It's that time again — primary season is here in Ohio, and with it, all the usual political debates, campaign mailers and yard signs.
Primary elections usually have lower turnout than general elections, but there are plenty of contests worth voters' attention this year on the local level. And oh yeah — Ohio voters will also play a potentially pivotal role in choosing the Democratic Party's nominee for president.
Closer to home, voters will weigh in on candidates for key county positions and a potentially huge boost for the region's public transit system and repair of roads and bridges.
So far this year, primary voting has been higher than last time presidential primary contests were being decided. Roughly 42,000 Democrats and 39,000 Republicans have cast early ballots by mail in Ohio — well above 2016 levels for both parties.
If you need to find your polling location, go here. (The Hamilton County Board of Elections relocated some polling locations, specifically those in senior living facilities, over COVID-19 concerns.)
Here are links to overviews of what's in play on the primary ballot this year in Hamilton County.