It’s Election Day: Where do you vote? What’s on the ballot?

Here's a tutorial on how to use our Voting Guide for the May 2019 election. Compare candidates, read about various issues, and record your choices for reference on Election Day!
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Here's a tutorial on how to use our Voting Guide for the May 2019 election. Compare candidates, read about various issues, and record your choices for reference on Election Day!

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Credit: HANDOUT

Tuesday, Nov. 5  is Election Day and there’s a lot on the ballot.

There are more than 200 races and issues on the ballot across the Dayton-Springfield-Middletown region including school levies, mayor, city council and township races, school board races and more.

Here’s some basic info you need for Election Day:

You will need to vote at your assigned voting precinct. Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

It is possible your polling place has moved, especially if your neighborhood was impacted by the Memorial Day tornadoes. If your polling place moved, your board of elections will have contacted you by mail. Some other polling places were changed in the area as well.

ExploreIf you are not sure where to vote, you can search for your polling location here

Don't forget that you will need a photo ID when you vote. Here's a look at the IDs that are accepted

What is on your ballot?

Compare the candidates on the issues and learn more about the tax levies on the ballot in our interactive voters guide. You can share your picks on Facebook and save your ballot to have with you when you vote.

ExploreFind your voters guide here

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