GREENFIELD — It’s being called the “ho-hum election.”
While Labor Day weekend is traditionally the start of campaign hype for the general election in November, this year there are few contested seats at the top of Hancock County’s ballot.
For that matter, there aren’t very many choices for township and school board seats, either. Of the 49 seats on Hancock County’s ballots, only 14 have contested races. Since most of those are in district or township seats, people casting a ballot will see only a handful of choices for their precinct.