All Registered Voters in Ohio to Receive Absentee Ballot Applications

All registered voters in Montgomery County and across the state will receive absentee ballot applications in their mailboxes next week.  Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted today announced that more than six million applications to vote absentee in the upcoming Presidential Election are being mailed to Ohio voters.

By the Numbers from the Ohio Secretary of State:

Voters must complete and mail in their application by noon on Saturday, November 3, 2012. If they change their mind and go to the polls after having requested an absentee ballot, they will have to vote provisionally.

The Montgomery County Board of Elections is encouraging voters to use absentee ballots to avoid long lines on Election Day.

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