Newly elected Hudson mayor Shubert says he will listen to residents, address finances
HUDSON (November 7, 2019) — Mayor-elect Craig Shubert said resident feedback is critical to shaping the future of Hudson. Because of concerns over past spending, the new mayor will call for a 119-day moratorium on non-essential spending and a hiring freeze to last six-to-12 months.
Hudson mayor defeated by challenger
HUDSON (November 5, 2019) — For the first time in Hudson's 220-year history, the siting mayor has been defeated by a challenger. Craig Shubert will become the City's 56th mayor on Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
Mayoral candidate responds to Phase II vote
HUDSON (May 8, 2019) — Mayoral candidate Craig Shubert released this statement following the outcome of the advisory vote on the Downtown Redevelopment Phase II project:
"I am glad the people of Hudson were given a chance to speak on this issue ..."
Mayor's race heats up in Hudson
HUDSON (April 8, 2019) — The mayor’s race is beginning to take shape as both the incumbent and a challenger have announced their plans to seek the four-year seat this fall. David Basil, who was elected in 2015, will seek a second term in office. Craig Shubert, who sought the Republican nomination for the Ohio House 37th District seat in 2018, said he, has decided to run for the office, as well.
Craig Shubert announces campaign for Hudson Mayor
HUDSON (April 7, 2019) — A former candidate for the Ohio House of Representatives has announced he will seek the office of Hudson Mayor in the November 5 general election. Craig A. Shubert, 62, said he wants to see a return to common sense governance.