Tuesday, Nov. 3 is election day. And for those that aren’t voting by mail (make sure any mail in ballots are turned in to the courthouse or are postmarked by Nov. 3) or are doing in person early voting at the courthouse, polling locations will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day.
There are several big local races that voters will help decide.
In Randolph County, incumbent Ronald “Ronnie” White is facing Timothy Lowry for county commissioner; and incumbent Sherry Johnson is facing Julie Jany-Carnahan for circuit clerk.
Current State’s Attorney Jeremy Walker and Coroner Carlos Barbour are unopposed on the ballot.
For more on this year’s election races, please see this week’s print edition.