By David Hylton
When voters head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8 in Henrico, they'll be faced with more than just a choice between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Here's a look at what's on the ballot:
Crumbling concrete and modern upgrades are some of the improvements parents, students and teachers would like to see made at eights schools across the county. Renovations would include energy-efficient doors and windows, replacing old plumbing and brightening up classrooms and hallways with new ceilings and lightning.
RECREATION AND PARK PROJECTS
Baseball, soccer, lacrosse, and even quidditch could all have a new home at a 200-acre facility in Henrico at Greenwood Park if a bond referendum is passed. Voters will have a chance to approve $87 million worth of funding for the parks projects, as well as capital improvement projects for the county's schools, fire department, roadways, and libraries.
The libraries project is for $24 million for a new Fairfield Area Library. The facility would be built on North Laburnum Avenue across from the Eastern Henrico Recreation Center.
The bond referendum for roads would provide $14 million toward improvements to a 1.9-mile section of Richmond-Henrico Turnpike, near Richmond International Raceway totaling $14 million.
4th DISTRICT -- HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
A. Donald McEachin - Democrat
Michael L. "Mike" Wade - Republican
7th DISTRICT -- HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Eileen M. Bedell - Democrat
David A. Brat - Republican
Also on the ballot are two questions about right to work laws and property tax exemptions. Click here for more details.