As of October 1, 2021, Ohio's voter registration data was reported by the Ohio Secretary of State to be:
Number of Registered Voters in Ohio: 7,982,501
Number of Registered Democrats: 947,027
Number of Registered Republicans: 836,080
Number of Registered Libertarians: 2,847
Number of Unaffiliated Registered Voters: 6,196,547
We can win in November starting NOW. We can be make sure we and those we care about are ready to vote on November 8, 2022 for the candidates we choose. WE CAN VERIFY WE ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE AND SIGN UP NOW TO BE MAILED A BALLOT FOR THE FALL ELECTION.
Detailed instructions for voting by mail ("absentee voting") are on the Secretary of State's website. You can download a request form here in English and in Spanish here. If you have questions about your voter registration, you can look up your own voter registration information. To change your voter registration online click here. To fill out an online form to register to vote, click here.
You must register or update your voter registration no later than 30 days before an election. Upcoming voter registration deadline for the November 8, 2022 general election is October 11, 2022. If you register or update your information after the deadline, the change will apply for the next election.
WANT TO MAKE SURE YOUR VOTE COUNTS IN NOVEMBER? DO THIS NOW:
BY REQUESTING YOUR BALLOT NOW, IT WILL BE MAILED TO YOU IN THE FIRST WAVE OF REGULAR ABSENTEE BALLOTS MAILED BY THE BOARD 29 DAYS BEFORE THE ELECTION. YOU CAN TRACK THE STATUS OF YOUR REQUESTED BALLOT THROUGH YOUR COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS'WEBSITE AND MAKE SURE YOUR VOTE COUNTS!
Do you want to help us organize for greater voter participation? Contact us, and we'll sign you up. There are a variety of activities you can do, especially from home.
Here is more information from the Secretary of State's website on tracking your absentee ballot through your county board of elections website:
- Through each board of elections website, absentee voters in the county must be permitted to identify the status of their absentee ballot from the date of application to the date the ballot was accepted for counting. Specifically, each board website must provide the voter with the following information:
- The date the voter’s absentee application was approved;
- The date the voter’s approved absentee application was processed by the board of elections (i.e., the date the board of elections mailed the ballot or otherwise issued it);
- The date the voter’s voted absentee ballot was received by the board of elections; and
- The date the voter’s voted absentee ballot was accepted for counting (or, if not accepted for counting, the reason it was determined to be ineligible for counting and the deadline by which the voter may correct any deficiency).
- This search functionality must be available to voters beginning at least the 46th day before an election through the 35th day after that same election.
Need more answers to your questions? Try this voter toolkit for starters.