Edit: We had listed that certain races were not involved in the primary election. These races contradict another article that lists all the races on our site. We fixed this issue. WKBN regrets this error.
WARREN, Ohio (WKBN)- Tuesday’s primary will be a bit different in Ohio.
After months of debate, no district map has been set.
The redistricting process was supposed to be finalized last year. This has now impacted the ballots on Tuesday. The ballots will decide who will face who in November for U.S. Senate and Representatives.
Statewide races include for governor, attorney general, and the secretary of state.
These races will be determined on a later, undetermined date.
Officials have said that holding another election is going to cost the state a lot of money. Besides the statewide elections, there are some local decisions voters can still make.
Trumbull County residents will make decisions on:
- County Commissioner (both parties)
- County Auditor (D)
- Common Pleas Court (D)
There are also a handful of levies and other municipality decisions that need to be made.
We have a complete list of races available online here.
Polls open at 6:30 a.m.