Ohio voters go to the polls today to decide one of the closest governor races in modern history. They will also have a hand in determining which party will control Congress and they will decide the fates of State Issue 1 and hundreds of school and tax levies on the ballot.
If something at the polls go wrong, this news organization wants to know. This morning, a vehicle crash into an electric pole knocked out electricity this morning in parts of Springboro, leaving two election polls without power.
What are the 10 races and issues to watch in today's election? #ElectionDay https://t.co/mzgDG8c7OJ pic.twitter.com/SF6MdYC29j— Anthony Shoemaker (@OhioPoliticsEd) November 6, 2018
Polling places at Covenant Presbyterian on North Main Street and Clearcreek Chapel on Pennyroyal Road were without power for a little more than an hour, but Warren County Deputy Director of Elections Sharif Huff said voting did not stop.
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