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Absentee Voting

Request an Absentee Ballot

In response to the ongoing public health crisis, the Ohio General Assembly has changed the procedure for the 2020 primary election. Applications for mail-in ballots must be received by April 25, and can be hand-delivered to the Franklin County Board of Elections at 1700 Morse Road, Columbus.

Please visit our Absentee Voting page for more information. 

Absentee Voting

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Press Release
The Franklin County Board of Elections is currently operating with reduced staffing during regular business hours. View our press release for more information.
 
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Issue With Ballot Request Envelopes

Postage for some mail-in ballot request envelopes received by voters may have been stamped on the reverse side.

The United States Postal Service has confirmed these envelopes will be delivered normally.

Issue With Ballot Request Envelopes

Mail-in Ballot Request Forms Now Available at Kroger

The Franklin County Board of Elections is partnering with local Kroger stores to help distribute mail-in ballot requests during the ongoing public health crisis. Voters are encouraged to complete and return their request forms as soon as possible, in order to ensure timely processing.





 
Mail-in Ballot Request Forms Now Available at Kroger

Information from the SOS


Click on the icon above for coronavirus facts

Click on the icon above to register to vote or update your address with the Secretary of State's Office.

Click on the icon above for Military and Overseas Voters.

Safe at Home is an address confidentiality program that allows victims of domestic violence, stalking, human trafficking, rape or sexual battery to apply for a shielded voting address.

Click on the icon above to see important dates for the 2019 Elections for Voters.

Click on the icon above for ADA & Disability Resources

Click the icon above to see the Laws of Ohio

Click on the icon above if registered outside of Franklin County to check your registration. To view your registration in Franklin County click here.

Click on the link above, Public Safety professionals. It is your right under the law to protect your personal information and families, while preserving your right to participate in Ohio elections.

Click on the icon above to Vote in Honor of a Veteran

 

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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.


 

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