BATAVIA, Ohio (Sept. 25, 2014) — All registered voters in Ohio should have received an application for an absentee voter’s ballot, which they must complete to vote early by mail for the Nov. 4 election.
Applications were sent out the first of September to registered voters by the Ohio Secretary of State. In the State of Ohio, all registered voters are eligible to vote early by mail or at the Board of Elections office during specific times. Early voting at the Board of Elections begins Tueday, Oct. 7. (Early hours are posted on the board’s website.)
The Board encourages all voters to return their voted ballot to the Board of Elections as soon as possible to prevent delays in processing, said Judy Miller, Director of the Clermont County Board of Elections. Votes will not be tabulated until after 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4.
Miller reminds voters that if they want to vote at the polls on Election Day, they should not complete the application for absentee ballot.
Clermont voters can see sample ballots at http://www.clermontelections.org/sampleballots.aspx
For further information, please call the Board of Elections at 513-732-7275, email the Board at Elections@ClermontCountyOhio.gov or visit the Board of Elections website at www.ClermontElections.org.