This primary has been a wild ride, but it looks like we finally have some answers. Though voting will continue, there will be no in-person voting for Ohio’s Primary election. That means if you have not yet voted, your chance to do that is via an absentee ballot. The deadline has been extended to April 28th. If you have already voted the vote will be counted and there is no need to vote again. Unfortunately, that also means if you were not registered to vote by the original February 18th deadline, you will not be able to vote in this election.

Check your registration here.

Though voting by mail may be new, we are here to walk you through it!
Here is what you need to do to make sure your voice is heard:
You must submit an application for an absentee ballot by April 25th at noon. You can print the form to request an absentee ballot here.
Fill out the form and mail it to your County Board of Elections. They will then mail you an absentee ballot.
When you get your absentee ballot, fill it in and return it to your County Board of Elections. Mailed ballots must be postmarked on or before April 27th. You can return an absentee ballot by hand to your board of elections on or before April 28th at 7:30 pm.

If you need assistance voting, contact your Board of Elections to receive the next steps.
Thank you all so much for your support. Please share this information with your friends and family.

We will get through this together. Stay healthy!