You can also download an application, print it out and mail it to your board of elections. Or you can request a form mailed to you from your county board of elections or the Ohio Secretary of State.
You may obtain a voter registration form, and register to vote in person at locations including:
- Your local board of elections.
- The office of the registrar or any deputy registrar of the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
- Public libraries.
- Public high schools or vocational schools.
- County treasurers’ offices.
- Offices of designated agencies, such as the Department of Job and Family Services, or Department of Developmental Disabilities.
Brian Sleeth, president of the Ohio Association of Election Officials and director of the Warren County Board of Elections, said off-year primaries usually draw around 20% turnout despite how important many of the issues and candidates are.
“It’s all at the local level that affects their lives the most,” he said.