Early Voting & Voting By Mail (Absentee Voting)

Early Voting

You can vote early (up to 30 days before an election day) at the early vote center, inside the Ohio Means Jobs building in downtown Toledo. The address is 1301 Monroe Street (between 13th St and 14th St), and the hours it is open in October and November are pictured below. Click here to enter your address and get driving directions to the early voting center.

Vote by Mail/Absentee Voting

You can vote by mail before an election by requesting and receiving an absentee ballot. Once you’ve successfully sent in your request, you will receive an absentee ballot in the mail no earlier than 28 days before the election. For the ballot to be counted, you must have to postmarked no later than the day before the election and it must be received by the Board of Elections no later than 10 days following the election. 

Also note that if you request an absentee ballot, do not return it, then attempt to vote in person, you will be required to complete a provisional ballot.

Click here to get a copy of the absentee ballot request form. You can print this form, complete it, and mail to the Board of Elections. Once they receive it, you will be sent your absentee ballot. 

You will mail both your absentee ballot request form and your completed ballot to:

Lucas County Board of Elections
1 Government Center #300
Toledo, OH 43604-2250


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