Even with record-setting numbers of early voters, plenty of Ohioans will wait until Election Day to cast their vote.
While information about voter registration and absentee ballots are no longer applicable, there is still important information Election Day voters should know before heading to the polls.
Where and when to vote
On Election Day, you must cast your ballot in your precinct at your designated polling place between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
What you need to bring
All voters must bring acceptable identification to the polls. Examples include a photo ID, military ID, utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck and other government documents. Unacceptable forms of identification include out-of-state driver's license, social security card, passport or a birth certificate, insurance card. Additional details can be found here.
How to mark your ballot
Instructions for marking and casting your ballot are posted at each polling place. If you have any questions about how to mark or cast your ballot, or if you have incorrectly marked a ballot, you can contact a precinct election official.
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