2016 Voter Information

Important Election Dates for 2016
  • Tuesday, October 11 - Voter registration deadline - Verify your registration is current by calling your county Board of Elections or look it up at www.MyOhioVote.com and choose "check my voter registration."
  • Wednesday, October 12 - Start of absentee and early voting - Click here for early in-person voting days and hours. Click here to download an absentee ballot application form that you can print, sign, and mail to your county Board of Elections.
  • Monday, November 7 - Deadline to postmark absentee ballots sent via mail
  • Tuesday, November 8 - Election Day! Polls are open 6:30am to 7:30pm. Absentee ballots may be dropped off at the county Board of Elections (NOT local polling places) by the 7:30pm deadline.
  • Click here for a county Board of Elections directory

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Election News: Golden Week Lawsuit Updates
  • On 9/13/2016 the US Supreme Court declined an emergency request to restore Golden Week. This means early voting will begin in Ohio on October 12, the day after the October 11 voter registration deadline. Read news coverage here.
  • On 8/23/2016 a federal appeals court overruled the lower court and upheld elimination of Golden Week. This means early voting will begin October 12, after voter registration closes. It is as yet unknown whether plaintiffs plan to appeal this ruling. The appeals court decision and other court filings are available here. Read news coverage here and here
  • On 5/24/2016 a federal judge ordered Secretary of State Husted to restore "Golden Week." Read the court ruling here. Read news coverage here and here.
  • LWV Ohio will continue to update the Voting 1-2-3 info cards based on the latest court rulings.

Election News: Voter Mailings
  • Absentee -- This year the Secretary of State will mail absentee ballot applications to all Ohio registered voters. The first mailing is expected to go out around Labor Day, with a second supplemental mailing in October to new registrants.
  • Registration – The Secretary of State will be mailing a postcard to any Ohioan who is eligible to vote but not currently registered. If you receive this postcard, it is important that you submit a completed voter registration form to your county Board of Elections by the October 11 registration deadline.

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