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Ohio 2020 Primary Election

If you have not yet voted by absentee ballot or by early in-person voting, here is how you can still vote. Voting will be by mail-in absentee ballot with some exceptions.

Ballots must be in before April 28th 2020.

The state government will send postcards to every Ohioan with instructions on how to request an absentee ballot. The postcards could arrive in the mailbox in the second week of April, but you do not need to wait for the postcard.

 

  1. Go to the Board of Elections website to request a paper ballot.

  2. Elections officials will mail you an empty ballot with a postage-paid envelope. 

  3. Deadline to request absentee ballot is April 25.

  4. Fill it out, print it, and mail it in. If anything on ballot is incorrect, it will be rejected.

  5. You have until April 27th to mail completed ballot back or drop it off at the curbside ballot box at:
    Greene County Board of Elections
    551 Ledbetter Rd.
    Xenia, OH 45385

  6. Votes will be counted on April 28.

NO COMPUTER

If you do not have access to a computer or printer, call the county Board of Elections  (937-562-6170) and request a ballot be mailed to you. 

Or, you can send a letter to request the ballot. The letter must include:

  • Name

  • Address

  • Address to send the ballot to if different from home address

  • Telephone number

  • Birth date

  • Ohio driver’s license number or the last four digits of your Social Security Number

  • Election for which you are requesting a ballot

  • Party affiliation if you are requesting a ballot for a primary election

  • A statement that you are a qualified voter

  • Signature of voter

EXCEPTIONS
Voters with disabilities, such as visual impairment, and those who are unable to receive mail may cast ballots in person at the Greene County Board of Elections on April 28.

ALREADY VOTED?

If you already voted by absentee ballot or by early in-person voting, your vote will still count.

Full results of the election may not be known until after May 8, because boards of elections must accept ballots that are postmarked by April 27 and arrive by May 8.

RESOURCES:
VoteOhio.gov
Greene County Board of Elections information
--link to application for absentee ballot 

Greene County Check My Absentee Request