The video above is Sunday, Oct. 30 episode of NBC4’s political show “The Spectrum with Colleen Marshall.”
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — There are multiple state and nation-altering races coming to Ohio voters’ ballots in November.
NBC4 is following multiple races, and breaking down what they mean for Ohioans as well as where their candidates to pick from stand on issues. Some races have also drawn the attention of pollsters, who have predicted where the political figures — including Gov. Mike DeWine, Nan Whaley, Tim Ryan and J.D. Vance — stand with voters in the state.
There are also local races set up for voters to make decisions about very specific issues in Ohio. Depending on the outcome, the aptly named Issues 1 and 2 could change both who is allowed to vote in the state, and how judges set bail for suspects facing criminal charges. Additionally, both property and income tax levies are ballots for multiple Ohioans’ various school districts.
To learn more about the candidates and issues facing voters before Election Day, NBC4 has written stories explaining them, available by clicking the links below.
- Ohio U.S. Senate race: J.D. Vance v. Tim Ryan
- Ohio governor race: Mike DeWine v. Nan Whaley
- Ohio Supreme Court race: Who’s running and how they interpret law
- Ohio state offices: What they do and who wants the job, including incumbents
- Ohio U.S. House races: Who could be unseated in the districts up for grabs
- Ohio Issue 1: How judges set bail for suspects could change
- Ohio Issue 2: Who won’t be allowed to vote if it passes
- Central Ohio school bond issues: Which districts have bonds or levies
- Columbus Issues 14-18: What’s inside the $1.5 billion bond package?
- Columbus Issues 19-21: How proposed charter amendments could change the city
- What issues matter most to Ohioans on Election Day?
How to vote
- How to see your Ohio election ballot before you go to the polls
- What forms of ID do Ohioans need on Election Day?
- How Ohioans can get to the polls at no cost on Election Day
- How disabled Ohioans can cast their vote at home or at the polls