Nathan Eberly files for at-large city council as independent

Nathan Eberly

Submitted by NATHAN EBERLY

At the deadline for Independent candidates for City Council At-Large, Nathan Eberly has submitted petitions to the Board of Elections for verification in hoeps of being certified to appear on the November 2017 ballot. The November General Election is expected to have at  least six candidates with Eberly joining the race in official status, pending verification and certification by the Board of Elections.

Nathan Eberly is a Financial Representative with Modern Woodmen of America here in Bowling Green. Eberly is a volunteer for several organizations in town including the Brown Bag Food Project, the Wood County Humane Society, Wood Lane Levy Committee, and others. He is a member of the Exchange Club of Bowling Green and has been an active volunteer for a range of projects. Further, Eberly is very involved and active in the Chamber of Commerce, assisting the Business Council, Governmental Affairs Committee, and ACT BG.

In December 2016 Eberly, seeing a need for an organization focused on young professionals including BGSU graduates and students, formed the Bowling Green Young Professionals Association.

The next step in the process is waiting for the certification of the petitions and the official adding of Eberly as an Independent candidate on the November General Election ballot. This will come after the Primary Election for tomorrow, May 2, and along side the election certification process for the election results.

Eberly is holding a Coffee with the Candidate chat May 12 between 7:30m and 9:30 a.m. at Biggby Coffee in Bowling Green. This will be the fifth installment of the Coffee with the Candidate events that Eberly has held since his announcement of desire to run for Council in December 2016.