People will be heading to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballet in this election.
Politicians are making their last minute rounds across the state and some of them just want people to practice their right to vote.
"Every election is about choices, about the future of our community, the future of our country. We're making choices about leadership and direction and although people may not always appreciate any given moment how that mattered, it definitely matters over time," Attorney General Richard Cordray said.
He said it's your vote that puts them in office. Cordray has a local connection to our area. His dad grew up in Dresden.
"My grandmother lived in Dresden. When I was growing up and my Uncle was the score keeper Tri-Valley Scotties basketball team. I learned great values from them, values of importance of community values of respecting your elders doing the right thing. I try to take those values to the Ohio Attorney Generals Office and it means a lot to me to work for people in the many ways in that office," Cordray said.
Cordray won a special election two years ago so people have had the chance to size him up.
"I don't think we know what the outcomes are going to be Tuesday. You just have to have the humility of you may win you may lose but you make your best effort and you make your best case to people," Cprdray said.
Cordray is running against Republican Canidate Mike DeWine for Attorney General.