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Ohio law establishes your residence as the place to which, whenever you are absent, you have the intent to return. A post office box or a business address is not an acceptable address for your residence.
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In order to vote in an election in Henry County, you must meet the following qualification requirements:
Complete this Voter Registration Status Form (PDF) and mail it to the Board of Elections or call the Henry County Board of Elections at 419-592-7956 and ask that a Voter Registration Status Form be mailed to your. Complete it and mail it back.
You may also register to vote at one of the following locations:
If you are already registered to vote in Henry County and have changed your address or changed your name, you must update your voter registration. You do this by submitting a new Voter Registration Status Form (PDF) to the Board of the Elections. You may also update your voter registration at any of the locations listed in FAQ number 2.
You must cancel your voter registration in Ohio. You can do this by filling out Form 10-A Voter Registration Cancellation. Complete the fillable form, print, sign and mail to the Henry County Board of Elections.
Yes, if the student establishes that place as their residence and registers to vote. Otherwise, the student must vote in their home county where they are registered to vote.
No. Under Ohio law, a person’s political party affiliation is determined by the party ballot they choose to vote in a partisan Primary Election.
You will receive a postcard assigning you to the polling location designated to serve the precinct in which you reside. If you are in doubt as to the location of this polling place, call the Henry County Board of Elections at 419-592-7956. Polling locations are open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm on Election Day.
Henry County uses a Hybrid voting system. If you have not used this type of system before, an election official at your precinct will help you when you go to vote.
If you are a new voter, you may vote the primary ballot of any political party. If you have voted the primary ballot of a political party in previous two primaries and want to vote the ballot of a different party in the up coming primary, you may change parties at any Primary Election only.
Yes. You may vote on questions and issues appearing on the ballot without voting for candidates of a political party by asking for an issues only ballot when you go to your polling place to vote.