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March 2020 Levy for Learning - Voting Information

You Can Still Vote By Mail!  Voting in the March 17 election has been extended to Tuesday, April 28.

If you already voted in the March 17 election, your vote will count
and there is nothing more you need to do.


If you have not yet voted, you can still vote by mail using the steps below:
 

Step 1:  First, you need to get an absentee ballot application.  (If you already have an absentee ballot application, skip down to Step 2).  To get an application, call the Clermont County Board of Elections at (513) 732-7275 or visit http://www.ohiosos.gov/elections/voters/absentee-ballot/

Step 2:  Complete the absentee ballot application and mail it to the Clermont County Board of Elections at:  76 S Riverside Dr., Batavia, Ohio 45103.  Once the Board of Elections has received your application, they will send you an absentee ballot in the mail with a prepaid envelope to mail in your completed ballot.

Step 3:  Absentee ballots must be postmarked on or before Monday, April 27, 2020.  After you have received your absentee ballot in the mail, complete it, and mail it back to the Board of Elections at:  76 S Riverside Dr., Batavia, Ohio 45103.
 

Click here for a Printer-Friendly version of the Vote by Mail Instructions (Updated 4-1-20).

 

Ohio Voting Resources/Information

 

Clermont County Board of Elections

Ohio Primary Election Frequently Asked Questions from the Ohio Secretary of State

Application for Absentee Ballot to Vote by Mail