Tuesday was a primary election day in Ohio, with multiple counties across Northeast Ohio holding elections on primary candidates and issue decisions, including several tax levies for school districts.
For more details on the local candidates and questions on the 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.
Among the municipal issues being voted on Tuesday is a measure to reverse the pit bull ban in Parma. The measure to repeal the ban failed by a slim margin - just 21 votes.
READ MORE: Parma upholds pit bull ban by 21 votes
In Cuyahoga County, there were three candidate contests and 12 issues, including three school issues and eight municipal issues. Election officials projected at 16% turnout for this election, or 27,200 total ballots cast.