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Early voting has begun for Ohio's November 5 election, but residents can still register to vote.
Registration is open until 9 p.m. on Tuesday. Early voting began on October 1.
In Henry County, about 30 people have already cast a ballot. Leaders say they expect business to pick up in the coming weeks.
"It will start to pick up the last two weeks of voting, that will really make a difference. I think you will start to hear more ads on the radio and more signs, more awareness will be out there... You'll have the door to door campaigning going on I think that will really be a push," said Henry County Board of Elections Director Sandy Kurtz.
For more information on how to register to vote, or vote early, contact your county board of elections.