In two weeks, voters (besides the nearly 700,000 that have already voted) will go to the polls and cast a ballot for the next president, U.S. Senator, Public Service Commissioner and a host of seats for state senators, house members, county commissioners or city council members. They will also vote on four amendments to the state constitution. But even further down that ballot, in many cities, will be other measures up for consideration. 

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