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Sign the Petition to Support Online Voter Registration in Ohio

Ten national and local military groups, more than 60 Ohio county board of commissioners, and five voting groups have all endorsed legislation authorizing online voter registration for our state and now you can add your name to that list. Please sign the Secretary of State's online petition. Online voter registration makes it easier for our troops to register, saves money and increases the security of our voter rolls.

Election Results

On May 5th, 2015, the State of Ohio held a Primary Election. Official 2015 Primary Election results can be viewed on the 2015 Election Info page under Results.

An Excel Spreadsheet is available under the Other Results Section.  We are currently waiting for overlap counties to report their results to update the Overlap and Spreadsheet files.

Required Voter List Maintenance

As required by Public Law 103-31, 107 Stat. 77, 42 U.S.C. 1973gg National Voting Rights Act of 1993, the voters on this list have been flagged to be moved into non-voting status unless they take action before July 1, 2015.  

Actions a voter may take to prevent this change in status include submitting a new registration OR voting in the May Primary.

A voter may use the Ohio Secretary of State's web site to update their address by clicking on this link.  Or a new Registration may be completed by clicking on this link.  After printing the voter must sign the form and then may bring this registration to our office at 1700 Morse Rd, Columbus Ohio 43229 or mail it to Franklin County Board of Elections PO BOX 183218  Columbus OH 43218-3218

 

Registration Deadlines

Registration Deadline for the November General Election is October 5th.

 

Registrations must be postmarked no later than thirty days before Election Day per Ohio Revised Code 3503.19. If not mailed, the registration must be at the board of elections no later than thirty days before an election.

Board of Elections Location

Planning a visit to the Board of Elections?  Be sure you come to our location at 1700 Morse Rd, Columbus, OH 43229, just east of Karl Rd.

Information from the SOS

Have you moved recently? Update your registration online by clicking on the icon above.

 

Click on the icon above to access online educational resource giving students and teachers a one-stop shop to access important information on the people and historical documents that built our great nation and state.

 
The Secretary of State’s office is sponsoring a Public Service Announcement poster and video contest called School Your Parents. For this contest, currently ongoing through March 14, 2014, click on the link above for more information.

 

 

Sign the Petition to Support Online Voter Registration in Ohio

Ten national and local military groups, more than 60 Ohio county board of commissioners, and five voting groups have all endorsed legislation authorizing online voter registration for our state and now you can add your name to that list. Please sign the Secretary of State's online petition. Online voter registration makes it easier for our troops to register, saves money and increases the security of our voter rolls.

Election Results

On May 5th, 2015, the State of Ohio held a Primary Election. Official 2015 Primary Election results can be viewed on the 2015 Election Info page under Results.

An Excel Spreadsheet is available under the Other Results Section.  We are currently waiting for overlap counties to report their results to update the Overlap and Spreadsheet files.

Required Voter List Maintenance

As required by Public Law 103-31, 107 Stat. 77, 42 U.S.C. 1973gg National Voting Rights Act of 1993, the voters on this list have been flagged to be moved into non-voting status unless they take action before July 1, 2015.  

Actions a voter may take to prevent this change in status include submitting a new registration OR voting in the May Primary.

A voter may use the Ohio Secretary of State's web site to update their address by clicking on this link.  Or a new Registration may be completed by clicking on this link.  After printing the voter must sign the form and then may bring this registration to our office at 1700 Morse Rd, Columbus Ohio 43229 or mail it to Franklin County Board of Elections PO BOX 183218  Columbus OH 43218-3218

 

Registration Deadlines

Registration Deadline for the November General Election is October 5th.

 

Registrations must be postmarked no later than thirty days before Election Day per Ohio Revised Code 3503.19. If not mailed, the registration must be at the board of elections no later than thirty days before an election.

Board of Elections Location

Planning a visit to the Board of Elections?  Be sure you come to our location at 1700 Morse Rd, Columbus, OH 43229, just east of Karl Rd.

Information from the SOS

Have you moved recently? Update your registration online by clicking on the icon above.

 

Click on the icon above to access online educational resource giving students and teachers a one-stop shop to access important information on the people and historical documents that built our great nation and state.

 
The Secretary of State’s office is sponsoring a Public Service Announcement poster and video contest called School Your Parents. For this contest, currently ongoing through March 14, 2014, click on the link above for more information.

 

 

Sign the Petition to Support Online Voter Registration in Ohio

Ten national and local military groups, more than 60 Ohio county board of commissioners, and five voting groups have all endorsed legislation authorizing online voter registration for our state and now you can add your name to that list. Please sign the Secretary of State's online petition. Online voter registration makes it easier for our troops to register, saves money and increases the security of our voter rolls.

Election Results

On May 5th, 2015, the State of Ohio held a Primary Election. Official 2015 Primary Election results can be viewed on the 2015 Election Info page under Results.

An Excel Spreadsheet is available under the Other Results Section.  We are currently waiting for overlap counties to report their results to update the Overlap and Spreadsheet files.

Required Voter List Maintenance

As required by Public Law 103-31, 107 Stat. 77, 42 U.S.C. 1973gg National Voting Rights Act of 1993, the voters on this list have been flagged to be moved into non-voting status unless they take action before July 1, 2015.  

Actions a voter may take to prevent this change in status include submitting a new registration OR voting in the May Primary.

A voter may use the Ohio Secretary of State's web site to update their address by clicking on this link.  Or a new Registration may be completed by clicking on this link.  After printing the voter must sign the form and then may bring this registration to our office at 1700 Morse Rd, Columbus Ohio 43229 or mail it to Franklin County Board of Elections PO BOX 183218  Columbus OH 43218-3218

 

Registration Deadlines

Registration Deadline for the November General Election is October 5th.

 

Registrations must be postmarked no later than thirty days before Election Day per Ohio Revised Code 3503.19. If not mailed, the registration must be at the board of elections no later than thirty days before an election.

Board of Elections Location

Planning a visit to the Board of Elections?  Be sure you come to our location at 1700 Morse Rd, Columbus, OH 43229, just east of Karl Rd.

Information from the SOS

Have you moved recently? Update your registration online by clicking on the icon above.

 

Click on the icon above to access online educational resource giving students and teachers a one-stop shop to access important information on the people and historical documents that built our great nation and state.

 
The Secretary of State’s office is sponsoring a Public Service Announcement poster and video contest called School Your Parents. For this contest, currently ongoing through March 14, 2014, click on the link above for more information.

 

 

Franklin County Board of Elections

Our mission here at the Franklin County Board of Elections is to provide election services, information and education to the residents of Franklin County so they can exercise their right to vote and have confidence that the elections are fair, impartial and accurate.