Ginther Wins, Second Spot Undecided For Columbus Mayoral Primary

Andrew Ginther has won one of the two spots for the Columbus mayoral candidacy in the general election, with the second spot still undecided.

Ginther was the first to be announced as a winner earlier in the evening, garnering more than 50 percent of the votes.

The second spot for the candidacy was undecided between Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott and the only Republican candidate for the office, Dr. Terry Boyd.

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