Local voters will have few decisions to make at the polls May 6.

Local voters will have few decisions to make at the polls May 6.

One statewide issue and one countywide issue will be on the primary ballot, along with a Brown Township fire levy and a few party-specific candidate races.

The statewide Issue 1 would allow Ohio to generate $1.875 billion over a 10-year period in bonds to replace roads, bridges and other public infrastructure, according to The Columbus Dispatch.

It is a continuation of a program created through a voter-approved constitutional amendment in 1987, according to The Dispatch.

The countywide Issue 6 is a 1.25-mill permanent levy to raise money for improvements to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.

The proposed levy would generate $32.7 million a year and cost $44 per year per $100,000 in assessed property value.

The Columbus Zoo currently collects $19 million annually from a 0.75-mill levy, which expires at the end of 2015.

Brown Township residents also will decide a 5.12-mill fire levy request.

If approved, the levy would become effective Jan. 1, 2015, and generate $455,016 annually.

It would cost homeowners an additional $179 a year per $100,000 of assessed property value, according to Brown Township Fiscal Officer Greg Ruwe.

Republican voters will decide two contested candidate races.

State Rep. Stephanie Kunze (R-Hilliard) is being challenged by Patrick Manley of Clintonville in the 24th Ohio House District.

U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Columbus) is being challenged by Charles S. Chope of Upper Arlington in the 15th U.S. Congressional District.

Democrat voters will decide between gubernatorial hopefuls Larry Ealy and Edward FitzGerald.