Election Day has arrived!

Ohio voters are heading to the polls to decide a series of issues -- including numerous school levies and congressional battles. There's also the contentious Issue 1 (read more about it) and a battle to determine our state's next governor.

There's a lot to take in, but we've got your back.

WHEN CAN I VOTE?

The polls are open Tuesday, Nov. 6 from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. throughout Ohio. Follow our live updates from Election Day HERE.

WHERE IS MY POLLING LOCATION?

Not sure where you're supposed to vote? CLICK HERE to find your polling place.

NEED A RIDE TO THE POLLS?

If you don't have your own transportation to get out and vote, Lyft and Uber are offering their passengers discounted rates and free rides during election day. Read more about it HERE.

WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING SO I CAN VOTE?

You need to have a form of ID with you to cast a ballot on election day. Acceptable forms of identification include the following (as listed by the Secretary of State's site):

- An unexpired Ohio driver's license or state identification card with present or former address so long as the voter's present residential address is printed in the official list of registered voters for that precinct.

- A military identification.

- A photo identification that was issued by the United States government or the state of Ohio that contains the voter's name and current address with an expiration date that has not passed.

- An original or copy of a current utility bill with the voter's name and present address.

- An original or copy of a current bank statement with the voter's name and present address.

- An original or copy of a current government check with the voter's name and present address.

- An original or copy of a current paycheck with the voter's name and present address.

- An original or copy of a current other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by the board of elections) that shows the voter's name and present address.

WHAT IF I FORGET MY ID?

You can cast a provisional ballot by providing your Ohio driver's license or state identification number OR the last four digits of your Social Security number. "Once the information is reviewed and verified by the board of elections, your ballot will be counted."

But... There's more.

"If you do not provide one of the above documents or your driver’s license/state identification number or the last four digits of your Social Security number at the precinct, you will still be able to vote using a provisional ballot. However, in order for that ballot to be counted, you must return to the board of elections no later than seven days following Election Day to provide a qualifying form of identification."

WHERE CAN I WATCH FOR RESULTS?

We will showcase live results all night long after the polls close HERE. We will also have live streaming coverage online and social media with up-to-the-minute results on Channel 3 all evening long. Be sure to follow WKYC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for our complete coverage.

WHEN IS THE NEXT PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION?

We have two more years before we have another presidential election. That date is Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.

CAN I POST A PHOTO OF MY BALLOT ON SOCIAL MEDIA?

Don't post your ballot or a selfie with your ballot on social media. (HERE's why).

WHAT RACES ARE ON THE BALLOT?

Below, we have compiled a long list of the races Ohio voters will be deciding on election day. If you want to see a sample of your local ballot, CLICK HERE.

U.S. SENATE

Democratic

Republican

Green

U.S. HOUSE

4th district

Republican

Democratic

Libertarian

  • Dirk Kubala - Realtor

6th district

Republican

Democratic

7th district

Republican

Democratic

9th district

Democratic

Republican

  • Steve Kraus - Former State Rep. from Ohio's 89th district

11th district

Democratic

Republican

12th district

Republican

Democratic

13th district

Democratic

Republican

16th district

Democratic

Republican

OHIO GOVERNOR

Democratic

  • Richard Cordray - Former Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
    • Running mate: Betty Sutton - Former U.S. Rep. from Ohio's 13th district

Republican

  • Mike DeWine - Attorney General of Ohio and former U.S. Sen. from Ohio
    • Running mate: Jon Husted - Secretary of State of Ohio

Green

  • Constance Gadell Newton - Former Co-Chair of the Ohio Green Party, running unopposed
    • Running mate: Brett R. Joseph - Attorney and environmental educator

Libertarian

  • Travis Irvine - Activist
    • Running mate: Todd Grayson - Perrysburg City Councilman

OHIO ATTORNEY GENERAL

Democratic

Republican

OHIO SECRETARY OF STATE

Democratic

Republican

OHIO TREASURER

Democratic

Republican

Green

OHIO AUDITOR

Democratic

  • Zack Space - Former U.S. Rep. from Ohio's 18th district

Republican

  • Keith Faber - State Rep. from Ohio's 84th district and former President of the Ohio Senate

Libertarian

OHIO BOARD OF EDUCATION

2nd district

  • Charles Froelhlich (incumbent)
  • Jeanine Donaldson
  • Vicki Donovan-Lyle
  • Kirsten Hill
  • W. Roger Knight
  • Sue Larimer

8th district

  • Melissa Danham
  • John Hagan
  • Kathleen Purdy

OHIO SENATE

13th district

Democratic

Republican

Libertarian

21st district

Democratic

Republican

  • Thomas Pekarek

23rd district

Democratic

Republican

  • Steve Flores

25th district

Democratic

  • Kenny Yuko - Incumbent State Senate Minority Leader

Republican

  • William Faehnrich

27th district

Democratic

Republican

29th district

Democratic

Republican

  • Kirk Schuring - Speaker pro tempore of the Ohio House of Representatives and former State Sen. from 29th district

31st district

Republican

Democratic

OHIO HOUSE

1st district

Republican

Democratic

Libertarian

6th district

Democratic

Republican

  • Jim Trakas - Former State Rep. from Ohio's 17th district

7th district

Republican

Democratic

9th district

Democratic

Republican

  • Joe Miller

11th district

Democratic

Republican

13th district

Democratic

Republican

14th district

Democratic

Libertarian

15th district

Democratic

Republican

16th district

Republican

Democratic

34th district

Democratic

Republican

36th district

Republican

Democratic

37th district

Democratic

Republican

50th district

Democratic

Republican

56th district

Democratic

Republican

  • Rob Weber

61st district

Democratic

Republican

64th district

Democratic

Republican

75th district

Democratic

Republican

  • Jim Lutz

98th district

Democratic

  • Jeremiah Johnson - Former Sugarcreek Village Councilman

Republican

STATEWIDE ISSUE 1

  • Ohioans will be asked to decide if they want to pass a constitutional amendment to make offenses related to drug possession and use no more than misdemeanors. Confused about the issue? We explain it in depth HERE.

SCHOOL FUNDING

  • Ashtabula County - 1.5 mil additional levy
  • Avon Lake - 16.32 mil substitute levy
  • Avon - 1.25 mil renewal levy
  • Beachwood - 5.9 mil additional levy
  • Beaver - 4.723 renewal levy
  • Black River - 1.4 mil additional levy
  • Brooklyn - 6.9 mil additional levy
  • Buckeye - 1 mil renewal levy
  • Crestview - 0.5 mil combined levy
  • Dover - 8.9 mil additional levy
  • East Holmes - 1.02 mil substitute levy
  • Elyria - 4.95 mil renewal levy
  • Euclid - 10.1 mil renewal levy
  • Fairview Park - 7.5 mil renewal levy
  • Field - 1 mil additional levy
  • Firelands - 0.5 mil combined levy
  • Garaway - 4 mil additional levy
  • Gibonsburg - 1 mil renewal levy
  • Indian Valley - Bond issue for athletic sites
  • Garrettsville Garfield - 1.5 percent income tax increase
  • Jefferson Area - 5 mil renewal levy
  • Lakeland Community College - 28-year bond issue
  • Lexington - 0.5 mil combined levy
  • Lorain County - 0.75 mil additional levy
  • Loudonville-Perrysville - 1.5 mil renewal levy
  • Madison - 1 mil renewal levy
  • Manchester - 6.9 mil renewal levy
  • Marlington - Bond issue for new elementary school & other improvements
  • Monroeville - 1.8 mil renewal levy
  • New London - 2.9 mil additional levy
  • New Philadelphia - 5.9 mil renewal levy
  • Nordonia Hills - 6.98 mil additional levy
  • North Royalton - 16.5 mil renewal levy
  • Norton - 0.5 percent income tax increase
  • Norwalk - 4.85 mil renewal levy
  • Oberlin - Bond issue to renovate school buildings
  • Parma - 4.5 mil additional levy
  • Rootstown - 0.25 percent income tax increase
  • Shelby - Bond issue to improve school buildings
  • Streetsboro - 7.5 mil additional levy
  • Strongsville - 7.9 mil additional levy
  • Tallmadge - 7.4 mil additional levy
  • United - 3 mil renewal levy
  • Warrensville Heights - 4.5 mil combined levy
  • Waterloo - 9.75 mil additional levy
  • West Holmes - 2.5 mil renewal levy
  • Willougby-Eastlake (2):
    • 3.9 mil renewal levy
    • 4.81 mil renewal levy
  • Windham - 11.17 mil renewal levy
  • Woodridge - 8.18 mil additional levy

Ashland County Board of Elections

Ashtabula County Board of Elections

Carroll County Board of Elections

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections

Erie County Board of Elections

Geauga County Board of Elections

Holmes County Board of Elections

Huron County Board of Elections

Lake County Board of Elections

Lorain County Board of Elections

Medina County Board of Elections

Portage County Board of Elections

Richland County Board of Elections

Stark County Board of Elections

Summit County Board of Elections

Tuscarawas County Board of Elections

Wayne County Board of Elections