Tuesday, November 8, 2016 is a big day in the United States, Kentucky, and Edmonson County as the polls will be open once again for Election Day.
Nationally, voters will choose a new President of the United States, and while there are six choices on the ballot, the decision will come down to either Democratic Nominee Hillary Clinton, or Republican Nominee Donald Trump.
Statewide, Kentuckians will choose either Republican incumbent Rand Paul or Democratic Challenger Jim Gray for U.S. Senate, and in the U.S. Congress race, Republican incumbent Brett Guthrie is unopposed.
In the 5th district state senate race, a new state senator will be chosen between Republican Steve Meredith and Democrat Leslie Stith. The 19th district state representative race features a local resident, Republican incumbent Michael Lee Meredith against Democratic challenger John Wayne Smith.
Locally, Republican appointed Coroner Brentley Esters is running unopposed.
There are also non-partisan county school board races, but all incumbents are running unopposed.
In the non-partisan Brownsville Mayoral race, incumbent Jerry Meredith is being challenged by local business owner Roger Stevenson.
In the Brownsville City Council race, seven non-partisan candidates are vying for six spots. One will left out from the choices of Jeremy Spainhoward, Greg Nugent, Richard D. Jones, Silas "Sonny" Prunty, Justin Meredith, Anthony "Slug" Duvall, and Stephanie Stewart Gibson.
Polls will be open county-wide, including the Wingfield Fire Department, from 6AM to 6PM.