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Change your neighborhood: Vote in tomorrow’s general election

Change your neighborhood: Vote in tomorrow’s general election

Mike Thomas

With the excitement of the 2020 election cycle, it’s easy to forget that voting is happening at the municipal level this year as well. As a matter of fact, tomorrow, November 5, is your next chance to let your voice be heard!

If you haven’t been paying the closest attention to the issues and candidates that will appear on tomorrow’s ballot, don’t panic. It’s not too late to gather all of the information you’ll need to make an informed decision at the ballot box.

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To view sample ballots, check your voting status, find your polling location, and other practical information, visit the Franklin County Board of Elections website.

For information on the candidates and issues, the non-partisan League of Women Voters has been a trusted voice for nine decades. The LWV website is a great Election Day resource, and the organization’s vote411.org initiative can help you check your registration status and find a polling place your specific neighborhood.

Get out and make your voice heard, Central Ohio!

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