We’ve all been hearing and reading (a lot) about the November 2020 election. That’s understandable, given that we’ll be voting on presidential and congressional candidates, among others, a year from now. But we can’t let next year’s election overshadow those preceding it, including today’s.
Here in Northeast Ohio, voters will decide on tax levies and among numerous candidates vying for seats on school boards and city councils and for offices including mayor.
If you didn’t vote early at your Board of Elections or by mail, you can cast a ballot at your local precinct today between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Find out what’s on your ballot here.
Voting costs you nothing but a bit of your time. Not voting costs you and everyone else with a stake in the election’s outcome much more.