The longtime Cuyahoga Falls resident, and husband of former Ward 5 councilwoman Diana Colavecchio, takes the council seat left vacant when his Diana became Stow Clerk of Courts last month
The name of Cuyahoga Falls' newest city council member will sound pretty familiar to those who follow local government. Paul Colavecchio replaces his wife, Diana Colavecchio, as the city's Ward 5 council person. Members of the Democratic Precinct Committee for Ward 5 unanimously approved him for the seat inside the Nervous Dog in Stow Wednesday night. Paul Colavecchio said that night he plans to follow in his wife's "big, little shoes." I intend to continue the hard work that my wife did when she was here and take my job very seriously," he told Cuyahoga Falls Patch. Diana Colavecchio was appointed to be the new Stow Clerk of Courts in January, leaving an open seat on council. Paul Colavecchio, a local attorney, said having a legal-…
Colavecchio beat out fellow democrat Jason Cowling, of Clinton, by almost 2,000 votes in the March primary. He will face off against incumbent Anthony DeVitis in November.
Name : Mr. Paul Colavecchio Job titles held : NA Employers : NA Party affiliation : Democrat Running for a: State office Running for position: Ohio House District 36 representative Chamber/district: Ohio House District 36 Incumbent: No Previous elective offices : NA Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: NA Address 438 Grant St. Akron OH 44311 Website : http://votecolavecchio.com/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/VoteColavecchio
Cuyahoga Falls resident will face Incumbent Republican Anthony DeVitis on November ballot.
Cuyahoga Falls Democrat Paul Colavecchio will advance to the November general election to challenge incumbent Republican Anthony DeVitis for his Ohio House District 36 seat. Colavecchio maintained a strong lead over fellow Democrat Jason Cowling of Clinton in Tuesday's primary race to determine who would appear on the November ballot. These are the unofficial results from the Summit County Board of Elections with all 113 precincts counted: