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Minerva Park and Madison Plain Local School District

If you live in Minerva Park or the Madison Plain Local School District you have an August 8th Special Election.

Click Here To Request an Absentee Ballot

In Person Absentee Voting Hours:

at the Franklin County Board of Elections
1700 Morse Rd
Columbus, OH 43229

Tuesday, July 11 through Friday, July 28 (Weekdays) - 8:00am – 5:00pm


Monday, July 31 through Friday, August 4  - 8:00am - 7:00pm


Saturday, August 5 - 8:00am - 4:00pm


Sunday, August 6 - 1:00pm – 5:00pm


Monday, August 7 - 8:00am – 2:00pm

 

 Additional Hours for Provisional and UOCAVA Voters 

Tuesday, August 8 - 6:30AM – 7:30PM

A New Way to Track Your Ballot

This election year Franklin County is offering a new way to track and receive notifications on your mail ballot status.  We are working with a ballot tracking and notification system called BallotTrax.  Ballot Track offers a simple sign up solution for you to receive notifications via Email, SMS(text) or Voice.

 

To signup click here to visit franklincountyvotes.com.

 

We are still offering ballot tracking on your voter information page clck here

Registration Deadlines

By law, the deadline to register to vote or make registration changes is 30 days before an election (ORC 3503.19). 

 

Registrations for the May 2nd Primary election must be dropped off to our office or post marked no later than April 3, 2017.

Registrations for any August 8th Special election must be dropped off to our office or post marked no later than July 10, 2017.

Registrations for November 7th General must be dropped off to our office or post marked no later than October 10, 2017.

 

Information from the SOS

Online Voter Registration

Online Voter Registration

Register to Vote With the Secretary of States Office by clicking on the icon above.

 

Online Change of Address

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educational resource giving students and teachers a one-stop shop to access important information on the people and historical documents that built our great nation and state.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

 

 

Special Notice to Absentee Voters

The U.S. Postal Service estimates that it may take 2 to 5 days for your voted absentee ballot to be delivered to your board of elections by mail. To make sure your absentee ballot is counted, you have
the responsibility for returning your ballot by one of the following methods by the required deadline.

IN PERSON

If you are returning your absentee ballot in person to your board of elections, you must do so by 7:30 p.m. on Election Day Remember, your spouse, child or close relative may deliver your ballot to the board of elections for you

BY MAIL

If you are returning your absentee ballot by mail, it must be received by your board of elections by 7:30 p.m. on Election Day OR be postmarked by the day before Election Day. If you are mailing your ballot during the week before Election Day, you should take your ballot to USPS no later than the day before Election Day and ensure a postmark as follows:

  • If you use a postage label purchased at a USPS customer service window or vending machine, the date on the label is the postmark. This is the USPS recommended way to postmark your ballot. 
  • If you use postage stamps, ask that it be postmarked.

Minerva Park and Madison Plain Local School District

If you live in Minerva Park or the Madison Plain Local School District you have an August 8th Special Election.

Click Here To Request an Absentee Ballot

In Person Absentee Voting Hours:

at the Franklin County Board of Elections
1700 Morse Rd
Columbus, OH 43229

Tuesday, July 11 through Friday, July 28 (Weekdays) - 8:00am – 5:00pm


Monday, July 31 through Friday, August 4  - 8:00am - 7:00pm


Saturday, August 5 - 8:00am - 4:00pm


Sunday, August 6 - 1:00pm – 5:00pm


Monday, August 7 - 8:00am – 2:00pm

 

 Additional Hours for Provisional and UOCAVA Voters 

Tuesday, August 8 - 6:30AM – 7:30PM

A New Way to Track Your Ballot

This election year Franklin County is offering a new way to track and receive notifications on your mail ballot status.  We are working with a ballot tracking and notification system called BallotTrax.  Ballot Track offers a simple sign up solution for you to receive notifications via Email, SMS(text) or Voice.

 

To signup click here to visit franklincountyvotes.com.

 

We are still offering ballot tracking on your voter information page clck here

Registration Deadlines

By law, the deadline to register to vote or make registration changes is 30 days before an election (ORC 3503.19). 

 

Registrations for the May 2nd Primary election must be dropped off to our office or post marked no later than April 3, 2017.

Registrations for any August 8th Special election must be dropped off to our office or post marked no later than July 10, 2017.

Registrations for November 7th General must be dropped off to our office or post marked no later than October 10, 2017.

 

Information from the SOS

Online Voter Registration

Online Voter Registration

Register to Vote With the Secretary of States Office by clicking on the icon above.

 

Online Change of Address

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.

 

 

Special Notice to Absentee Voters

The U.S. Postal Service estimates that it may take 2 to 5 days for your voted absentee ballot to be delivered to your board of elections by mail. To make sure your absentee ballot is counted, you have
the responsibility for returning your ballot by one of the following methods by the required deadline.

IN PERSON

If you are returning your absentee ballot in person to your board of elections, you must do so by 7:30 p.m. on Election Day Remember, your spouse, child or close relative may deliver your ballot to the board of elections for you

BY MAIL

If you are returning your absentee ballot by mail, it must be received by your board of elections by 7:30 p.m. on Election Day OR be postmarked by the day before Election Day. If you are mailing your ballot during the week before Election Day, you should take your ballot to USPS no later than the day before Election Day and ensure a postmark as follows:

  • If you use a postage label purchased at a USPS customer service window or vending machine, the date on the label is the postmark. This is the USPS recommended way to postmark your ballot. 
  • If you use postage stamps, ask that it be postmarked.

Minerva Park and Madison Plain Local School District

If you live in Minerva Park or the Madison Plain Local School District you have an August 8th Special Election.

Click Here To Request an Absentee Ballot

In Person Absentee Voting Hours:

at the Franklin County Board of Elections
1700 Morse Rd
Columbus, OH 43229

Tuesday, July 11 through Friday, July 28 (Weekdays) - 8:00am – 5:00pm


Monday, July 31 through Friday, August 4  - 8:00am - 7:00pm


Saturday, August 5 - 8:00am - 4:00pm


Sunday, August 6 - 1:00pm – 5:00pm


Monday, August 7 - 8:00am – 2:00pm

 

 Additional Hours for Provisional and UOCAVA Voters 

Tuesday, August 8 - 6:30AM – 7:30PM

A New Way to Track Your Ballot

This election year Franklin County is offering a new way to track and receive notifications on your mail ballot status.  We are working with a ballot tracking and notification system called BallotTrax.  Ballot Track offers a simple sign up solution for you to receive notifications via Email, SMS(text) or Voice.

 

To signup click here to visit franklincountyvotes.com.

 

We are still offering ballot tracking on your voter information page clck here

Registration Deadlines

By law, the deadline to register to vote or make registration changes is 30 days before an election (ORC 3503.19). 

 

Registrations for the May 2nd Primary election must be dropped off to our office or post marked no later than April 3, 2017.

Registrations for any August 8th Special election must be dropped off to our office or post marked no later than July 10, 2017.

Registrations for November 7th General must be dropped off to our office or post marked no later than October 10, 2017.

 

Information from the SOS

Online Voter Registration

Online Voter Registration

Register to Vote With the Secretary of States Office by clicking on the icon above.

 

Online Change of Address

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.

 

 

Special Notice to Absentee Voters

The U.S. Postal Service estimates that it may take 2 to 5 days for your voted absentee ballot to be delivered to your board of elections by mail. To make sure your absentee ballot is counted, you have
the responsibility for returning your ballot by one of the following methods by the required deadline.

IN PERSON

If you are returning your absentee ballot in person to your board of elections, you must do so by 7:30 p.m. on Election Day Remember, your spouse, child or close relative may deliver your ballot to the board of elections for you

BY MAIL

If you are returning your absentee ballot by mail, it must be received by your board of elections by 7:30 p.m. on Election Day OR be postmarked by the day before Election Day. If you are mailing your ballot during the week before Election Day, you should take your ballot to USPS no later than the day before Election Day and ensure a postmark as follows:

  • If you use a postage label purchased at a USPS customer service window or vending machine, the date on the label is the postmark. This is the USPS recommended way to postmark your ballot. 
  • If you use postage stamps, ask that it be postmarked.

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.