As the general election is coming Nov. 6, I would like to remind voters to educate themselves on the candidates and issues before going to the polling places.
Also please remember we do not have the punch cards anymore. You have to fill in the ovals next to the persons and issues of your choice. Also there is a machine for the voters that are hearing or vision impaired you can use, just ask us. We have a scanner machine that scans your votes. There are two sides of the ballot. We cannot discuss what is on the ballot with you; you need to know this before you come.
All we ask is that you read and educate yourself about who and what is on the ballot. Of course we can assist you in voting, just cannot discuss contents of the ballot with you.
You can also contact your political party or your county board of elections for more information.
You have seven candidates for president/vice president, three U.S. senators, two U.S. representatives, two state representatives, five county commissioners, two county treasurers, a county engineer, a county coroner, six state Supreme Court justices, two judges for the Court of Appeals, a county judge and issues 1 and 2; as your choices.