Today is Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning,

If you haven’t cast your vote in Ohio’s general elections, today is your last chance. 

Ohioans will be able to vote for the state’s next governor who will replace Gov. John Kasich. Steve Stivers, R-Upper Arlington, and Rick Neal, D-Columbus, are vying for the seat to represent Ohio’s 15th Congressional District. Republican Jay Edwards is looking to keep his seat in the Statehouse as Democrat Taylor Sappington tries to take it.

Also on the ballot in Athens is a proposed school levy to rebuild and renovate Athens City School District. Issue 3 has created some controversy, according to previous Post reports.

Issue 1, a statewide issue, would reduce criminal penalties for obtaining, possessing and using drugs.

Those registered to vote in Athens can do so in Baker University Center’s ballroom, located on the fourth floor. Voting hours are from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 

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News from The Post:

Polyamory Awareness Week started Monday. Here’s what the Ohio University LGBT Center is doing to raise awareness (The Post)

With so many sporting events, some students resort to streaming or the bars to keep up. (The Post)

It’s National Peanut Butter Lovers Month, so here’s how you can make the signature sandwich better (The Post)

Scores and Game Times:

Frank Solich held his weekly press conference. (The Post)

Here are three takeaways from volleyball’s split weekend in Akron and Buffalo (The Post)

After two losses this past weekend, hockey needs to clean up its rough edges. (The Post)

Athens Weather

Take a rain jacket to the polls with you. There is a 60 percent chance of rain in the morning with a high of 64 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)

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Here are five different scenarios on how the midterm elections will pan out (The Washington Post)