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almost Election Day, when voters will decide who will lead Toledo for the next
the race, the two independent candidates – Mayor Mike Bell and Councilman
Michael Collins – have sparred over issues important to the people of the Glass
two candidates don't campaign the same way, and are very different, but they
both want the same thing: to be mayor.
be very honest with you, it just hit me, just within the last maybe eight
hours, that the campaign is coming to an end," Collins said.
calls himself the ‘David' in this race – an underdog. But he says his
volunteers worked long hours to spread his message of change. He says one of
his first priorities if he were to win is to re-open the Northwest District
Police Station, which was closed by the Bell administration.
says he will staff the building with a special victims and domestic violence
going to go through it," he said. "We're going to see what it needs and how to
bring it back and make it presentable."
Bell spent the last night before the election as a guest bartender at Chuck's
on Monroe Street. It was a chance to unwind after a long campaign season.
just winding down, socializing and being here at Chuck's and being able to hang
out with regular people," he said.
says his campaign picked up the pace since the September primary, making sure
voters know what he stands for and the difference between him and Collins. He
says he wants another four years to keep the city on the path to success.
my standpoint and my team, I think we've done everything we could and we're
going to leave it all on the field, so it's all good," he said.
candidates will vote in the morning on Tuesday, then greet voters at the polls.