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Next Election: Tuesday, November 5, 2024 General Election

*** Election Night Results are located at Election Info, Election Night Results ***

Bring ID To The Polls

H.B. 458 changes the types of identification (“ID”) Ohioans may use for voter registration and voting. In general, a voter must have photo ID to vote in person, unless the voter has a religious objection to being photographed and attests to this on the form prescribed by the Secretary of State. For absentee voting by mail, a voter may still provide an Ohio driver’s license number or state ID card number, the last four digits of their Social Security Number (“SSN”), or a photocopy of the voter’s photo identification. Beginning on April 7, 2023, any person ages 17 and over who applies for and receives a state ID card from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (“BMV”) may receive it for free.

Online Campaign Finance Filing System

Election Forms and Ballot Drop-Off

Located on Ashwood Ln.
Use slot in Drop Box to drop off absentee ballots, absentee ballot request forms and voter registration forms.
North Broadway Early Voting Entrance

Online Voter Registration

You may now register to vote online by going to the following link:

Voter Registration Deadline

The deadline to register to vote for the November 5, 2024 General Election is Monday, October 7, 2024. Our offices will be open 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. to accommodate voters

Online Change of Address

You may now update your voter registration address online by going to the following link:

Voter Information Search

Check your registration details, print an absentee request form, view a sample ballot, get your polling location, and see a list of elected officials.
Click Here to access the Voter Information Search
You can access your voter information on your smart phone. You can download the FREE app by searching for “Ohio Voter Info” or Ohio Voter Information” in your app store.

Uniformed and Overseas Absentee Voter Information

Register to vote and apply to receive an absentee ballot using the current Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) available online at www.fvap.gov.

Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot Notifications

Helpful Sites for UOCAVA Voters

Informed Delivery USPS

Please use this link to sign up for a free service from the United States Postal Service which will:

  • Enable you to see the mail coming to you daily before it arrives
  • Once you vote your ballot and mail it back—will enable you to track your ballot to see when the Board of Elections receives it

Informed Delivery USPS

Other Information

Board Meeting Schedule

Candidate Requirement Guide

Vulnerability Disclosure Policy

Public Records Policy

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