Register to Vote in Ohio
The stakes for 2018 are high. Are you registered to vote?
High voter turnout in Ohio, especially on November 6 (mark your calendars), could move the U.S. forward on issues like immigration reform, affordable health care, and public education.
Here are all the resources and info you need to be part of the progressive wave America needs to see at the voting booth on Election Day.
Ohioans have 2 ways to register.
It’s a piece of cake.
Option 1: Register to Vote Online
- Follow this link to Ohio’s Online Voter Registration System.
- Read through, Click “Let’s Get Started” at the bottom of the page.
- Follow the prompts, enter your information accordingly.
Congrats on becoming a registered voter in an influential swing state.
Option 2: Print out the form. Fill it out. Drop it off within 10 days.
- Download and print an Ohio Voter Registration Form
- Fill the form out ***Be sure to check the required boxes (over 18 by Election Day and U.S. citizenship) and sign your name + today’s date***
- Mail the form or drop it off at your local county’s Board of Elections office within 10 days of signing
Voter Registration Deadlines + Upcoming Elections
To maintain eligibility on Ohio’s voter rolls, make sure your registration is updated by…
- April 9, 2018 for the Primary Election on May 8, 2018
- July 9, 2018 for the Special Election on August 7, 2018
- October 9, 2018 for the General Election on November 6, 2018
Other important voting information for Ohio residents:
- Locate your county’s Board of Elections: This is where to drop-off completed voter registration forms
- Check to see if you’re still registered to vote: Voter Look-up
- Have you moved recently? Update your address online
- For voting eligibility & ID requirements: myohiovote.com