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2019 election

The early voting center at the Franklin County Board of Elections in Columbus.
John Minchillo / Associated Press

Tuesday was the first day of early voting for the May primary, which means Monday was the last day to register to vote. Even though turnout in off-year primaries is especially low, some people may find they've been eliminated from the voter rolls.

John Minchillo / Associated Press

Technically, Columbus city elections are non-partisan, but both major parties usually put up slates of candidates for mayor and city council. Not so this year: No Republicans are running for a municipal office.

That means Democrats like Mayor Andrew Ginther are virtually assured re-election.

Mayor Andrew Ginther files for re-election at the Franklin County Board of Elections on Feb. 4, 2019.
Paige Pfleger / WOSU

Mayor Andrew Ginther officially filed for re-election on Monday, ahead of the November 2019 mayoral election.

Franklin County is spending $12 million on new voting equipment, with the state of Ohio chipping in $10 million
Adora Namigadde / WOSU

Franklin County voters can choose between touch screen machines and paper ballots for May's election.

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