The number of Ohioans who already have cast their ballots in the presidential election is more than double the total compared to this point in 2016, according to Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose.
If you are voting by mail this election — or have done so already — you can track your ballot electronically. Simply visit the Ohio Secretary of State’s website, click on your county, enter the requested information, and you will receive updates on your ballot via email, voice mail, or text.
Saturday, Oct. 31 is the deadline to request an absentee ballot, while Monday, Nov. 2 is the postmark deadline for returning absentee ballots. Nov. 2 is also the final day for early in-person voting (8 a.m. to 2 p.m.). For more, see the OMA’s 2020 Election page. 10/20/2020