Ohio Early Voting has Begun

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This upcoming election will be a historic one for our nation. What is clear though is that Ohio is continuing to grow, more people are back to work and the policies I have supported for the past six years have been working. That is why, in addition to asking for your support this fall, I wanted to provide you some information about how and where you can cast your vote.

There are three ways to vote in Ohio: absentee ballot, early in-person and in-person on Election Day. If you are registered to vote in Franklin County, you can fill out the form found HERE and mail it to:

Absentee Department
Franklin County Board of Elections
P.O. Box 182111
Columbus, OH 43218-2111

You will then receive a ballot in the mail that you can use to vote. The deadline to request an absentee ballot is November 5th.

If you would like to vote in-person before Election Day, you can do so at the Franklin County Board of Elections (1700 Morse Rd., Columbus, OH 43229). Please check their WEBSITE to see the most up to date hours you may vote early.

Finally, you can vote the way I do–in person on election day. You can find your poling location HERE and can arrive any time from 6:30 in the morning until 7:30 in the evening. So long as you are in line, you are eligible to vote.

Please make sure you make your voice heard in this crucial election.