- Voting Information
Checking Your Registration
It is strongly recommended that all voters double-check their Ohio registration at the Vote Ohio website. You may also update your registration online, if necessary. Note, if you have not voted in the last 4 years, you may have to re-register.
Under current law, Ohio has three options for voters:
- No excuse for absentee voting
- Early voting at your County Board of Elections
- In-person voting on Election Day
Vote at Your Polling Place on Election Day
In Ohio, Polls are open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm. Polling locations may change or be consolidated so confirm your precinct online before you go. Visit the Summit County Board of Elections website. All proper protocols are to be followed: masks, sanitizer, and social distancing. Again, a curbside option is offered for those with disabilities.
Make sure you have an acceptable form of Voter ID. Here's the list of acceptable forms of identification on the Ohio Secretary of State's Identification Requirement page.
If you do not vote your absentee ballot and go to the polls instead, you will be required to cast a provisional ballot.
For Voters with Disabilities, hospitalized voters, military and overseas voters, and victims of domestic violence, please visit the Secretary of State's website.
- Vote Ohio Website - – Ohio Secretary of State Election Website – All things voting are on this official site.
- Summit County Board of Elections
- Vote 411 website - League of Women Voters resources
- League of Women Voters (LWV) 2020 General Election Information Sheet (PDF)
- Absentee Ballot Request Form (PDF)