Register to vote
Registration deadline is October 7.
Common misconceptions about registering to vote:
You can vote if you have a felony charge as long as you are not currently incarcerated.
Registering to vote is not the reason you get called for jury duty in Ohio.
You can register to vote at your current address, even if you possess an out of state license.
Vote early in person
No prior request is necessary to vote early in person.
The Early Vote Center opens 30 days before every election. View the schedule.
You do not need to present an ID to vote early.
Vote absentee by mail
Request you absentee ballot by completing this form and returning to the Board of Elections.
Your ballot will arrive by mail.
Complete the ballot and return it to the Board of Elections.
The absentee ballot must be postmarked no later than the day before Election Day and received at our board of elections office no later than the 10th day after Election Day.
If returning absentee ballot in person, it must be received at the board of elections office no later than 7:30 p.m. on Election Day. Ballot must be returned by voter or family member.
Vote on november 5th
On election day, voting takes place at your normal polling location. Find your polling location.
Polls are open from 6:30am to 7:30pm.
If you do not have an ID when you go to vote, you can request a provisional ballot.