The Madison County Clerk's Office is ready for tomorrow's General Election.  Aside from a number of state and county races that are seeing the incumbent with a challenger for the first time, there are a number of referenda on the ballot that could directly impact you.  Among them are a minimum wage question, a Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights, and mandating that prescription drug coverage include birth control.

Madison County Clerk Debbie Mendoza says if you are registered to vote, just walk in to your polling place and begin the process.  No ID is needed.

Click here for Mendoza's comments

If you have any questions, she says you can call 692-6290, or follow the link:

You can also hear a breakdown of the statewide ballot questions today during the 11am hour of Let's Talk on The Big Z.


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