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Guide: Issues on the November 2020 ballot in Cuyahoga County

Here's what voters will be deciding in Cuyahoga County.

CLEVELAND — With the November election less than two months away, you might be wondering what’s on the ballot this fall.

Sure, you know about the presidential race between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, but what about your local issues?

Explore the guide at the bottom of this story to see the issues voters will be deciding in Cuyahoga County. You'll notice there are a number of tax levies, charter amendments and more. Each issue is listed alphabetically by community.

Planning to vote in person this year? Find your polling place HERE.

The 2020 November election takes place Tuesday, Nov. 3. The first debate between President Trump and Biden will be held in Cleveland at Case Western Reserve University on Tuesday, Sept. 29.

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Cuyahoga County November 2020 numbered issues list:

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