Incumbents still unopposed |

Incumbents still unopposed

Patrick Parkinson, Of the Record staff

With only three days left for candidates to file to seek elected positions in county government, nobody declared their candidacy on Tuesday.

Nine elected offices in Summit County will be on the Nov. 7 ballot and two challengers had filed Tuesday afternoon.

Democrat Ron Perry plans to oppose Summit County Assessor Barbara Kresser, another Democrat. While Democrat Cindy LoPiccolo has filed to run against Democratic Summit County Clerk Sue Follett.

Other Democratic incumbents who have filed for another term are: Summit County Auditor Blake Frazier, County Recorder Alan Spriggs and Summit County Commissioners Ken Woolstenhulme and Bob Richer.

All three Republican incumbents Summit County Sheriff Dave Edmunds, Treasurer Glen Thompson and Summit County Attorney David Brickey have filed to run for office.

For information about how to file as a candidate contact the County Clerk’s Office at 615-3203. Elected officials in Summit County are currently paid the following salaries:

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Summit County commissioners are paid $53,186 per year. The filing fee to run for commissioner is $265.93.

The Summit County assessor, auditor, clerk, recorder and treasurer are paid $76,773 per year. The filing fee for these offices is $383.86.

The Summit County attorney is paid a salary of $99,133. The cost to file to run for attorney is $495.66.

The Summit County sheriff is paid $80,954 per year. The filing fee for sheriff’s office candidates is $404.77.