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Ohio residents cast their votes at The Noor Islamic Cultural Center and mosque in Dublin, Ohio, outside of Columbus, Ohio early in the morning on November 8, 2022. Ohio Midterm Elections 2022

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General election day is tomorrow, November 7. There are plenty of key issues that Ohio voters will decide, so keep reading to see a few highlights of tomorrow’s historic day.

For starters, make sure your registration is up to date. To do that CLICK HERE.

Also, have you moved recently? Do you know where you’re supposed to vote? To check your voting location CLICK HERE.

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According to FOX 8, acceptable forms of ID to ensure you’ll be allowed to vote are the following:

  • A valid Ohio driver’s license, state ID or some interim form of ID issued by the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles
  • A U.S. military ID, National Guard ID or a U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs ID with your name and photo
  • A U.S. passport or passport card, which are now acceptable in 2023

To read the entire FOX 8 report CLICK HERE.

Here are a few key issues in tomorrow’s general election:

Issue 1 – When the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last year, Americans’ constitutional right to abortion was left in the hands of the state. For a deep dive into what a yes or no vote would mean for Issue 1 CLICK HERE.

Issue 2 – The legalization of recreational marijuana will be voted on in tomorrow’s election as well. For a deep dive into the intricacies of this decision CLICK HERE.

Issue 38 – A charter amendment, Issue 38 would allow residents of Cleveland to declare where a portion of the city’s nearly $2 billion budget could be spent.


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