How do I vote absentee?
If you choose not to use the prescribe form, your written application must contain:
1. Your Name
2. Your legal signature
3. The address at which you are registered to vote
4. Your date of birth
5. One of the following items showing proof of your identifidation:
a. Your Ohio driver's license
b. The last four digits of your Social Security number; or
c. A copy of your current and valid photo identification, military identification, or a current
(within the last 12 months) utility bill (including cell phone bill), bank statement, government
check, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and current address
6. A statement identifying the election for which ou are requesting an absentee voter's ballot;
7. A statement that you are a qualified elector;
8. If the request is for a partisan election ballot, your political party affiliation;
9. If you want the ballot to be mailed, the address to which you want it mailed.

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1. What are the registration deadlines?
2. When is the election?
3. When are the polls open?
4. How do I vote absentee?
5. How do I change my political party?
6. How do I become a poll worker?
7. When does my absentee ballot get counted?
8. Where do I get or submit my voter registration form?
9. How can I update my registration?
10. Am I qualified to register to vote in Ohio?
11. May a college student register and vote from his or her school address in Ohio?
12. Will I need an ID to vote?
13. May I receive assistance in voting?
14. What is a provisional ballot?
15. How is the Director chosen for Washington County?
16. How is the presiding judge chosen?
17. What is Washington County's Public Records Policy?
18. When does my ballot need to be received in order to be counted?
19. What address may I list as my residence address?
20. May a 17-year-old ever vote in an election?
21. How does Washington County handle the ballot for a 17-year-old voter in a Primary?