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Results for the Yellow Springs Village Council election are not expected to be released for another 11 days.

Greene County Board of Elections officials say the village is among four county jurisdictions with write-in candidates on yesterday’s ballot, and the county plans to use until the official-count date of Nov. 19, 2019 to review all ballots containing write-in votes.

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Early and absentee voting begins Tuesday, April 9 for voters in some parts of the Miami Valley.

The May 7 Primary Election includes a number of school levies, including in Oakwood, Kettering and Beavercreek, where voters will consider a five-year, emergency 6.15 mill operating levy after a similar levy failed to pass in November.

In Dayton, there are five City Commission candidates vying in the May primary to appear on the November ballot.

To find out if there’s a Primary Election in your community, visit MyOhioVote.com.

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Midterm and off-year elections are notorious for low voter participation. But the November 6 election could tell a different story. Some polls indicate a high level of interest among voters who identify with both parties. This year, Republican and Democratic voters will decide several close Ohio races for U.S. House and Senate seats.

As of October, more than 900,000 early absentee ballots were requested across the state of Ohio. Another 34,000 voters have already cast ballots in person at their local boards of elections.

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In just a few weeks Ohio voters will head to the polls for the midterm elections. They’ll decide a host of races for governor, the United States senate, the state attorney general's, and secretary of state's offices.

The registration deadline to vote in the midterms has already passed. Early voting is underway across Ohio.

But there are still plenty of steps registered voters can take to make sure they're ready for Election Day.

Greene County Still Looking For Pollworkers

Nov 3, 2014

Election Day is less than 24 hours away, but the Greene County Board of Elections could still use a few more poll workers. 

Greene County Board of Elections Director Llyn McCoy states that the county is still short of people to work the polls Tuesday. She stated that usually there are four workers, two Republicans and two Democrats that  are present at each of the county’s 146 precincts. But this year, due to a shortage of people, workers have been trained to work in team's of three.