The future of Norfolk County’s next four years will be decided today. While advanced poll numbers are down slightly from the last municipal election, officials with the County believe they will see a strong voter turnout. Norfolk County Clerk Andy Grozelle says to vote you will need your voter identification card and id.
Polling stations open at 10 am on Monday and close at 8 pm.
34 candidates are running in this year’s election, and there will be at least two new elected councilors as Jim Oliver and Harold Sonnenburg have retired from local politics.
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