Ohio Polling Locations are Safe to Vote at on Election Day

Ohio as safe voting locations

Your county board of elections has been preparing for Election Day and Ohio is ready for November 3rd!

In partnership with the Ohio Department of Health and the CDC, Secretary of State Frank LaRose developed a 61-point health guidance checklist for polling locations to ensure that both voters and poll workers are safe.

Thanks in part to donations from Ohio companies, hand sanitizer and face masks will be awaiting voters as they socially distance through quickly moving lines to make their voice heard efficiently and safely on Tuesday.

Thank you for voting, Ohio!

Voters are asked to wear a mask. If a voter does not have one, one will be provided upon entry.

Voters who have symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19 will be asked to utilize curbside voting. A poll worker at each location will be able to assist these voters.

All persons at the voting locations are asked to maintain a distance of six feet between each other

Voters are asked to either wash or sanitize their hands before and after voting.

Election officials will sanitize all voting equipment between each use.

Make Your Voice Heard!