As you may know, the Ohio Secretary of State has moved some polling locations and taken some other actions due to the coronavirus. You can still vote early in-person or by mail, or on Election Day.
Here is what you need to know:
- Vote Early in Person: You can vote early in-person until 2PM on Monday March 16 at your county’s early voting location.
- Vote by Mail: Requests for absentee ballots must be received by your county board of elections by noon on Saturday March 14. Your absentee ballot must be postmarked by Monday March 16, or you may drop off your ballot at your county board of elections by 7:30PM on Tuesday March 17th. County boards of election will have curbside drop-off available on Election Day from 6:30AM to 7:30PM.
- Vote in Person on Election Day: If like many of us, you prefer to vote on Election Day, you should confirm your polling location. The Ohio Secretary of State has moved some polling locations due to the coronavirus. Polling locations will be updating throughout the week so be sure to review your information as close to Election Day as possible.
Your vote is important. We need to make sure every voice is heard as we work to build a pro-choice majority in the Ohio Statehouse. Find the full list of endorsed candidates recommended by NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio.