Absentee voting has been extended through April 28th. There will be no in-person voting for this election, except for people with disabilities or people without a home mailing address.
Although the Secretary of State and Boards of Elections are working hard to fulfill their duties, delays and hiccups in the process may occur due to several uncertainties that have arisen during this public health crisis, like:
All businesses, including the U.S. Postal Service and print shops (both now essential to this election) are expected to have increased delays in service due to the public health crisis.
The elections administration in Ohio is not currently set up to administer an entire election by mail.
Get Outside to Get Out the Vote!
We may be socially/physically isolating, but we have also been encouraged to get outside, take a walk, enjoy our local parks, etc. While we cannot have close contact with each other, we can drop-off information about “How to Vote in the Ohio Primary Election” in newspaper boxes and screen doors or post on park billboards, etc. Click here to find a printable flyer for you to take on your next walk!