of State Jon Husted...
Voting for Primary has started
register to vote for March 6 Election is Feb. 6
February 1, 2012
of State Jon Husted is reminding all Ohioans planning to participate in
March 6 Presidential Primary Election of some key upcoming dates and
Voting by Mail
January 31, 2012 - Ohio’s 88 county boards of elections will begin
absentee ballots to voters who have already requested to vote by mail
March 6 Primary Election.
haven’t yet requested an absentee ballot may submit their requests in
to their county board of elections no later than noon on March 3, 2012.
absentee ballot request form, which can easily be downloaded and mailed
county boards of elections is available on the Secretary of State’s
information website: www.MyOhioVote.com.
in-person absentee voting period also begins on January 31, 2012, and
through 6:00 p.m. on Friday, March 2, 2012. Locations and regular
hours for in-person absentee voting vary from county to county and
encouraged to check with their county boards of elections for more
deadline to register to vote for the March 6 Primary Election is
2012. It is important to note that the voter registration form also
the change of name or address form and all Ohio voters who have moved
changed their name since the last election, should update their
by February 6, so that boards of elections have time to update the
before Election Day. This helps to ensure these voters can vote a
ballot, rather than a provisional ballot.*Note: Ohio’s voter
registration/change of name & address form is available for
Information & Resources
To register to vote, update voting
information, request an absentee ballot, find contact information for
county boards of elections or to obtain more general information about
March 6 Primary Election and how to participate, all Ohioans are