Ballots can also be accessed by a specific voter by looking self up at the link below which also give the voter the opportunity to:
- Find your sample ballot, without having to know which precinct you live in
- Sample ballots are for informational purposes only * Sample Ballots cannot be used to vote*
- Print a Mail-In ballot request (with MUCH of the data filled in already)
- Apply to become a Poll Worker (with MUCH of the data filled in already)
- Find the sample ballot for you, without having to know which precinct you live in
- Check your Mail-In ballot status
- See your own precinct map
- Get an interactive link to a map showing the route from the voter’s registered address to their polling location
November 3, 2020 Presidential Election Voting Schedule
October 6th First day mail-in ballots will be sent to voters
November 2nd Date mail-in ballots must be postmarked by if sent via USPS
November 3rd by 7:30pm Deadline for bringing ballot to MCBOE drop box
Dates & Times
October 6th – October 9th Tuesday-Friday: 8am – 5pm
October 12th – October 16th Monday-Friday: 8am – 5pm
October 19th – October 25th Monday-Friday: 8am – 6pm; Saturday: 8am – 4pm; Sunday: 1pm – 5pm
October 26th – November 1st Monday-Friday: 8am – 7pm; Saturday: 8am – 4pm; Sunday: 1pm – 5pm
November 2nd Monday: 8am – 2pm
Election Day Workers
It takes a community to make sure that our elections run smoothly. We are always looking for citizens that want to help with this important task. If you want to become a poll worker, we have all the information you need.
What happens after Election Day is as important as what happens during the day. The ballots are audited to ensure that there is an accurate count of the votes and all proper procedures were followed.
Other Helpful Links
The Board of Elections is here to help. Whether you are a citizen or a candidate, we provide the information you need to participate in Ohio elections.