Election Day is just a day away. Don't be caught unprepared. Take a look at all the ballots in Warren and find out which one is for you and where to cast your vote.
The presidential race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney highlights the ballot, of course, but an interesting race is shaping up for Congress between Rep. David Cicilline and former State Police Chief Brendan Doherty. And Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse faces a challenge from B. Barrett Hinkley III to represent Rhode Island in the Senate.
- Eight candidates are vying to represent Warren on the Town Council. Voters are to choose five among them.
- There's but one choice for Town Moderator: John Bailey, Jr. is the sole candidate.
- It's also an easy choice for the two Warren representatives on the Bristol-Warren Regional School Committee. John Bento and John Saviano are the only candidates.
- Representatives in the state General Assembly vary by voting district.
The reverse of the ballot features the 8 referenda up for consideration, highlighted by Question 4 to go to bond for $94 million to build a new Veterans Home in Bristol, and Question 1 to approve casino gambling in Rhode Island.
To view the ballots, open the link and click view - rotate view - counter-clockwise. And check out this map to know where to vote and which ballot applies to you. Make your case for your favorite candidate in the comments section below. And don't forget to vote Tuesday!