The Ohio General Assembly has put a plan in place for the Ohio Primary Election that will allow all Ohioans to continue voting by mail through April 28. Here’s what you need to do:
- If you already cast your ballot in person or by mail, your vote will be counted. Please do not try to vote again.
- If you haven’t already voted, now is your chance. Go to voteohio.gov and print your absentee ballot request, mail it to your county board of elections, and your board of elections will send you a ballot in the mail.
- If you live in Hudson, mail your absentee ballot request to Summit County Board of Elections, 470 Grant Street, Akron, OH 44311.
- If you are unable to print your absentee ballot request, contact the Summit County Board of Elections at 330-643-5200 to have an absentee ballot request form mailed to you.
- When you receive your ballot, you must cast your vote and return the ballot in a postage-paid envelope postmarked by April 27.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be a part of this election and let your voice be heard!
Questions about the 2020 Primary? Visit ohiosos.gov for FAQs.
The bill that contains this extension of the voting-by-mail period heads to Governor Mike DeWine who is expected to sign it soon.
WILL THERE BE IN-PERSON VOTING ON APRIL 28, 2020?
Yes, but since most Ohioans are being advised to stay home right now, the new law only allows for limited in-person voting on April 28th. In-person voting will only occur on April 28 and only at boards of elections early vote centers, not at precinct polling locations. And in-person voting will only be available for individuals with disabilities who require in-person voting and those who do not have a home mailing address.