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Do you live in OH-12?

Our district is Gerrymandered to preserve the seat for Republican incumbents. But they never counted on Alaina. She calls OH-12 her beautifully diverse Jalapeno Pepper. 

Do You Live in OH-12?

Who would best represent your interests? 

Alaina Shearer

Troy Balderson

County Board of Elections

Delaware County

Board of Elections 

  • Address – 2079 U.S. Hwy 23 N, Delaware, OH 43015
  • Mailing address – PO Box 8006 Delaware, OH 43015-8006
  • Office phone – 740-833-2080
  • Regular office hours 8-4 M-F

Voting Options

  1. Vote early in person if you feel comfortable doing so. 
    1. Go to Delaware County Board of Elections to vote early in-person starting October 6th @ 2079 U.S. Hwy 23, N, Delaware, OH 43015
    2. Click here to see when the Board of Elections will be open for early voting.
  2. Request an absentee ballot and return it to the dropbox in person at BOE. The deadline to request an absentee ballot is noon on October 31st.
    1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it.
    2. Mail the completed request form to PO Box 8006 Delaware, OH 43015-8006, or deliver it in person to 2079 U.S. Hwy 23, N, Delaware, OH 43015
    3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then fill out your ballot from home.
    4. Return the completed ballot in person, in envelope, to the dropbox at 2079 U.S Hwy 23 N, Delaware, OH 43015. The completed ballot in the return ballot must be received by the BOE no later than the close of the polls on Election day at 7:30 PM
  3. Request an Absentee ballot and mail it back:
    1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it.
    2. Mail the completed request form to PO Box 8006 Delaware, OH 43015-8006, or deliver it in person to 2079 U.S. Hwy 23, N, Delaware, OH 43015
    3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then fill out your ballot from home.
    4. Mail completed ballot to PO Box 8006 Delaware, OH 43015-8006. Return envelope with ballot must be postmarked no later than the day before the election.
  4. Vote on Election Day in person 
    1. Election day voting opens at 6:30 am and closes at 7:30 pm on Tuesday November 3rd. Find the Delaware County polling location @ lookup.boe.ohio.gov.
    2. You must present a valid form of identification at the polling location before you can cast your ballot. Valid forms of ID include: 1) Photo ID with voter photograph, name, current address, and expiration date that has not passed (note that because of Co-vid any expiration date after March 9th is acceptable), 2) Military ID, 3) Utility bill, 4) Bank statement, 5) Government check, 6) Paycheck, 7) Other government document (can include transcripts, tax bills, licenses, etc.)
  5. Vote on Election Day Curbside
    1. Curbside voting is available in Ohio at every polling location, and is a great alternative to going into your polling location on Election Day if you are at risk for COVID.
    2. Two precinct election officials will bring a ballot to you. You may sit in your car and vote, or you may vote at the door of the building.
Franklin County

Board of Elections

  • Address – 1700 Morse Road, Columbus OH, 43229
  • Mailing address – PO Box 182111 Columbus, OH 43218-2111
  • Office phone – 614-525-3100
  • Absentee Department phone – 614-525-3470
  • Regular Office hours – 8-5 M-F

Voting Options

  1. Vote early in person if you feel comfortable doing so.
    1. Go to Franklin County BOE to vote early; 1700 Morse Rd., Columbus, OH 43229. 
    2. https://vote.franklincountyohio.gov/Voters/Absentee-Voting
  2. Request an absentee ballot and return it to the drop box in person. The deadline to request an absentee ballot is 3 days before the election date. 
  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to Franklin County BOE – PO Box 182111 Columbus, OH 43218-2111
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Return the completed ballot in person, in envelope, to the BOE – 1700 Morse Rd., Columbus, OH 43229. The completed ballot in the return ballot must be received by the BOE no later than the close of the polls on Election day at 7:30 PM.

3) Request an Absentee ballot and mail it back 

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to BOE – PO Box 182111 Columbus, OH 43218-2111
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Mail completed ballot to PO Box 182111 Columbus, OH 43218-2111. Return envelope with ballot must be postmarked no later than the day before the election and received by the board of elections no later than 10 days after the election for the ballot to be counted. 

4) Vote on Election Day in person 

  1. Election day voting opens at 6:30 am and closes at 7:30 pm on Tuesday November 3rd. Find the Franklin County polling location @ lookup.boe.ohio.gov
  2. Must present a valid form of Identification at the polling location before you can cast your ballot. Valid forms of ID include: 1) Photo ID with voter photograph, name, current address, and expiration date that has not passed (note that because of Co-vid any expiration date after March 9th is acceptable), 2) Military ID, 3) Utility bill, 4) Bank statement, 5) Government check, 6) Paycheck, 7) Other government document (can include transcripts, tax bills, licenses, etc.) 

5) Vote on Election day curbside at your polling location

Licking County

Board of Elections

  • Address – Don Hill Administration Building 20 S. Second St. Newark, OH 43055
  • Mailing address – same as above 
  • Office phone – 740-670-5080
  • Regular office hours 8-4:30 M-F

Voting Options

  1. Vote early in person if you feel comfortable doing so
    1. Go to Licking County BOE to vote early; Don Hill Administration Building 20 S. Second St., Newark, OH 43055.

      2) Request an absentee ballot and return it to the drop box in person

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to Licking County BOE – Don Hill Administration Building 20 S. Second St., Newark, OH 43055
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Return the completed ballot in person, in envelope, to the BOE Don Hill Administration Building 20 S. Second St., Newark, OH 43055. The completed ballot in the return ballot must be received by the BOE no later than the close of the polls on Election day at 7:30 PM.

3) Request an Absentee ballot and mail it back 

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to BOE – Don Hill Administration Building 20 S. Second St., Newark, OH 43055. 
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Mail completed ballot to Don Hill Administration Building 20 S. Second St., Newark, OH 43055. Return envelope with ballot must be postmarked no later than the day before the election and received by the board of elections no later than 10 days after the election for the ballot to be counted. 

4) Vote on Election Day in person 

  1. Election day voting opens at 6:30 am and closes at 7:30 pm on Tuesday November 3rd. Find the Licking County polling location @ lookup.boe.ohio.gov
  2. Must present a valid form of Identification at the polling location before you can cast your ballot. Valid forms of ID include: 1) Photo ID with voter photograph, name, current address, and expiration date that has not passed (note that because of Co-vid any expiration date after March 9th is acceptable), 2) Military ID, 3) Utility bill, 4) Bank statement, 5) Government check, 6) Paycheck, 7) Other government document (can include transcripts, tax bills, licenses, etc.) 

5) Vote on Election Day curbside

Marion County

Board of Elections

  • Address – 222 W. Center St., Marion, OH 43302
  • Office phone – 740-223-4090
  • Regular office hours – 8:30-4:30 M-F
  1. Vote early in person if you feel comfortable doing so
  1. Vote starting October 6th at Marion BOE 222 W. Center St., Marion, OH 43302

      2) Request an absentee ballot and return it to the drop box in person

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to the Marion County BOE – 222 W. Center St., Marion, OH 43302.
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Return the completed ballot in person, in envelope, to the BOE, 222 W. Center St., Marion, OH 43302. The completed ballot in the return ballot must be received by the BOE no later than the close of the polls on Election day at 7:30 PM.

3) Request an Absentee ballot and mail it back 

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to BOE – 222 W. Center St., Marion, OH 43302. 
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Mail completed ballot to 222 W. Center St., Marion, OH 43302. 

4) Vote on Election day in person 

  1. Election day polling places begin at 6:30 am and close at 7:30 pm on Tuesday November 3rd. Find Marion county polling locations @ lookup.boe.ohio.gov
  2. Must present a valid form of Identification at the polling location before you can cast your ballot. Valid forms of ID include: 1) Photo ID with voter photograph, name, current address, and expiration date that has not passed (note that because of Co-vid any expiration date after March 9th is acceptable), 2) Military ID, 3) Utility bill, 4) Bank statement, 5) Government check, 6) Paycheck, 7) Other government document (can include transcripts, tax bills, licenses, etc.) 

5) Vote on Election day curbside

Morrow County

Board of Elections 

  • Address – 619 W. Marion Rd., Room 146 Mt. Gilead, OH 43338
  • Office phone – 419-946-4026
  • Regular office hours – 8-4:30 M-Th

Voting Options

  1. Vote early in person if you feel comfortable doing so
  1. Vote starting October 6th at the Morrow BOE – 619 W. Marion Rd., Room 146 Mt. Gilead, OH 43338

      2) Request an absentee ballot and return it to the drop box in person

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to the Morrow County BOE – 619 W. Marion Rd., Room 146, Mt. Gilead, OH 43338.
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Return the completed ballot in person, in envelope, to the BOE, 619 W. Marion Rd., Room 146, Mt. Gilead, OH 43338. The completed ballot in the return ballot must be received by the BOE no later than the close of the polls on Election day at 7:30 PM.

3) Request an Absentee ballot and mail it back 

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to BOE – 619 W. Marion Rd., Room 146, Mt. Gilead, OH 43338. 
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Mail completed ballot to 619 W. Marion Rd., Room 146, Mt. Gilead, OH 43338.

4) Vote on Election day in person voting

  1. Election day polling places begin at 6:30 am and close at 7:30 pm on Tuesday November 3rd. Find Morrow county polling locations @ lookup.boe.ohio.gov
  2. Must present a valid form of Identification at the polling location before you can cast your ballot. Valid forms of ID include: 1) Photo ID with voter photograph, name, current address, and expiration date that has not passed (note that because of Co-vid any expiration date after March 9th is acceptable), 2) Military ID, 3) Utility bill, 4) Bank statement, 5) Government check, 6) Paycheck, 7) Other government document (can include transcripts, tax bills, licenses, etc.) 

5) Vote on Election day curbside

Muskingum County

Board of Elections 

  • Address – 627 Market St., Zanesville, OH 43701
  • Office phone – 740-455-7120
  • Regular office hours – 8-4 M-F

Voting Options

  1. Vote early in person if you feel comfortable doing so
  1. Vote starting October 6th at the Muskingum BOE – 627 Market St., Zanesville, OH 43701

      2) Request an absentee ballot and return it to the drop box in person

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to the Muskingum County BOE – 627 Market St., Zanesville, OH 43701.
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Return the completed ballot in person, in envelope, to the BOE, 627 Market St., Zanesville, OH 43701. The completed ballot in the return ballot must be received by the BOE no later than the close of the polls on Election day at 7:30 PM.

3) Request an Absentee ballot and mail it back 

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to BOE – 627 Market St., Zanesville, OH 43701. 
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Mail completed ballot to 627 Market St., Zanesville, OH 43701. 

4) Vote on Election day in person 

  1. Election day polling places begin at 6:30 am and close at 7:30 pm on Tuesday November 3rd. Find Muskingum county polling locations @ lookup.boe.ohio.gov
  2. Must present a valid form of Identification at the polling location before you can cast your ballot. Valid forms of ID include: 1) Photo ID with voter photograph, name, current address, and expiration date that has not passed (note that because of Co-vid any expiration date after March 9th is acceptable), 2) Military ID, 3) Utility bill, 4) Bank statement, 5) Government check, 6) Paycheck, 7) Other government document (can include transcripts, tax bills, licenses, etc.) 

5) Vote on election day curbside

Richland County

Board of Elections 

  • Address – 1495 W. Longview Ave., Suite 101, Mansfield, OH 44906
  • Office phone – 419-774-5530
  • Regular office hours – 8-4 M-F

Voting Options

  1. Vote early in person if you feel comfortable doing so
  1. Vote starting October 6th at the Richland County BOE – 1495 W. Longview Ave., Suite 101, Mansfield, OH 44906

      2) Request an absentee ballot and return it to the drop box in person

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to the Richland County BOE – 1495 Longview Ave., Suite 101, Mansfield, OH 44906.
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Return the completed ballot in person, in envelope, to the BOE, 1495 Longview Ave., Suite 101, Mansfield, OH 44906. The completed ballot in the return ballot must be received by the BOE no later than the close of the polls on Election day at 7:30 PM.

3) Request an Absentee ballot and mail it back 

  1. Complete absentee ballot request form, print and sign it. Provide proof of identification on form with 1) Ohio driver’s license number, 2) The last four digits of Social Security number, or 3) A copy of a current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address.
  2. Mail the completed request form to BOE – 1495 Longview Ave., Suite 101, Mansfield, OH 44906. 
  3. Wait for your ballot to come in the mail from the BOE, then vote on the ballot from home. 
  4. Mail completed ballot to 1495 Longview Ave., Suite 101, Mansfield, OH 44906.  

4) Vote on Election day in person 

  1. Election day polling places begin at 6:30 am and close at 7:30 pm on Tuesday November 3rd. Find Richland county polling locations @ lookup.boe.ohio.gov
  2. Must present a valid form of Identification at the polling location before you can cast your ballot. Valid forms of ID include: 1) Photo ID with voter photograph, name, current address, and expiration date that has not passed (note that because of Co-vid any expiration date after March 9th is acceptable), 2) Military ID, 3) Utility bill, 4) Bank statement, 5) Government check, 6) Paycheck, 7) Other government document (can include transcripts, tax bills, licenses, etc.) 

5) Vote on Election day curbside

 

About Alaina Shearer

After her award winning career as a radio journalist, Alaina Shearer became a single mom who against all odds built a small business and then a national movement for women in digital and tech. Today, she is ready to join her neighbors to reclaim their power by flipping Ohio’s 12th Congressional District. Her goal is to move forward, faster on issues hard working Ohioans can not afford to ignore. 

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