- Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF
Voters in Logan and Champaign counties spoke out on the drug addiction crisis impacting rural America as they markedly supported the local Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Services Board replacement levy.
Bellefontaine City Schools garnered overwhelming support for its pair of renewal levies in Tuesday’s general election, passing each issue by large margins, and officials said the results bode well for the district’s financial future.
Local issues received overwhelming support at the polls Tuesday, including the countywide road and bridge sales tax, utilities aggregation, two liquor options and two each village and township issues.
It was an election of different sorts Tuesday at Indian Lake Elementary School where kindergarten students campaigned for Farmer Brown or Duck.