Perrysburg judge race on May ballot PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 14 February 2013 10:49
The May 7 election will feature a primary contest among three GOP hopefuls for Perrysburg Municipal Court judge.
Candidates C. Drew Griffith, Molly Mack, and Aram Ohanian, all of the Perrysburg area, were certified as candidates for the seat Wednesday morning in a meeting conducted by the Wood County Board of Elections. All three filed as Republicans.
The Municipal Court post will be vacated at the end of the year by Judge Dwight Osterud, who is stepping down.
While no Democrats filed for the seat, Tom Mackin, a lawyer with Munger Co. LPA, Toledo, and a member of Perrysburg City Council since 1998, told the Sentinel-Tribune that he will be filing as an independent in the coming days. Independent candidates have until May 6 to file, and will be placed on the November ballot.
"I plan on running as a nonpartisan candidate" he said in an interview Tuesday, stating the judgeship "is by statute a nonpartisan position," and he plans to continue the tradition of nonpartisanship attached to the post.

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