Today is an Election Day in Ohio - here's everything you need to know

Posted at 3:13 PM, May 07, 2019

CLEVELAND — Tuesday is an Election Day in Ohio. Multiple counties in Northeast Ohio have primary candidates and local questions on the ballot for this election, including several tax levies to fund area schools.

Polls opened at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Election results will appear here after the polls close and they begin to come in.

Voter Resources:

Check the status of your voter registration here.

Find your polling place here.

Check what identification is required when voting at a polling place on Election Day.

For more details on the local candidates and questions on your ballot, check with your county’s board of elections. Find a full directory of county election boards here.

Several school districts are hoping voters will pass tax levies, and are bracing for program cuts and layoffs if the levies do not pass.

READ MORE: Districts brace for layoffs, program cuts if school levies fail

Among the municipal issues being voted on Tuesday is a measure to reverse the pit bull ban in Parma.

READ MORE: Voters in Parma to decide if pit bulls will be allowed

In Cuyahoga County, there are three candidate contests and 12 issues, including three school issues and eight municipal issues. Election officials project at 16% turnout for this election, or 27,200 total ballots cast.