Jefferson County Board of Elections
Your Vote ... Your Voice ... Your Right
Where do I vote?
You vote in the precinct in wh
Do I need to provide identif
You must bring identif
If you do not provide one of these documents, you will still be able
to vote by providing the last four digits of your social security number
and by casting a provisional ballot.
If you do not have any of the above forms of identif
May a college student vote from his/her school address?
Yes, if the student establishes the college as his/her place of residence and registers to vote. Otherwise, the student must vote in his/her home county, if registered there. Refer to the Absentee Voting page for more information.
Can a 17 year old vote?
Yes. Any registered voter who will be 18 years of age on or before the November General Election can vote in that yearís Primary on candidates only.
How do I vote?
Jefferson County uses a digital scan voting system. You will vote on
a paper ballot then feed the ballot into a scanner.
If you have not used this type of system before, an election off
May a voter receive assistance in voting?
A voter with a phys
How do I establish wh
Under Ohio law, an elector affiliates with a political party by voting in that partyís primary election. You do not register a political party preference when registering to vote. Your current party affiliation does not determine which party ballot you may take in a primary election.
May I vote on ballot issues in a Primary Election without declaring my party affiliation?
Yes. You may vote on questions and issues appearing on the ballot
without voting for candidates of a polit
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