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Step 3: Complete the Petitions
The petitioner uses Form 5-S, which contains the following information:
1. A notice that the petition is for the submission of the question set forth in the Ohio Revised Code, and
2. The name and address of the community facility for which the local liquor option election is sought and, if the community facility is a community entertainment district, the district’s boundaries.
Note: A circulator of a local liquor option petition is not required to be a resident or elector of the state of Ohio.
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