All Ohio voters whose registration information is up-to-date can vote in any election with a mail-in ballot. Voters must fill out and return a signed application, then the mail-in ballot will be sent to the voter’s registered address. The mail-n ballot must be returned to the Montgomery County Board of Elections prior to Election Day.
All Ohio voters may cast their ballot prior to Election Day, this includes in-person voting at the Montgomery County Board of Elections. The Ohio early voting schedule begins twenty-eight days before an election.
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.
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.
Special Case Voting
Individuals that are physically unable to enter a polling location or anyone that encounters an emergency on election day, are able to utilize special accommodations to ensure they are still able to exercise their right to vote.
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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.