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Slim pickings for Southwest Ohio voters in Tuesday's election

Tuesday is an election day in Ohio, but relatively few voters in southwest Ohio will have anything to vote on.

The polls won’t be open in Butler and Clermont counties, because there are no issues on the ballot.

In Hamilton County, only voters in Mount Healthy and the Lockland Local School District will be going to the polls. In Lockland, voters will decide an additional 11.2 mill tax levy for the schools. In Mount Healthy, voters will be asked to approve the renewal of a five mill tax levy for fire and emergency medical services.

Only one issue is on the ballot in Warren County – a tax levy in the Lebanon City School District that would raise $4.2 million a year for the next three years.

Polling places in the areas where there is a ballot issue to be decided will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

You can find your polling place and precinct by going to MyOhioVote.com.