Nov. 3 Election Day: Everything you need to know

Over 61,000 voters cast ballots so far in Ohio's election. (Source: WOIO)
Over 61,000 voters cast ballots so far in Ohio's election. (Source: WOIO)

Tuesday, November 3 is election day across the country.

Polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

If you have an absentee ballot, you may drop it off at your local Board of Elections until 7:30 p.m.

While there are no federal elections in Ohio, there are three state issues to be decided:

  • State Issue 1: Creates a bipartisan, public process for drawing legislative districts
  • State Issue 2: Anti-monopoly amendment; protects the initiative process from being used for personal economic benefit
  • State Issue 3: Grants a monopoly for the commercial production and sale of marijuana for recreational and medicinal purposes



There are also a number of local issues for voters to decide:

Voters each of Ohio's 88 counties will cast ballots on a total of 1,736 local issues, including levies for police and fire services as well as school funding and other issues.

Each county has its own Board of Elections. Each BoE provides a sample ballot based on where voters live and what issues they will decide.

Still have some questions?

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