EarlyVote

Vote Early Ohio

(Avoid Long Queue of Waiting)

Oct 12–Nov 7

 第一步,mail application

第二步,mail ballot

Who can vote early

Any Ohio registered voter can apply for an absentee ballot and vote by mail

Who can vote by mail

Any Ohio registered voter can apply for an absentee ballot and vote by mail

1. Get the absentee ballot request form

Get the absentee ballot request form online or call 1-877-767-6446 to request one by mail


2. Fill out the application

Step 1 · Provide your name, home address and county, and address to send the ballot to

Step 2 · Provide your birthday and driver’s license number. If you don’t have one, provide the last 4 digits of your Social Security number or a photocopy of one of the following:

Valid photo ID

Military ID, current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or government check

Any government document that shows your name and home address

Step 3 · Provide the date of the election you want to vote in

The 2016 general election is on Nov 8

Step 4 · Check the box for “General Election”

Step 5 · Sign and date the form

Step 6 · (Optional) Provide your phone number and email address

3. Send the application

Mail the signed and completed form to your county board of elections. It must be received bynoon on Nov 5.

4. Vote

Once you receive your ballot, follow the instructions to fill it out

Mail your signed and completed ballot to your county board of elections by Nov 7. Or, return your signed and completed ballot to your county board of elections in person by Nov 8.

Check the status of your ballot through your county on sos.state.oh.us

ID requirements

ID isn’t required to vote by mail

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