Voters in the Norwood-Norfolk school district selected two board members last month to fill two vacancies and now they're voting on who gets which seat.
One of the available seats is a three-year term and the other is for one year.
Normally, the highest vote-getter would get the longer term, but when the votes were counted last month, the election ended in a tie between current member Karl Fetter and newcomer James Dillion.
That's why voters return to the polls Tuesday to determine who gets the longer term.
Voting is at the school from 2 to 8 p.m.