What you need to know about voting for the primary election

April 9, 2020


Ohio Moves to All Mail-In Primary election for 2020. In response to the coronavirus crisis, the Ohio General Assembly passed legislation on Wednesday to end in-person voting for the 2020 Primary Election, and extend absentee voting through April 28.


What this means:

If you’ve already cast your ballot either by  mail or at an early voting center, your vote will   be   counted!

If you haven’t voted yet, you MUST request   an absentee ballot from the secretary of state in   order to vote.   There will be no in-person   voting. 

To request an absentee ballot visit the link below.  Fill in the form online, print the form and sign. Once signed mail to the address suggested.  They will in turn send you   the ballot. 

Absentee ballots must be placed in the mail back to the your local board of elections by Tuesday,   April 28. 

Absentee Ballot Request

Make sure your voice is heard in this crucial election.


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