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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, March 6, 2014

Secretary of State Husted’s Office to Hold Open Office Hours Across the State in March
*Please post this event on community calendars*

COLUMBUS – Secretary of State Jon Husted today announced regional office hours for the month of March. Regional liaisons for the Secretary of State’s office will be in twenty-two counties around Ohio including Pike, Miami, Preble, Belmont, Morrow, Morgan, Washington, Pickaway, Fayette, Hocking, Fairfield, Scioto, Madison, Carroll, Jackson, Clermont, Coshocton, Athens, Brown, Adams, Highland, and Perry. The goal of open office hours is to give local citizens an opportunity to learn more about, and stay connected with, the Secretary of State’s office in an informal and accessible setting.

In addition to making voter registration forms and election information available, regional representatives will be on hand to answer questions and distribute materials to those interested in learning more about the other functions of the office such as the business services division and initiatives including the Ohio Business Profile and Military Ready-to-Vote program.

These meetings are one of many the Ohio Secretary of State’s regional field representatives will be hosting across the Buckeye State as a way to provide Ohioans with resources and information on all issues and matters related to the responsibilities and operations of the office of Secretary of State.

The events will be held at the following times and locations: 

County

Date

Time

Location

Address

City

Zip

Pike

Mar. 10

10am-12pm

Garnet A. Wilson Public Library

207 N. Market Street

Waverly

45690

Miami

Mar. 11

12pm-2pm

Troy Miami Public Library

419 W. Main Street

Troy

45373

Preble

Mar. 14

12pm-2pm

Preble County Library

301 N. Barron Street

Eaton

45320

Belmont

Mar. 18

2pm-4pm

Martins Ferry Public Library

20 James Wright Place

Martins Ferry

43935

Morrow

Mar. 18

1:30pm-3:30pm

Mount Gilead Public Library

41 East High Street

Mount Gilead

43338

Morgan

Mar. 18

1pm-3pm

Kate Love Simpson Morgan County Library

358 E. Main Street

McConnelsville

43756

Washington

Mar. 18

10am-12pm

Belpre Public Library

2012 Washington Boulevard

Belpre

45714

Pickaway

Mar. 21

3pm-5pm

Pickaway County Library

1160 North Court St.

Circleville

43113

Fayette

Mar. 21

12pm-2pm

Carnegie Public Library

127 S. North Street

Washington Courthouse

43160

Hocking

Mar. 24

2pm-4pm

Logan-Hocking County District Library

230 E. Main Street

Logan

43138

Fairfield

Mar. 25

2pm-4pm

Fairfield County District Library

219 N. Broad Street

Lancaster

43130

Scioto

Mar. 25

1pm-3pm

Portsmouth Public Library

1220 Gallia Street

Portsmouth

45662

Madison

Mar. 26

3pm-5pm

The Hurt/Battelle Memorial Library of West Jefferson

270 Lilly Chapel Road

West Jefferson

43162

Carroll

Mar. 26

2pm-4pm

Carroll County District Library

70 Second St. NE

Carrolton

44615

Jackson

Mar. 26

1pm-3pm

Markay Cultural Arts Center

269 E. Main Street

Jackson

45640

Clermont

Mar. 27

12pm-2pm

Clermont County Public Library

180 S. Third Street

Batavia

45103

Coshocton

Mar. 27

2pm-4pm

Coshocton Public Library

655 Main Street

Coshocton

43812

Athens

Mar. 27

9 am - 11 am

Athens County Public Library

95 W. Washington Street

Nelsonville

45764

Brown

Mar. 31

12pm-2pm

Fayetteville-Perry Library

406 N. East Street

Fayetteville

45118

Adams

Mar. 31

10am-12pm

Adams Co Services Annex Conference Room

215 North Cross St.

West Union

45693

Highland

Mar. 31

1pm-3pm

Highland County District Library - Hillsboro

10 Willettsville Pike

Hillsboro

45133

Perry

Mar. 31

1:30pm-3:30pm

Perry County District Library

117 S. Jackson Street

New Lexington

43764

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For more information, please contact Matt McClellan at (614) 995-2239.

 

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