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Election 2020: November 3, 2020

Now is the time for the manufacturing community’s voice to be heard.

The results from this year’s election will play a significant role in determining the business climate in Ohio – and the rest of the nation – for years to come. At stake is control of the White House, the U.S. Senate and House, the Ohio House and Senate, and Ohio’s judicial branch.

To prepare for these important elections, The Ohio Manufacturers’ Association has produced Ohio-specific voter resources. This is where you can find the tools you need to vote – whether early, absentee, or in person. Also available is information about state and federal candidates, OMA policy priorities, and more. Share these resources widely.

Make your voice heard!

Ohio Voter Toolkit

The Manufacturing Voter Center (A one-stop shop for your Ohio employees to learn about key manufacturing issues and important voting information.)

Voter Eligibility & Residency Requirements

Register to Vote (The deadline to register for Ohio’s November election is Oct. 5.)

Check Your Voter Registration

Vote Early (The first opportunity to vote early in person is Oct. 6.)

Request an Absentee Ballot (Absentee ballots and applications for absentee ballots must be sent U.S. Mail  or delivered in person to your county board of elections. The deadline to request an absentee ballot is Oct. 31 at noon.)

Polling Places

Election Day Voting

ID Requirements

View Your Sample Ballot

Find Your Current State and Federal Elected Officials

Note: The Ohio Secretary of State has created VoteOhio.gov – a one-stop shop resource for Ohio voters. Ohio manufacturers and their employees are encouraged to visit this site.

Ohio Election Guide

Click here to see this comprehensive publication, which features:

  • Information about candidates running for the Ohio House and Senate, Ohio’s congressional seats, and key judicial positions;
  • Economic profiles and demographics for each legislative district;
  • Political indices that shed light on the relative Republican/Democrat voting strength in each legislative district.

OMA-Endorsed Candidates

These candidates running for the Ohio General Assembly have been endorsed by the OMA’s Political Action Committee (OMA-PAC)

Ohio Manufacturing Matters

Tools to help you communicate with candidates, elected officials, and other important audiences about the importance of Ohio manufacturing to our economy and future prosperity.