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4 Candidates Likely To Appear On Columbus Mayoral Primary Ballot

February 4th was the filing deadline to be a candidate in Columbus’ mayoral election. It appears that voters will likely have four candidates to choose from in a May primary. The Franklin County Board of Elections says 3 Democrats and one Republican have submitted paperwork to run for mayor of Columbus. The candidates are Republican Terry Boyd and Democrats Andrew Ginther, James Ragland and Zachary Scott. Signatures on petitions turned in by the deadline still have to be certified. The four will then appear on the primary ballot in May. The election is non-partisan. The two highest vote getters will appear on the November mayoral ballot.