(Ohio) – In-person voting will NOT take place in Ohio after the State Health Director orders all polling locations closed despite the initial attempt to do so being overturned by a judge.
The original plan to postpone the election and move it to June 2nd involved court action which failed Monday evening.
It was a confusing day for poll workers, voters, and political candidates as the election was off, back, on and then ultimately off again.
But, as of early Tuesday morning, the latest chapter in the saga indicated there will be NO in-person voting taking place on Tuesday, March 17th.
You may request an absentee ballot until May 26th and they must be postmarked no later than June 1st. The election is scheduled to take place on June 2nd.