Broz, current board president, announced Oct. 7 she planned to withdraw from the Nov. 5 election, citing personal obligations during an emotional announcement at a board meeting.
As of this week, however, she still hadn’t filed the paperwork necessary to formally withdraw from the election.
When contacted Friday, Huron County Board of Elections director Sharon Locke said Broz “recently indicated she is not going to pull out of the election.”
“Maybe she changed her mind,” Locke said. “As far as we’re concerned, she was on the ballot all along, as we never received anything official to take her name off of it.”
Broz and four other candidates are vying for three available seats on the board: John Aschemier, Kevin Cashen, Steve Linder and Rob Ludwig. Candidates elected will each serve a four-year term.
Broz has been a board member for 16 years. She did not return multiple calls and emails seeking comment on her candidacy this past month.
She did not answer a call to her home Friday, and it was not possible to leave a message.