Sunday, October 31, 2004

2004 election guide

Bush vs. Kerry
Still haven't made up your mind whether to vote for President Bush or Sen. John Kerry in Tuesday's election? Take a look at where they stand on these five important issues to help you make a decision.
Kentucky all but written off this election

Ohio state and federal offices
Republican leaders divided on Issue 1
Voters on Tuesday will decide whether to approve a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and prohibiting public domestic-partner benefits for any unmarried couple.
U.S. House
U.S. Senate
Ohio Supreme Court
Ohio House
Ohio Senate

Kentucky elections
Nation watches 4th District
If the nation really is watching Kentucky's 4th Congressional District race, it has been a pretty good show.
Bunning's lead slipping into single digits
Gay amendment: Voters to decide what's legal
Recruitment drive helped net poll staff
Taxes to test scores attracted school board candidates
Races could rattle statehouse
Judge hopefuls focus on experience
Alexandria: 8 vying for six seats agree growth is big concern
Bellevue: Blending old and new a priority in council race
Covington: Consultants weigh in on candidates' campaigns
Crestview: Mall prompts candidates to contest council seats
Florence: 11 candidates seek six spots on city council
Independence: Spending and taxes head list of concerns
Newport: Development key issue for commission candidates

Butler County
Candidates running unopposed

Clermont County
Court Clerk
Domestic judge
Candidates running unopposed

Hamilton County
Repeal Article XII? First, tell me what it is
Clerk of Courts
Candidates running unopposed

Warren County
Warren County Judge
Candidates running unopposed

Voter tools
Contact your Kentucky county clerk
Answers on how and where to vote in Kentucky
Where to vote in Ohio