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How Can I Vote?
Presidential Primary 2020
Ohio Voting Suspension
Frequently Asked Questions

Original Release: 3/20/2020

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There are many questions surrounding the suspension of voting in Ohio on March 17th 2020 Calendar icon..

Some of those questions are:

Q1:) What is the re-scheduled date for in-person voting?

A1:) This is a complex situation as there are actions in Court and in the Legislature that will provide the final determination as to the date for Ohio Primary voting to occur.

Q2:) Will there even be a rescheduled date for in-person voting or only Vote-by-Mail?

A2:) Likewise, the determinations by the Ohio Supreme Court and Legislature will provide an answer to this question.

Q3:) Can I apply now for an Absentee Ballot?

A3:) Yes! Absentee Ballot applications are still being accepted by the Boards of Election across Ohio.

Q4:) Can I change my vote if I have already submitted an Absentee Ballot?

A4:) Every Candidate and Issue appearing on a ballot is predetermined prior to an election. The ballots will not change nor will any votes already cast.

Requested Absentee Ballots will be sent out once the actual re-scheduled Ohio Primary Election date is finalized.

Applications to Vote by Mail are available at City Hall or can be requested from the Board of Elections via their website at:

This is the best information we have as of this time. We will provide further updates as they present.


Information provided by: The City of Lyndhurst, Ohio
5301 Mayfield Road, Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124  Google Maps icon.
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