[ANCHOR] THE KENT POLICE DEPARTMENT IS FUNDRAISING UNTIL THE END OF THE YEAR IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE SEIDMAN CANCER CENTER. OUR VERY OWN SYDNEY BROWN IS HERE WITH THE FULL STORY. [SYDNEY] HI GUYS. I SPOKE WITH FOLKS FROM BOTH THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE SEIDMAN CANCER CENTER ABOUT WHAT’s REALLY GOING ON WITH THEIR SCRUFFY BEARDS AND DENIM THIS TIME OF YEAR.
WITH VETERAN’S DAY AND THE HOLIDAYS UPON US NOW IS THE TIME WHEN PEOPLE START THINKING ABOUT GIVING BACK.. OUR NIKKI GASIEWSKI SAT DOWN WITH A LOCAL BUSINESS DOING THEIR PART TO GIVE BACK TO VETERANS.
ANCHOR: Elections are coming up, so some people are thinking about getting out to vote, but one 21-year-old lives for all things political year-round.
A SUB GROUP OF KENT STATE’S UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT GOVERNMENT IS MAKING STUDENTS AWARE OF THE UPCOMING ELECTION IN A WARM WAY. TV’S HAYDEN CRUZ HAS THE STORY
ANCHOR: ELECTION SEASON HAS ARRIVED BUT ONE STRUGGLE VOTERS CAN DEAL WITH IS THE LANGUAGE OF THE BALLOT ITSELF. TV2’S ALEX ISAIAH HAS MORE ON WHY.
WITH ELECTION DAY RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER, TV2’S BRAD STAINBROOK GOT ANSWERS ON WHY THE COLLEGE VOTE IS SO IMPORTANT.
WHILE THERE ARE 34 DIFFERENT ISSUES PLACED ON THE PORTAGE COUNTY BALLOT THIS YEAR, A LOT OF ATTENTION HAS BEEN FOCUSED ON THE FIRST TWO. BUT OUR REPORTER DOM O’BRIEN HAS FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING ONE ISSUE THAT MANY RESIDENTS MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT.
The government allows issues from any political viewpoint to be voted on, but the issues from smaller parties do not always receive as much attention. TV2’s Jillian Flack has the story.
With it being election season, Kent State students who aren’t from the area will need to figure out where they have to go in order for them to cast their ballot this year. TV2’s own Matt Kiraly tells us how.