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Sally J. Krisel,

Deputy Director

Hamilton County Board of Elections

There is still time to register to vote or update a change of address and/or name for the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election: The deadline is Monday, October 5, but don’t delay. Hamilton County residents can register or update their information online at or appear in-person at the Board of Elections office, public library or BMV. Call us and we will mail you a registration form.

Once registered, voters may choose one of three ways to vote:

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Absentee voting by mail; early in-person voting at the Board of Elections; in-person voting on Election Day at the voter’s polling location

Absentee voting by mail and early in-person voting begin October 6. The Ohio Secretary of State has mailed all registered voters an absentee vote by mail application. If you did not receive one, please go to our website to download a form, or call the BOE and one will be mailed to you. Many voters are receiving multiple applications from non-profits and political campaigns. These forms are acceptable and voters may choose to use them. If you have already submitted an application, there is no need to submit another. Voters may track the status of their application and vote by mail ballot on our website by clicking the Track Absentee Ballot button. We begin mailing ballots on October 6. Also, visit our website for a complete list of early in-person voting days and hours.

Voting on Election Day: Polls will be open from 6:30 am – 7:30 pm on Tuesday, November 3. Find your polling location on our website, or watch your mailbox in early October. The Board of Elections will be mailing a polling location and safety notice to all Hamilton County voters.

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