“In Ohio, it’s easy to vote. With thousands of locations to get registered, hundreds of hours to cast your ballot, and three different options for voting, all eligible Ohioans have equal access to one of the best election systems in the country.
Making it easy to vote and hard to cheat is the guiding principle behind my efforts to modernize and improve elections in Ohio.”
-Jon Husted, Ohio Secretary of State
Ohioans have more access to voting than any of our bordering states.
Register to vote for the 2014 General Election by October 6.
Absentee Voting by Mail:
Vote from the comfort of home by requesting that your ballot be mailed to you.
(ballots distributed starting 28 days before the November General Election)
All registered voters with up to date addresses will get a request form in the mail soon after Labor Day.
Simply complete it and either:
- Drop it off at your local board of elections, or
- Return it by mail.
No need to stand in a line.
Request your absentee ballot before noon on November 1. Return it in-person before the close of polls (7:30 p.m.) on November 4 to your county board of elections or drop it in the mail (make sure it is postmarked by November 3).
Early In-Person Voting:
You can cast your ballot in person over a period of 28 days (beginning October 7) before the 2014 November General Election. Check with your county board of elections for locations.
On Election Day:
The 2014 General Election is on November 4th. Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Find your polling location at www.MyOhioVote.com
Whether you choose to vote from the comfort of your home with an absentee ballot by mail, vote early in person, or cast your ballot on Election Day, your vote can make a difference.