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To request an absentee ballot today:
If you have trouble using the HTML form below or you are hospitalized, a military or overseas voter, or have a qualifying disability under the Americans with Disabilities act, follow this link to download a blank absentee request form.
It is recommended you check your registration status. You can do so (once your form is completed and submitted) by contacting your local board of elections. If your information has changed since the last time you voted and you have not yet updated your voter registration, follow this link to update your address online or if your name has changed, follow this link to complete a new voter registration.
The first date that an application may be made for elections in 2021 is January 1, 2021.
The deadlines to request an absentee ballot by mail for the following elections are as follows:
Note: State and federal law make additional accommodations for military and overseas voters. Please visit MilitaryVotes.Ohio.gov for more information.
Per Ohio Revised Code section 3509.03, the following must be provided to be considered a valid application
You must choose one of the identification options below. Depending on which identification box you check, please input the corresponding information.
Check only one. If the Ohio Driver License number option is selected, please provide your Ohio Driver License number. If the last four digits of your Social Security number option is selected, please provide the last four digits of your Social Security number. If you choose to send in a copy of your identification, be sure to send it in the envelope with your absentee ballot request.
Today's Date 6/20/2021
NOTE: After clicking "Download & Print" verify your information and print the absentee ballot application. You must then sign, date and mail the application to your county board of elections.