Absentee Voting by Mail
To vote by mail, a separate application must be submitted for each election that a voter wishes to vote by mail. The application must be received by the board of elections by close of business day the Tuesday prior to Election Day. Download the Absentee Application, complete it, and return it to our office. Steps to request and vote an absentee ballot
In-Person Absentee Voting
In-person absentee voting begins the day after the close of voter registration before each election. Voters may choose to vote
in-person at our Vote Center, located in our Board of Elections office. In-person absentee voting ends at the close of business day the Sunday before Election Day.
Voters with Disabilities
Certain individuals with a personal illness, physical disability, or infirmity may be eligible to have a provisional ballot delivered to them. Please check the Ohio Secretary of State’s Information Guide for details.
Election Day Voting
For detailed information on provisional voting, please review the Ohio Secretary of State’s Guidelines.
Military and Overseas Voting
Forms and additional information on absentee voting for military and overseas voters are available at the Federal Voting Assistance Program. When the board of elections issues your ballot, it will provide you with information on how to track the status of your ballot in the Centralized Ballot Tracking System.
Use our Ballot Viewer to see your sample ballot.
Polling Location Lookup
You may view your precinct and polling location information here.
Find Your Elected Officials
To view details of your elected officials, use our Elected Officials Finder. Use the drop-down menu below to select the elected officials that you would like to view. You have the ability to filter your results by specifying the district type if you would like. When you select a specific precinct, all elected officials that pertain to the precinct selected will be shown.