The Ohio General Assembly on Tuesday scrapped a plan by Frank LaRose and Mike DeWine to offer in-person voting on June 2nd. Instead, the entire election will be “vote by mail.”
So far, 1,377 voters have already cast their ballots either by mail or early in-person voting. Of those 1,007 were Republican ballots, 368 Democratic ballots, and two non-partisan ballots.
Voting will continue until April 28, 2020 and all ballots must be returned to the Board of Elections by 7:30 p.m. on that date or be postmarked by April 27, 2020 in order to be counted.
Requesting an application for an absentee ballot is easy:
-You can call the Adams County Board of Elections at 937-544-2633 to request an application.
-Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application to be sent.
-You can visit voteohio.gov
-You can pick up an application from the designated information table in the Adams County Government Center across from the Adams County Courthouse.
According to the Adams County Board of Elections, applications and ballots may be returned by mail or by dropping them off in the Board of Elections Drop Box located in the lobby of the Government Center.
If you have questions, please call 937-544-2633.