Tuesday is your last chance to vote on issues that have dramatic impact on local residents from age 4 to 100.
Among the critical issues is a levy that, if fails, could essentially shut the doors of Serving Our Seniors, ending the Meals on Wheels program and lifeline for many area senior citizens.
Also among them is school levies that span geographically from Clyde to Berlin-Milan to Margaretta with lots of schools in between.
Politicians are lining up for your vote, too. A couple of the largest races include the Marcy Kaptur-Rich Iott race for a U.S. Senate seat and county commission seats in Erie, Huron, Sandusky and Ottawa counties.
Don't forget firefighters and EMTs, either, as several smaller townships seek approval to keep emergency services intact.
On Tuesday the polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Check out the Register's "Decision 2010" special section at sanduskyregister.com for information and recordings of debates with the candidates.
And don't forget to tune into the Sandusky Register's website starting at 6 p.m. for the latest in the races and election results as we get them. Managing Editor Matt Westerhold will feature local guests and bring viewers the results as the newspaper gets them.
Click here to read election stories and watch videos of candidate debates.