How do I
Write or go to the
Marion County Board of elections in your county and request
an absentee ballot, giving the following information (a form
is available from your county board of elections for
convenience, but is not required):
Your name and
voting residence (address).
for which you are requesting a ballot.
Last 4 digits
of your Social Security number, or Ohio Drivers License
choice if the election is a primary or that you want to
vote an issues-only ballot.
address to which you want your ballot sent.
absentee ballot request deadline in the case of medical
emergencies is 3 p.m. on election day. To be eligible under
this provision, you must be confined in a hospital because
of a medical emergency. A close relative may deliver and
return your ballot if you so request and state the
relative's name and relationship on the application, or
representatives of the board can deliver the ballot.
voted absentee ballots must
be received at the board office by 7:30pm on election
day in order to be counted. Voters should request an
absentee ballot as early as possible in order to meet the
Here for an application!