Important Dates and
Info for Voters
On November 8th the citizens of Columbus will choose their representatives on Columbus City Council. Each voter will choose four names, and the four candidates with the most votes will be seated on City Council. Please make my name, Mark Noble, one of the names you choose.
October 10th - Voter registration deadline!
October 4th - Absentee Voting Begins
November 8th - Election Day
Questions and Answers
Why should Columbus attract new business?
New business means new jobs and new money in our city's economy. Jobs and money - isn't that what's on everyone's mind right now?
Is it possible to grow employment?
We have a skilled workforce, ample housing in great neighborhoods for raising families. What's missing is jobs - and jobs happen when business thrives.
How can we make a stable future?
We can offer economic certainty to residents and businesses that employ them. The city should be an asset and an ally - not an obstacle. Responsible spending is key.
Can we keep our neighborhoods safe?
When someone is sick you treat the cause, not the symptoms. When our neighborhoods are sick, what do we do? We treat the causes, which are: dwindling economic opportunities, failing drug policy, and a struggling housing market.
- A lifelong resident of the area, having lived in Columbus proper for over 10 years.
- Currently working as a Software Engineer at Ohio’s first and most popular tuition-free online public school, based in Columbus.
- Experienced at delivering technical solutions for many of Columbus’s largest businesses – banking, real estate, insurance, marketing, manufacturing, and state government.
- An active leader with the third largest political party in the US, the Libertarian Party, for the past five years with a focus on ballot access reform and party growth.