Early Voting (also called “In-Person Absentee Voting”) is one of the most convenient ways to cast your vote. If you are thinking about submitting or requesting an “Absentee Ballot” click this link for more information. While mail-in voting is convenient, we strongly suggest taking advantage of extended in-person voting opportunities prior to Election Day. See below for Early Voting hours and location (In-Person Early Voting is generally available 30 days prior to Election Day).
Ride to the Polls. Need help getting to the polls on Election Day? Click here for information on the DCDP Ride-to-the-Polls program.
Early Voting location is the Delaware County Board of Elections:
2079 US Highway 23 N, Delaware, Ohio 43015 Map It
Phone: (740) 833-2080; Fax: (740) 833-2079
Early voting is an important process that gives people a chance to get to the polls before Election Day. The people that benefit the most from this are the ones that matter the most to our elections. These are the people who have not voted in years, because Election Day just never seemed to line-up with their work schedule. The previous non-voters decide to vote and by spreading the word about early voting we can ensure, and hopefully entice, these once non-voters to get to the polls as soon as possible.
The sooner you vote, the better. Get your vote in and then get all of your friends to vote ASAP as well. The more people that vote, the greater chance this country has of electing a leader that is truly is a reflection of its people.
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