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The League of Women Voters of the Greater Dayton area and MVCC have completed the following Meet the Candidates 2020 recordings, and the series is now both online and cablecasting on the channels.

IMPORTANT DATES for November 3, 2020 General Election

Now – Application for Absentee/Vote-by-Mail available on-line or by mail

Absentee applications will be mailed to all Ohio registered voters

Week of September 7 – Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot applications will be mailed out

September 8, 2020 – Voting begins for Overseas and Military

October 5, 2020 – Deadline to change address

October 5, 2020 – Deadline to register to vote

October 6, 2020 –Absentee/Vote-by-Mail begins

October 6, 2020 – Early-in-person voting begins

November 2, 2020 – Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballots postmark deadline

November 2, 2020 – Early in-person voting ends at 2:00pm

November 3, 2020 – Election Day Polls open from 6:30am-7:30pm. Drop off for Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot to Board of Election Office by 7:30pm

During the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Dayton JCRC promises to educate the public, advocate for the most at-risk in our community and protect every Dayton Jewish constituent in all voting and electoral procedures. By providing thorough, accessible information to vote in the November 3rd general election.

We all need to stay safe during these times. The Dayton JCRC Absentee/Vote-by-Mail task force is providing a concise checklist and links to the Ohio Secretary of State’s website, VoteOhio.Gov.

The JCRC Voting Task Force supports safe and healthy voting during the Covid-19 crisis. Here are some tips on how to register and vote from the safety of your home.

Ohio Voting Resources

  • Go to VoteOhio.gov
  • Need help? Check our handy step-by-step Voting Guide below Have more questions? A volunteer of the JCRC Absentee/Vote-by-Mail Task Force will be happy to assist you. Contact us at jcrc@jfgd.net or call (937) 610-1555

Step-by-Step: Voting in Ohio

Am I registered?

  • Don’t know – I can check my registration status here
  • I can register to vote here
  • I’m a first-time voter – I can register here
  • I moved within Ohio – I can update my address here
  • I moved from outside Ohio – I can update my address here
  • My name has changed – I can update my name change here
  • I am in the military – I can find out more information here
Yes, I am registered, what are my next steps?

▢  Educate myself on candidates & voter issues

▢  Decide if I want to vote in-person or by-mail

I prefer to vote in-person

▢  Find my polling location and make sure my information is updated here

▢ I prefer to vote early and in-person and need to check location. I reside in Clark, Greene, Miami, MontgomeryWarren county

▢  Vote on November 3rd at my polling location here

I prefer to vote-by-mail

▢  Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot application is on-line here

▢  Print, complete, sign, and mail Absentee/Vote-by-Mail application

▢  Watch the mail for an Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot application beginning the week of SEPTEMBER 7, 2020 (Labor Day week)

▢  It’s September 14 and I haven’t received my Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot application. Check to see if my registration is current here and take the next appropriate step.

▢  Track my Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot here

▢  Complete and mail my Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot ASAP – two weeks before election day or drop it off at my local Board of Elections on NOVEMBER 3, 2020 by 7:30PM

 

No, I am not registered, what should I do?

▢  Register Online by clicking here

▢  Educate myself on candidates & voter issues

▢  Decide if I want to vote in-person or by-mail

I prefer to vote in-person

▢  Find my polling location and make sure my information is updated here

▢ I prefer to vote early and in-person and need to check location. I reside in Clark, Greene, Miami, MontgomeryWarren county

▢  Vote on November 3rd at my polling location here

I prefer to vote-by-mail

▢  Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot application is on-line here

▢  Print, complete, sign, and mail Absentee/Vote-by-Mail application

▢  Watch the mail for an Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot application beginning the week of SEPTEMBER 7, 2020 (Labor Day week)

▢  It’s September 14 and I haven’t received my Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot application. Check to see if my registration is current here and take the next appropriate step.

▢  Track my Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot here

▢  Complete and mail my Absentee/Vote-by-Mail ballot ASAP – two weeks before election day or drop it off at my local Board of Elections on NOVEMBER 3, 2020 by 7:30PM

What if I have other questions?

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