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Hey Ohioans: What Issues Do You Care About In The 2020 Election?

In this Oct. 10, 2018, file photo, a voter casts their ballot on the first day of early voting at the Hamilton County Board of Elections in Cincinnati.
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In this Oct. 10, 2018, file photo, a voter casts their ballot on the first day of early voting at the Hamilton County Board of Elections in Cincinnati.

Now that the 2020 election is right around the corner, candidates for president and Congress are crisscrossing the state of Ohio, flooding the airwaves and raising money.

This year, I’ll be devoting a big chunk of time to following how the 2020 elections play out in Central Ohio. But I need your help.

While presidential candidates have already talked about major issues at a national level, it’s not always clear how those ideas will impact Ohio—or if they’re what Ohio voters care about. U.S. House members come before voters every two years, and quite a lot has happened since the last go-around.

Maybe you’ve already made your decision on who you're supporting in this year's primary and general election, but many people in Ohio remain undecided. (If you want to know who's on the ballot, you can check out WOSU's voting guide for more information.)

Whether you’re a Democrat, Republican or somewhere in the middle, I want to hear from you:

What is the biggest issue on your mind this election, and why does it matter to you?

Submit your response below, and I may get in touch for a future story.

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Nick Evans was a reporter at WOSU's 89.7 NPR News. He spent four years in Tallahassee, Florida covering state government before joining the team at WOSU.