The League of Women Voters has published a guide to candidates and issues on Tuesday's ballot in metro Atlanta.
> Here is the link to the voter guide
For most registered voters, the contested races are open only to residents of cities, but there are countywide referendums in DeKalb County and Henry County.
DeKalb will decide a referendum that would restructure the county ethics board. In Henry, the local issues countywide are Sunday brunch alcohol sales and extension of a local sales tax in the form of a SPLOST.
For other metro counties, there are elections for mayors, city council and local elected officials.
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No statewide races are on the ballot.
The League of Women Voters' guide, also found at ajc.com/voterguide, provides a customized list of candidates and local issues based on the voter's address. There also are links to confirm you are registered to vote.
Early voting for the Nov. 5 election ended on Friday. There is no Monday voting.
The AJC will post election results and updates after the polls close on Tuesday evening.