The Toledo City Council District seats are elected every four years and make up half of the twelve City Council seats. Their responsibilities include reviewing and approving the Mayor’s proposed budget, reviewing and approving the Mayor’s administrative appointments, and introducing and passing new laws.
Because the elected member of Toledo City Council District 6 resigned earlier this year, a special election is being held to determine who should hold that seat until the next regular election for the office in 2023.
Like all city-wide elected offices, the City Council At-District races are non-partisan. This means that even though a candidate may be endorsed and supported by a political party, the party name will not be stated on the ballot.
Voters can only vote for one candidate and must reside in district 6. If you are not sure district you reside in, you can use this either this map or this search tool to find out.
Candidates for Toledo City Council District 6 in 2019 include (click picture for more info):