With the exception of statewide and county races and issues, Reynoldsburg residents will see a fairly light ballot when they go to the polls Nov. 2.

With the exception of statewide and county races and issues, Reynoldsburg residents will see a fairly light ballot when they go to the polls Nov. 2.

Truro Township Precinct B has a liquor option on the ballot. If approved, it would allow Sunday sales between 11 a.m. and midnight at Amvets Post 2000, 5057 Chatterton Road, Columbus.

Also on the ballot is Issue 4, a replacement of 2.2 mills and an increase of 0.6 mill for the Columbus Metropolitan Library. The 2.8 mills would replace a 2.2-mill levy that expires at the end of this year. According to library officials, it would cost taxpayers a total of about $86 per $100,000 of assessed property valuation per year.

Aside from races for the state's top offices, Reynoldsburg residents will help decide who will succeed retiring U.S. Sen. George Voinovich. The candidates are Democrat Lee Fisher, Republican Rob Portman, Eric W. Deaton of the Constitution Party, Socialist Daniel H. LaBotz, Independent Michael L. Pryce and write-in Arthur T. Sullivan.

Voters in the 12th Congressional District will choose among incumbent Republican Pat Tiberi, Democrat Paula Brooks and Libertarian Travis M. Irvine.

Other races before Reynoldsburg voters include the 19th and 20th District seats in the Ohio House of Representatives. Candidates in the 19th District are incumbent Democrat Marian Harris, Republican Anne Gonzales and Libertarian Michael Johnston. In the 20th District, candidates are incumbent Democrat Nancy Garland, Republican Matt Carle, Libertarian Lawrence Binsky and write-in Jacquelyn K. Thompson

Voters in the 3rd Ohio Senate District will decide among Republican Kevin Bacon, Democrat Mark Pfeifer, a Reynoldsburg resident, or Libertarian William Yarbrough for an open seat. David Goodman (R-New Albany) holds the seat, but cannot seek re-election because of term limits.

Two Franklin County races will be on the Nov. 2 ballot. Democrat Marilyn Brown and Republican Julie Hubler are seeking a seat on the Franklin County board of commissioners for a term starting Jan. 1, 2011. Three candidates are seeking election to be county auditor: Democrat Terry J. Brown, Libertarian Michael S. Blose and Republican Clarence Mingo.

Reynoldsburg residents living in Licking County will decide on the 0.2-mill Licking Parks District levy and a pair of Etna Township liquor options.