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Monday, November 3, 2014

Plan Your Election Day with FTM

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FTM has been on top of your Election Day coverage since before the primary in May. By conducting interviews with candidates in their own words on FTM and in print in the Fort Thomas Living, analysis on the campaigns, setting up the Informed Voters Project podcasts and moderating debates, FTM has hopefully been your go-to source for Campbell County and Fort Thomas ballot issues.

We have aggregated everything in a handy voters guide here or by clicking the ELECTION 2014 tab at the top of the page. Take time to go through the op-eds. Listen to the podcasts. Watch the debates. The Kentucky Secretary of State said that she believes Kentucky's voter turnout will be around 45%. If that seems paltry, our county clerk's office is projecting Campbell County to come in under 35%.

This is why Northern Kentucky is a donor region for the state. 

FTM has done the ground work for you.Whoever your candidates are and whatever issues are important to you, please educate yourself on the issues and please vote!

Plans for Election Day:
-Visit early and often. Polls close at 6:00 PM and results should start rolling in around 7:00. We will have reporters on the ground at the county courthouse to update results up to the minute.

- We will offer live analysis via internet broadcast in conjunction with The River City News starting at 5:30. The Election Show will feature RCN Publisher Michael Monks, author and RCN writer, Rick Robinson and FTM Publisher, Mark Collier.

- We will have reporters on the ground at various election day results parties to get reactions from candidates.

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