Position posting through June 11, 2021.
The Marion County Board of Elections is hiring a Republican or Independent Full Time Office Clerk. Applicant must possess at least a high school diploma or equivalency, and be able to perform various office duties as assigned. Applicant must be able to work overtime as requested. Please send all resumes to [email protected]. You can also contact Cindy Price, Director or Brian Blair, Deputy Director Marion County Board of Elections at 740-223-4090.
In Marion County, Ohio, elections are often decided with just a few votes separating the winners and losers. In some cases, a single vote could have changed the outcome.
The Marion County Board of Elections is dedicated to making sure elections are accessible and that all legally cast ballots are counted. On this website you can find election results and information on voting, becoming a poll worker, and running for office.
Questions? Contact us!
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Marion County Voter Information
The Marion County Board of Elections offers a variety of services to local voters to ensure access to the polls on and before elections. Click on the links below, or in the menu above, to access more details.
If you are not currently registered to vote, or need to update your voter information, you can get registered by submitting a short form at least 30 consecutive days before the next election.
Ohio allows for voting absentee prior to an election and if there is a medical emergency on election day. Click the link above to get more details on voting absentee.
Are you unsure where you should be voting? Click the link above to find your polling location.
You can locate your voter details using our quick, online tool. With this, you can view poll information, a sample ballot, print an absentee ballot request, and more.
If you have submitted a request for an absentee ballot, you can use this tool to view the status of your request.
You can view sample ballots for the upcoming election by typing in your street address.
There are lots of deadlines and requirements to remember when running for public office. You can find several tools on our website to help your campaign along with details on various filing requirements, deadlines, and forms.
Become a Pollworker
Are you a registered voter in Marion County? Do you enjoy working with the public and serving your community? Marion County employs more than 360 poll workers to conduct an election. We need your help to make this possible!
Marion County, Ohio Board of Elections
222 W. Center St. – Marion, OH 43302-3646
Voice: 740-223-4090 I Fax: 740-223-4099