When requesting a Libertarian Party ballot in the primary election, a voter will be be permitted to vote on which candidates should represent the party in governance ahead of the November general election.
The March 17 primary election for the Libertarian Party contains a contested race for state central committee as well as two issues.
State Central Committee, District 9
The state central committee is the governing body of the Libertarian Party of Ohio and manages party operations throughout the state. Its responsibilities include electing a Central Committee Chairman, electing an Executive Committee with officers, and filling certain vacancies that that occur as a result of withdrawals, resignations, or deaths of party members.
Libertarian candidates for State Central Committee, District 9 in 2020 include (click picture for more info):
(Note: You can vote for up to two candidates in this race)
Issues 1 and 3 will be on the ballot for Toledo voters. For more information, see the Issues and Levies page.
Click this link to see a complete list of all candidates, included those in uncontested races.