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Are You Vote Ready?


We are providing election information for the upcoming election. You can check your voter registration, register to vote, see sample ballots, and much more.  

 Information on the 2020 General Election.

Election day is Tuesday November 3rd.

There are three ways to vote: Absentee, Early in-person voting and Voting in person on Election Day.

1. Absentee:

The Secretary of State is sending applications to vote by mail to all registered voters. Once you fill out an application and mail it back to your county Board of Elections--you will be sent a ballot. It can be mailed in or returned in person to a drop box at the county board of elections.

The last day to request an absentee ballot is October 31st. If returned by mail, it must be postmarked by November 2nd. If returned to the board of elections in person, it must be delivered before 7:30pm on Election Day November 3rd.

2. Early in person:

Any registered voter can vote early starting October 6th at the county Board of Elections office. You must bring an ID or proof of residence.

3. Vote on Election Day:

Polls will be open from 6:30am to 7:30 pm on Election Day. Remember to bring ID.

For information on voting you can contact your county Board of Elections or go to

The Franklin County Board of Elections is located at 1700 Morse Road in Columbus. (614)525-3100.

Remember: if you request an absentee ballot but don't send it in, you can vote in person on election day--but your ballot will be provisional.

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