Here are some things to know about Tuesday's voting:
Who needs to vote?
There's a new wrinkle to this year's spring primary, with residents of Akron and Green casting springtime votes to set up November's municipal races instead of in September.
Polls in Ohio are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. You can find your voting location on the Summit County Board of Elections website at https://summit.ohioboe.com/apps/pollfinder.aspx#. Photo identification or other valid ID is required.
Akron voting on mayor, council
Mayor Dan Horrigan faces challenger Greg Harrison, pastor of Antioch Baptist Church in Akron, in the Democratic primary. Josh Sines, new co-owner of Bob’s Hamburg, is the lone mayoral candidate in the Republican primary. The Democratic primary for Akron City Council seats is crowded with only three council members running unopposed.
For more information, the Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com made editorial endorsements on many of these races. Go to www.ohio.com/topics/endorsements.
How to get results
Visit Ohio.com for live coverage Tuesday night of election results or read Wednesday's Akron Beacon Journal.