Hey, look at that. It’s time to vote. Maybe you have already. Or, maybe you’re just now emerging out of a hangover cocoon born from your debaucherous Halloween weekend.
Either way, as long as you’re registered to vote, you should hit the polls. You may think it’s boring, but it’s important. Maybe more so on the local and state level than the national since, as John Oliver points out, they haven’t done much legislation-wise in Washington lately.
Locally, in Summit County, we’re voting on three ballot issues, Issue 12 being the most significant as a 10-year quarter-percent (i.e. – 1/4 of 1%) tax to fund the county jail, upgrades for communications equipment and the 9-1-1 system.
But before you walk out that door, make sure you have your ID on you. (Here’s what will work and what won’t. [Note: a box of frozen fish sticks isn’t listed as improper ID, but trust me, it won’t count.])