Are you looking for David’s Handy Election Guide, 2018 General Election Edition? I put it at this time, since most of the matters on my ballot are county- or statewide, not local. It’s out a week earlier than usual, but later than I intended, which was by the time ballots arrived in mailboxes.

A couple of things bear repeating here.

First, as with other recent vote-by-mail elections, your mail-in ballot must be postmarked no later than the day before Election Day, Monday, November 5. If you forget or procrastinate, you can go to a polling place in person on Election Day to deliver your ballot.

Second, check the back of your ballot. Mine doesn’t say on the front that it’s continued on the back, but it is.

Learn before you vote — then vote!