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Rep. Brown Announces Final Week of Voting for the 2020 General Election

Announcement comes as record number of Ohioans are exercising their right to vote early
October 27, 2020
Richard D. Brown News

COLUMBUS – Today, Assistant Minority Whip Richard Brown (D-Canal Winchester) announced the commencement of the final week of voting for the 2020 general election. Ohioans now have 7 days remaining to cast their ballot early in-person, return their absentee ballot by mail or at a drop box, or to vote on Election Day at their polling place. The announcement accompanies a record setting number of Ohioans choosing to exercise their right to vote early.

“As we enter the last 7 days of voting for the 2020 general election, I would encourage all registered voters in Ohio to exercise their constitutional right to vote. Whether it’s early in-person, on Election Day, or absentee by mail, Ohioans should make a plan and exercise their right to cast a ballot!” said Rep. Brown.

MAIL: Ohioans who opted to vote absentee by mail are reminded to mail in their ballot now or personally deliver it to the drop box at the Franklin County Board of Elections as soon as possible. Absentee ballots must be postmarked by Monday, Nov. 2 if returning by mail OR hand delivered to the county Board of Elections by 7:30 PM on Tuesday, Nov. 3.  

EARLY: The Franklin County Early Vote Center is located at 1700 Morse Road and is open:

Tuesday, Oct. 27th: 8 AM-7 PM

Wednesday, Oct. 28th: 8 AM-7PM

Thursday, Oct. 29th: 8 AM-7 PM

Friday, October 30th: 8 AM-7 PM

Saturday, October 31st: 8 AM-4 PM

Sunday, November 1st: 1 PM-5 PM

Monday, November 2nd: 8 AM-2 PM 

ELECTION DAY: Ohio voters can also choose to vote at their polling location on Election Day (Tuesday, November 3rd) from 6:30 AM-7:30 PM and can check their voter registration and find where to vote by visiting

Voters can update their name or address at the same time that they vote. They should vote in the polling location for where they live now.