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Appeals Court Judge Candidate Speaks At Republican Luncheon

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 10/1/2012

An Appeals Court judge candidate and the leaders of two money issue campaigns on the November ballot spoke Monday during the Richland County Republican Party's luncheon.

Mansfield Mayor Tim Theaker says the city needs a four-year quarter-percent income tax increase to raise $3-million a year to offset revenue losses and rising costs, and pay off a million dollars of debt. 

Mansfield-Richland County Public Library Director Joe Palmer says they need a 2 mill renewal and additional 1.9 mill levy to offset state funding cuts and maintain the buildings.

And Jeanette Moll, a former Guernsey County Common Pleas Court magistrate, is running for judge on the Fifth District Court of Appeals.

She says with years of working in one of Ohio's smaller counties, she can bring a perspective to the appeals court that has been lacking. 

Moll is challenging incumbent Fifth District Appeals Court Judge Patricia Delaney.

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