You Decide 2014: What you need to know before you vote

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You Decide 2014From the governor’s race to the future of traffic cameras in Cleveland, voters will have several big decisions to make on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

There are over 200 races and issues in Northeast Ohio.


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    • Governor’s race: Current Republican Gov. John Kasich is attempting reelection, being challenged by Cuyahoga County Executive Ed Fitzgerald, a Democrat.
    • Attorney General race: Incumbent Republican Mike DeWine will face off against Democrat David Pepper.
    • State Auditor’s race: Incumbent Republican Dave Yost is up against Libertarian Bob Bridges and Democrat John Patrick Carney.
    • Secretary of State race: Incumbent Republican Jon Husted faces Senator Nina Turner and Ohio Libertarian Party Kevin Knedler.
    • County Executive race: Democrat Armond Budish and Republican Jack Schron are facing off to become Cuyahoga County’s second county executive and will be responsible for leading 7,000 employees.
    • Issue 35: Voters will decide whether to ban traffic cameras in the city. There are currently 64 speed and red light cameras.

Click here for ballot information on Issue 35- traffic cameras.


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