Election Day Ballot Depends On Where You Live

(Cleveland) - Tuesday's election is an odd-year election, which, in Ohio, means elections for mayoral races, city or village council, boards of education, and township trustees. As to what's on your ballot, it all depends on which community your live in.

A lot of attention is being paid to the mayor's race in Cleveland, but in many other cities, they'll be voting for mayor in two years. It all depends on the city or village's cycle for re-electing people.

Nearly every community has school board races on the ballot, but one community has only one choice. While many communities have a number of people running for school board, Fairview Park has only one person on the ballot, and two open seats. The second seat will be filled by the school board at a later time.

To see what's on your ballot, click on the link below for your county. You will need to know which ward and precinct you are in.

Cuyahoga County

Geauga County

Lake County

Lorain County

Medina County

Portage County

Summit County

Listen to WTAM on Tuesday night for election results, and you can also check wtam.com for your local results.

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