2020 Election Resources

 AGGPAC Election Guide


American Farm Bureau Presidential Survey 

Responses for President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Joe Biden can be viewed on a per-issue basis at AFBF's advocacy website.

President Donald J. TrumpVice President Joe Biden


Ohio Voter Toolkit
Ready to learn more about Ohio's Judicial System and Candidates? Visit Judicial Votes Count for more information. 

Are you registered to vote? You have until October 5, 2020 for the November 3, 2020 General Election. 

You can check and update your registration here, and register to vote here

Did you know you can view your sample ballot here, find your polling place here, and view the election calendar here.  All of the resources are available at the Ohio Secretary of State's Voting and Elections Website

In Ohio, we have three ways to vote in the November Election: Early, Absentee, and on Election Day. 

To vote early, you can visit your county board of elections (except in Lucas and Summit counties where alternative locations are assigned), starting October 6th. There are even extended weekday hours and weekend hours in the weeks leading up to Election Day. 

To vote absentee, you can fill out an absentee ballot request form and return to your county BOE. Your ballot will be sent to you and you can mail your ballot or drop it off at your county BOE by 7:30pm on Election Day.

To vote in person on Election Day, find your polling place at the link above, and bring an ID to vote by 7:30pm. 






 

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