VOTING HOURS FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION MARCH 17, 2020

 ****CLICK HERE FOR ABSENTEE REPORTS AND LABELS****

UOCAVA (Military) Absentee Ballots will be ready   January 31, 2020

Early voting in-office begins Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Voting by mail begins February 19, 2020

         Call for Absentee Request  419-592-7956 - see below for in-office voting hours   

 Tuesday, February 18, 2020  Office open 8:00 am-9:00pm    VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE

ABSENTEE IN-OFFICE VOTING HOURS:

                                                                February 19 - February 21        8:00am - 5:00pm       Wednesday-Friday       

                                                                February 24 - March 6                8:00am - 5:00pm         Monday-Friday

                                                                March 9 - March 13                     8:00am - 7:00pm         Monday-Friday

                                                                March 14th                                    8:00 am - 4:00 pm       Saturday

                                                                 March 15th                                  1:00 pm - 5:00 pm       Sunday

                                                                 March 16th                                   8:00 am - 2:00 pm       Monday

 

                      TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2020 PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION DAY POLLS OPEN 6:30 AM - 7:30 PM

                You may request an Absentee Ballot from the Henry County Board of Elections by:

  • Calling the Board of Elections at 419-592-7956 and requesting an Absentee Ballot Application to be mailed to you.
  • IN OHIO,  A VOTER MAY VOTE ABSENTEE WITHOUT REASON.

    You may return your Absentee Ballot to the Henry County Board of Elections by:

  • Mailing it to the Board of Elections.
  • You or a relative may hand-deliver it to the Board of Elections.

  

For your absentee ballot to be counted, it must be received as follows:

  1. If cast from anywhere in the U.S. and you return it by mail, it must be postmarked* (the day before the election) and received by the board of elections no later than 10 days after the election.
  2. If you return it in person or if a near relative delivers it to the board for you, it must be delivered to the BOARD OF ELECTIONS no later than the close of polls (polls close at 7:30 p.m.) on Election Day.
  3. If you are a voter outside the U.S. on Election Day, your ballot envelope must be signed and postmarked by the close of polls on Election Day and received by your county board of elections not later than the 10th day after a special or general election.

* Postmarked does not include a date marked by a postage evidence system such as a postage meter.