions, there are six school districts within Warren County asking for levies and or bonds to pass.

Clinton Massie Local School District is asking for a 5-year .5 percent income tax.

Franklin City School District is seeking an addition 6.301 mills for 5 years.

Kings Local School District is asking for a bond of 5.971 mills to pass.

Wayne Locals School District is asking its residents for an additional 1.65 mills for 5-years.

Goshen Local School District is seeking for a bond of 2.9 mils to pass. 

Warren County Career Center is seeking a 0.618 mills bond issue and  0.2 mills Tax levy.

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