It’s Election Day—have you voted yet?

If the answer is “no,” keep in mind that Ohio’s polls are open until 7:30 p.m. today.

Case Western Reserve University’s Center for Civic Education and Learning (CCEL) is providing transportation for students to two nearby polling places: Mary M Bethune School and St Paul’s Episcopal Church. 

The shuttles will pick up students until 5:15 p.m.; they can sign up for a shuttle ride via this form, or walk in to register today. Additional voter information is available on the center’s website.

No matter how you get to the polls, remember that you must present photo identification to be able to cast your ballot. More information about valid IDs is available on the Ohio Secretary of State website.

Every ballot in Ohio will include questions on two issues affecting the entire state. The first involves a constitutional amendment involving abortion and related reproductive decisions, while the second would legalize and regulate recreational use of marijuana by adults. The Ohio Secretary of State website features the exact language of both amendments.

The remainder of individual ballots will vary based on the county and municipality where people live. Those who live in Cuyahoga County and would like to review the ballots for their precincts in advance can find them on the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections website.