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Primary Election voting is open!

Updated: Mar 10

Primary Election voting is open. 

Vote by Tuesday, March 19. 


There are three ways to put your voice in the mix.


Early In-Person Voting - daily through Sunday, March 17, at 5 p.m. at one place in the County - the Board of Elections

Don't forget your photo ID - Check the approved list of IDs.


Return your Vote-by-Mail ballot - postmarked by close of business Monday, March 18

Did you miss the mail deadline? No worries. Drive it to the Board of Elections and put it in the parking lot drop box by 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19 on Election Day.

Curious where your ballot is in the process? Track it like a package. More


Vote in Person on Election Day, Tuesday, March 19, 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Can't remember if you're registered? No Worries - check here.

If your information shows up, you're good to go!

Do you forget to update an address change? You can still vote. You will cast a provisional ballot. Once the updated information is verified, your vote will count. More

Find your polling location—every registered voter is assigned a place to vote in their neighborhood. Look up your location here! You can also see a sample ballot.

Don't forget your photo ID - approved list


The Ohio Primary determines the final candidates for the Fall General Election.

You must declare a party to vote on candidates in the Primary.

If you don't want to declare a party, you still can request an Issues Only ballot. There is one county-wide issue.


On the Ballot

Races in Ohio:

Federal - President; U.S. Senate seat (one); and all U.S. House of Representative seats

State - Ohio Supreme Court (three seats); all 99 seats in the State House of Representatives; 16  of the 33 seats in the State Senate (even-numbered)


Local Races - Vary, based on your home precinct.

Get a Sample Ballot - here


Your vote, your voice, our future. Could you make sure your voice is in the mix?

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