Voters line up outside the Hamilton County Board of Elections. Herald File Photo

Sherry L. Poland


Board of Elections

HAMILTON COUNTY – There will be a primary election on August 2nd. with early voting starting on Wednesday, July 6. August Primary voters will be voting on races for State Representative, State Senate, and State Central Committee.

The deadline passes July 5 to register to vote or update a change of address or name for the August 2 2022 Primary Election. Check your registration status on the Board’s website.

There are three ways to cast your ballot in the August 2 Primary:

1. Vote by Mail

2. Early In-Person voting at the Board of Elections Early Vote Center (4700 Smith Rd.)

3. In-Person Voting on Election Day at your Polling Location

“Every election is important, and this August Election is no exception. Find your sample ballot on our website and make a plan to vote early, vote by mail, or in person on August 2nd,” Sherry Poland, Director urges. Find your sample ballot on our website.”

Voters may submit an application for a vote by mail ballot now. Ballots will be mailed beginning July. Applications may be downloaded from our website or requested by calling the Board of Elections 513-632-7000.

Early In-Person Voting at the Board of Elections Office began Wednesday, July 6. A complete listing of early voting days/hours is attached and available on our website.

Election Day Voting will take place from 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 2. You can find your polling location on the board’s website.

Please note: There have been several changes in polling locations for the upcoming election. You will receive a notice in the mail if your polling location has changed. 

“We are in need of poll workers for the August 2022 Election. If you are interested in becoming a poll worker, head to our website and sign up today,” said Alex Linser, Deputy Director. “Serve your community and make a difference by signing up to be a poll worker.” If you are interested in becoming a poll worker, sign up on the website.

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