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Voting Help

Your Vote Counts! Who is on the ballot in the next election? How do I register to vote? Find the changes to early voting days and hours for the November 2014 elections... and more!

Voter Information

  • Vote411.org provides a customized ballot, candidate profiles, Vote411.org Election Information You Need full ballot language information, and, post-election results. Data is supplied by the League of Women Voters, candidates, and the Board of Elections.

  • This Vote411.org How-To Guide (PDF) will help you explore your ballot information at Vote411.org.

  • Download the 2014 Ohio Election Calendar (PDF)

    Early Voting Days and Hours for the General Election, November 4 as directed by Secretary of State Husted

  • 8am to 5pm, Tuesday through Friday October 7-10 and October 14-17
  • 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday October 20-24, 27-31
  • 8am to 4pm, Saturday, October 25 and November 1
  • 1pm to 5pm, Sunday, November 2
  • 8am to 2pm, Monday, November 3

Quick Voting Tips for Ohio

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  • Remember to bring proof of identity to the polls when you vote. To learn more about acceptable forms of identification, visit the Ohio Secretary of State's website
  • The polls are open 6:30 a.m- 7:30 p.m.
  • To find your voting location in Hamilton County go to Vote411 or call the Hamilton County Board of Elections or the League of Women Voters (513-281-8683).
  • You may register at any Bureau of Motor Vehicles office, any municipal building, any branch of the Hamilton County Public Library or at the Hamilton County Board of Elections, 824 Broadway.
  • Voter registration closes 30 days before a General, Primary or Special Election. To inquire about your voter registration or where you vote contact the Hamilton County Board of Elections

Registration and Voting in Ohio


Carrie Davis of LWV Ohio explains how to register to vote or update your voter registration in Ohio. View on YouTube.

Are you registered to vote? Do you want to changeVoter Registration your party, your address, your name? What will happen on Election Day?

  • LWVCA Voting Facts covers information on who may vote, how to register, absentee voting, election day voting and provisional ballots.
  • Recently moved? Update your Ohio Voting address online through Ohio's Secretary of State website here.
  • Online Voter Registration Form from the Hamilton County Board of Elections
  • Click here to find out if you are registered to vote with the Hamilton County Board of Elections.
  • Click here to request an absentee ballot from the Hamilton County Board of Elections.
  • Click here for voter registration information if you live in Warren County.
  • Click here for voter registration information if you live in Butler County.

Informed Voter

Voting in Kentucky

See information from the League of Women Voters of Kentucky

Voting in Indiana

See information from the League of Women Voters of Indiana