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Casto selected for board of elections seat

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/3/2014

The Richland County Republican Party Executive Committee selected Mike Casto as their nominee to another term on the Richland County Board of Elections.

The Executive Committee voted by unanimous consent to send its recommendation to the Ohio Secretary of State, Jon Husted for appointment. When approved, the term of office will run until the end of February 2017.

Mike Casto, who is the current Republican Party Chairman, will begin his second term as Board member on March 1, 2014, is also the current Chairman of the Richland County Board of Elections.

Casto stated, “It has been a privilege to serve as my Party’s representative on the Elections Board for the past four years. I am honored and grateful to the Republican Executive Committee for the confidence they have shown me in the past and present. The Board has accomplished a great deal to ensure fair and honest elections in our county. I have a good working relationship with the Board staff, my fellow Republican Board member Jeff Wilkinson, and Democrat members Joe Mudra, and Lydia Reid. Richland County can be proud of its Board of Elections and be confident in the integrity of the election process in our county.”

Casto is the Court Administrator for the Richland County Juvenile Court, a graduate of the Ohio State University with a Masters of Business Administration degree, past president of Mansfield Rotary Club, a former member of the adjunct faculty at Ashland University, and a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.

He and his wife Cassandra live in Springfield Township, and have three adult children, eight grandchildren, and are members of Berean Baptist Church.

   
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