Voters in Harrison County communities decide the fate of 11 issues when they go to the polls on Nov. 6.
Freeport and Bowerston village have issues on the ballot, as do the following townships - Cadiz, Franklin, Monroe, North, Nottingham and Rumley.
Buckeye Joint Vocational District (Franklin and Monroe townships) - Replacement of 1.8-mill levy for current expenses for 10 years.
Bowerston - Replacement of 1-mill levy for park expenses for five years.
Freeport - Additional 2.67-mill levy for street expenses for five years.
Freeport - Additional 1-mill levy for current expenses for five years.
Cadiz Township - Replacement of 0.25-mill levy for maintenance of Cadiz Township cemeteries for five years.
Monroe Township - Renewal of 0.5-mill levy for fire protection for five years.
Monroe Township - Renewal of 1-mill levy for fire protection for five years.
North Township - Renewal of 1-mill levy for road and bridges for five years.
North Township - Renewal of 1-mill levy for fire protection for five years.
Nottingham Township - Replacement of 1-mill levy for cemetery maintenance for five years.
Rumley Township - Renewal of 1-mill levy for maintenance of Rumley Cemetery for five years.
In county races, Democrat Dale R. Norris faces off against Lynn Mendenhall for a term as county commissioner beginning Jan. 2; while Democratic incumbent William H. Host is challenged by Paul Coffland for the term beginning Jan. 3.
Incumbent County Recorder Tracy Boyer, a Democrat, is being opposed by Republican R. Eugene Hilligas. And County Treasurer Vicki Sefsick, also a Democrat, faces Republican Richard W. Anderson.
Democrats Leslie A. Miliken, county clerk of courts, and Sheriff Ronald Joe Myers are running unopposed for re-election, as are two Republican officeholders - Prosecuting Attorney T. Shawn Hervey and Engineer Robert K. Sterling.