Election Day 2019: Ballot is All-Local
CANTON, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – Tuesday is Election Day.
Even though there’s no mayor’s race, there are four contested races for council ward seats in Canton.
Five people are vying for the three at-large council seats including the three incumbents.
There are races for mayor in North Canton, Alliance and Canal Fulton as well as a number of villages.
Add to that, a whole lot of trustee and school board contests.
Among the communities seeking additional money are Hartville, Beach City, and several police and fire districts.
Also, the Louisville Schools.
There are plenty of renewal and liquor issues.
And, there are countywide requests from Stark Parks and the county Children’s Services agency.
You can vote Tuesday from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. at your polling place.
You need to bring a form of identification: a valid driver’s license, state ID, military ID or a current utility bill or paycheck showing your address.
Even without that, you can vote a provisional ballot.
We’ll have results beginning Tuesday tonight during the Cavaliers game on 1480 WHBC, with complete coverage Wednesday morning on Canton’s Morning News.