As I write this, polls will open in ten hours. Twenty-four hours or so from now, we’ll know the result of this amazing adventure.
By tomorrow, this campaign will have taken up exactly a year from November 8, 2015, when friends from Warrensville Heights, Aurora, Bedford, and Twinsburg stood with me at Bay High School as I announced my candidacy for the State Board of Education.
Since then it seems that we have been on a treadmill, but I have never doubted the importance of the voters’ decision or the value of this effort.
Tomorrow we’ll see what the voters decide. I probably won’t write one of these columns tomorrow. Afterwards, there will be a time for thanks, and a time for reflection, and sadness or joy to express. But for now, let’s do our duty as citizens. See you at the polls tomorrow!