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Voter Registration Deadline is Today, Absentee Voting Begins Tomorrow

February 16, 2016 - 3:15 PM

COLUMBUS– Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted today reminded voters that absentee voting in the March 15th Presidential Primary Election begins tomorrow, February 17, 2016 for all registered Ohio voters.  Additionally, the deadline to register to vote is today, February 16th.

Register to Vote/Update Your Address
The deadline to register to vote in the March 15, 2016 Primary Election is today, February 16th (30 days before the election). Voter registration forms are available at, county board of elections and local libraries. If sent via U.S. mail, registration forms must be postmarked by February 16th to be considered valid. All 88 county boards of elections, including the Secretary of State’s office in downtown Columbus, will extend business hours until 9:00 p.m. today to accept registration forms.

Voters can also check their voter registration status, update their information and utilize the Online Change of Address System at All Ohioans are encouraged to confirm and update their registration by the end of the day, particularly if a voter has not voted in a long time, changed their name or changed their residence.

Absentee Voting by Mail and In-Person
All Ohio voters may begin voting tomorrow, February 17, 2016 (first day after the close of registration) via in-person and by mail-in absentee ballot. For more information, visit

Secretary Husted has established uniform hours for in-person absentee voting to ensure all voters have fair and equal access to the ballot during the 2016 Primary Election. Ohio voters can vote over the course of four weeks, including two Saturdays and a Sunday.

The full, detailed and interactive 2016 elections calendar is available here and a detailed voting schedule is available here.

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