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Get ready for Election Day: DDN, WHIO team has you covered


Election Day is Tuesday and our team has you covered from now until the final votes are in.

Here’s a look at what you can expect:

VOTERS GUIDE

Compare the candidates on the issues and learn more about the tax levies and State Issue 1 on the Nov. 6 ballot in our interactive voters guide. Just click here.

You can share your picks on Facebook and save your ballot to have with you when you vote.

TV SPECIALS 

WHIO’s Jim Otte did several special reports on the governor race, local levies, Issue 1 and the local race for Congress. On Sunday, watch WHIO Reports on Channel 7 at 11:30 for interviews with third party candidates running for governor. Watch Jim’s previous special reports here:

LIVE RESULTS

Get election results Tuesday night, starting at 7:30 p.m. at DaytonDailyNews.com

INTERACT WITH US ON ELECTION DAY

Get election night updates on our @Ohio_Politics Twitter page and our Ohio Politics Facebook page

SPECIAL RADIO COVERAGE

Tune in for a special extended Election Day edition of Miami Valley’s Morning News Tuesday from 5-10 a.m.  with Larry Hansgen.

On Election Day, Ron Otto will host an election special from 7 p.m. to midnight with live news as results come in. 

On Wednesday morning, a recap of the results starting at 5 a.m. with Larry Hansgen.

OUR TEAM IN COLUMBUS

Newscenter 7’s Jim Otte and Sean Cudahy will be in Columbus on Election Night to bring you the latest on the governor’s race. You can follow them on Twitter at @JOtteWHIO and @SCudahyWHIO and watch their special reports Tuesday night at 11. Dayton Daily News Columbus Bureau reporter Laura Bischoff will be with Mike DeWine and the Republicans. Dayton Daily News reporter Max Filby will be with Richard Cordray and the Democrats. Follow them on Twitter at @lbischoff and @MaxFilby

SPECIAL E-PAPERS FOR SUBSCRIBERS

Look for the first special edition Tuesday afternoon as the voting is underway. 

Wednesday morning subscribers will get a special epaper with complete local election results and highlights from around the nation. 

Wednesday afternoon, subscribers will get a special edition as the national counts are completed and the future of Congress becomes clear.

FIRST GOVERNOR DEBATE

The first governor debate with Richard Cordray and Mike DeWine was in Dayton in September. The debate was hosted by the University of Dayton with Cox Media Group Ohio as the media sponsor. If you missed it, watch it here:



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