Vote through April 27, 2020 by Absentee ballot. Ballot must be postmarked by April 27, 2020.
Limited in-person voting on April 28 is only for those with disabilities who require in-person voting, and for those who do not have a home mailing address.
How do I get an Absentee Ballot? Complete the Ballot Request form and mail it to your local Board of Elections. They will then mail you your Absentee Ballot.
- Absentee Ballot Request | Montgomery County [printable form]
- Absentee Ballot Request | other counties [printable form]
What if I don't have a printer? You can also call your County Board of Elections to request the Ballot Request form by mail. You will have to complete and return this request in order to receive your actual Absentee Ballot.
- Montgomery County BOE (open M-F, 8AM-4PM): 937-225-5656
- Directory of all Ohio Boards of Elections
What's on my ballot? (Select FIND BALLOTS)
From Ohio Secretary of State Statement 3/25/2020:
THE LEGISLATURE’S PRIMARY ELECTION PLAN:
- The Ohio Secretary of State must design, print and mail approximately 7.8 million informational postcards to every registered Ohioan that explains to them how to obtain the form necessary to request an absentee ballot.
- Based on preliminary estimates from prospective vendors, it is expected that these postcards will reach registered voters in the second week of April.
- Voters who want to cast a ballot must then either print out an absentee ballot request form themselves or call their county board and ask for one to be sent to them.
- Voters must then affix their own postage and send the request to their county board of elections.
- Boards must then process the request, print the ballot and send it to the voter.
- Each voter must receive their ballot, cast their vote, and return the ballot in a postage-paid envelope, postmarked by April 27th.