Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted reminded voters the May 2 Primary and Special Election is less than one week away and the deadline to request an absentee ballot is Saturday at noon.
With 307 local issues appearing across Ohio, voters in 74 counties have a local race or issue on the ballot this May.
For information on local races, voters should contact the Delaware County Board of Elections, 740-833-2080 or visit the office at 2079 US 23 North, Delaware, between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The email address is email@example.com.
Ohio voters who have a May Primary and/or a Special Election have until Saturday at noon to request an absentee ballot. Completed absentee ballots being returned by mail must be postmarked by May 1
As the deadline nears, voters are encouraged to consider returning their absentee ballot in person to the board of elections to ensure it is received in time to be counted.
For more information, visit MyOhioVote.com.
Secretary Husted has established uniform hours for in-person absentee voting to ensure all voters have fair and equal access to the ballot during the May 2 Primary and Special Election. Ohio voters can vote over the course of four weeks, including the weekend before Election Day.