Local Elections in Englewood

November 2nd, the first Tuesday of November is Englewood’s Election Day.


Dayton Daily News

Thomas Franz, Englewood’s current Mayor.

Madisyn Dorko, Staff Writer

November 2nd is the first Tuesday of November, making it the official Election Day for the local and statewide elections all over the country. 

Options for non-in person voting will be available as it was in the country’s general election in 2020, such as mail in voting ballots due to Covid 19 guidelines and recommendations. In person voting will still be available. 

The voting polls will open at 6:30 in the morning and they will be closing at 7:30 late that night, and absentee voting will be required to be sent in 29 days prior to the election taking place. Military/overseas voting has a 45 day requirement. 

As for Englewood Ohio Thomas Franz Jr, who is the current mayor, he will be running for reelection as well as some city council members, though there will be some local government officials retiring and there will be some new faces entering our offices. 

According to Dayton Daily News, Franz served as the Vice Mayor from 1998 until 2019 as well as being on the planning commission from 1983 until 2008, having a successful career in politics over the years. 

While there will most likely be some changes made to our local government, it is safe to say that election day should run smoothly as always. 

On Englewood.oh.us you can find information about different candidates and ways to help you figure out how to vote. There’s plenty of information about Englewood, Ohio with other information available to help with questions. You can also find local news and announcements on their site.