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Voting

Absentee Voting

If you are away from your normal voting area for any reason, you have the right to request an absentee ballot. This includes active military, students that are at school, or people who cannot leave the house due to injury or illness.

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Early Voting

Circumstances may dictate that you cannot vote on Election Day. There are ways to cast your ballot early, including absentee voting. The Ohio early voting schedule begins twenty-eight days before the election.

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Early Voting

Circumstances may dictate that you cannot vote on Election Day. There are ways to cast your ballot early, including absentee voting. The Ohio early voting schedule begins twenty-eight days before the election.

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Uniformed and
Overseas Citizens

Living outside of the United States does not mean you lose your right to vote. Whether you are in the U.S. Armed Services or working internationally, voting in elections is still available.

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Election Day

Every year, there are multiple opportunities to vote for local, state, and federal candidates. They are typically held on the first Tuesday of the month, but special election years can change that schedule.

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Election Day

Every year, there are multiple opportunities to vote for local, state, and federal candidates. They are typically held on the first Tuesday of the month, but special election years can change that schedule.

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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.