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Precinct Map and polling location, 2017.

Precinct map and polling location, 2017.

Election Day is here

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Election Day is today, Nov. 7.

Local voters are headed to the polls to chose candidates for four local offices: Yellow Springs Village Council (three open seats); Yellow Springs Board of Education (three open seats); Yellow Springs Mayor; and Miami Township Board of Trustees (two open seats). Also on the ballot are two state issues: Issue 1, a constitutional amendment that would provide crime victims with specific new rights, and Issue 2, which would limit the amount the state and state agencies pay for prescription drugs. 

All village voters — those who live in precincts 440, 441, 442 and 443 — and Miami Township residents who live in precinct 456 vote at Antioch University Midwest, 900 Dayton St., Yellow Springs.

Local polls are open Tuesday, Nov. 7, from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

See the News’ Voter’s Guide 2017 for more details, as well as responses by candidates to specific questions about local issues and priorities. 

Articles featuring the News’ interviews with all local candidates and coverage of last month’s Candidates Night Forum are available at the links below:

School board:

School board candidates— Hopefuls differ on facilities, PBL

Four villagers running for school board, two for re-election

Village Council:

Focus on affordability, development— Council candidates’ priorities

Council, part 1: Two new faces, one veteran

Council, part 2: Three new faces running in Village Council race

Mayor:

Nuanced differences— Mayoral candidates speak

Four mayoral candidates offer varied visions for position

Miami Township Trustees:

Fire department a trustee priority

Two veterans, one challenger for township trustee seats

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