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Millions of voters are choosing to vote by mail this election because it is safe, secure, and reliable. You can track your ballot from the moment you request it until it’s received by your county board of elections. You can track your ballot by clicking here.
Once your ballot is received, it is securely stored until it is counted. In fact, mail-in ballots are the first ballots to be counted on election night!
Right now! Your local board of elections is already accepting mail-in ballot requests. In fact, we are encouraging voters to request their ballots now to stay ahead of the rush. You can get started on your mail-in ballot request here.
Call your county board of elections and ask that an absentee ballot request form be sent to you. You can find your county board of elections here.
If you live in Ohio and meet the voter eligibility requirements, you can register to vote or update your voter registration through Monday, October 5, 2020. You can register to vote or update your voter registration here.
There are many safe options for you to vote this election! You can return your mail-in ballot through the mail, at a secure dropbox outside of your local board of elections, or in-person at your local board of elections. Contact your local board of elections for more information on returning your ballot in person.
Starting Tuesday, October 6, registered voters in Ohio can vote early in-person at their local early vote center. Voting early in-person is a great way to avoid long lines on Election Day. To find out when and where you can vote early in Ohio, click here.
If you would prefer to vote in-person on Election Day, you can vote at your polling location between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3. Please be sure to confirm your polling location before you vote.
Ohio had mandated that all in-person voters wear masks and adhere to social distancing guidelines.
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