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Election Day: Will Buckeye become a city?

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PHOENIX -

A number of ballot issues across the valley will be decided as folks head to the polls on Tuesday.

There are several locations around the valley where folks can cast their ballots.

While it may not be a big election year, it's still important for folks to get out there and vote.

Key issues on the ballots:

In Phoenix, two city council seats are up for grabs. Run-offs are being held for District 8 in central Phoenix and District 4 in south Phoenix.

In most of the cities around the valley, a variety of school district bonds and overrides are on the ballots that will determine funding.

People in Buckeye will be deciding if the town should become a city.

Polls will opened at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Find a polling place: www.recorder.maricopa.gov/pollingplace/

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