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If you are serving in the U.S. armed forces on active duty outside the state, you, your spouse and dependents may vote by an armed service absentee ballot if you otherwise meet the requirements for voting in Ohio. Your spouse and dependents may vote by an armed service absentee ballot only if they left Ohio to be with you.
That place where you resided when you first entered the service, unless you later establish a voting residence elsewhere in Ohio.
You, your spouse or a close relative may request the Board of Elections to mail a ballot to you. Application may be made in person, or by mail or fax. An Ohio application form or a federal post card application may be used for convenience, but neither is required; however, all mail requests must include the following information:
For a relative to request a ballot for a service member – (PDF)
To contact the Board of Elections to request an application, you can now email us at email@example.com
Information provided by the Ohio Secretary of State