Welcome to the Registration Reset address lookup page.
State law requires Ohio elections officials to remove registrations from the rolls that have been inactive for at least six years, or at least 12 elections, and have failed to respond to mailed notices. This is done to maintain accurate and secure voter rolls that are free of duplicates, deceased, and voters who have moved out of state.
This searchable database is part of an unprecedented effort to partner with community organizations to make sure every eligible Ohioan is registered to vote.
We want you to be an active voter! To update your information, visit OhioSoS.gov/update.
If you find your name with an address that matches your present or former voter registration address, you can update or confirm your voter registration by doing one of the following:
- Update your information at OhioSoS.gov/update
- Return the “Last Chance” postcard sent by your county board of elections
- Submit a paper voter registration form found at your local BMV, public library, or county board of elections
If you have any questions, fill out the contact form here.
*This list was populated with data provided to the Secretary of State by the county boards of elections. This data is current as of the date it was generated. For questions about the status of your registration, please contact your local board at www.OhioSoS.gov/elections/elections-officials/county-boards-of-elections-directory/.