✔Election Day Voting in Ohio TUESDAY, November 6 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Voting rules for Election Day voting are the same as in the last Presidential Election in 2008.
Election Day Voting in Ohio • Topics for today: • Voting Hours • Locating Your Polling Place • ID Required • Provisional Ballots
Election Day VotingNovember 6 Voting Hours Polls Open at 6:30 am Polls Close at 7:30 pm
Election Day VotingNovember 6 • Contact your county Board of Elections to find your polling location. Most Boards of Elections allow you to look up your polling location online. • For a directory of Ohio Boards of Elections, go to www.MyOhioVote.com • Or visit www.vote411.org, sponsored by the League of Women Voters
Election Day Voting November 6 • Make sure you have acceptable forms of ID • Cell phone bill, utility bill, government document from this calendar year
Voting on Election Day November 6 Voting by Provisional Ballot – a “back up” for voters who can’t cast a regular ballot • All registered voters whose names appear in the poll book and who have ID, will be able to vote a regular ballot. • You may have to vote a provisional ballot if: • You moved or changed names without updating your voter registration • You do not have identification • Your name is not in the poll book
Election Day VotingNovember 6 • If voting a provisional ballot, you will have to fill out and sign a Provisional Ballot affirmation form. Read and follow instructions carefully. Ask for help if you need it!
Election Day Voting November 6 • YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE a regular paper ballot if your county used touch screen voting machines and you would prefer a paper ballot • YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE a provisional ballot if your name does not appear on the poll list of if you don’t have identification. • YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to be told by the poll worker if you are in the correct precinct line and polling location, and if you are not, the poll worker must tell you the correct location to vote. • YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO RECEIVE ANOTHER BALLOT from election officials if you make a mistake. You may receive up to 3 ballots in total.
Voting on Election Day November 6 If you encounter an problems in voting on Election Day contact the Voter Protection Hotline at 1.866.OURVOTE OR 1-888-839-8682 (en espanol)
Ohio Contacts • Cathy Johnston, OhioVOTES Director, COHHIO 614-280-1984, X25 firstname.lastname@example.org • Carrie Davis, LWVO Executive Director, 614-469-1505 email@example.com