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It's always important to be an educated voter. Local elections are held each November, and periodically throughout the year.

You can register to vote at the library! You must be registered 30 days prior to the election. Find out if you are registered by checking the Ohio Secretary of State website.

Visit the Montgomery County Board of Elections webpage to view upcoming elections, issues, and candidates. Preview your ballot and get additional information at Vote411, a service of the League of Women Voters.

Web Links

Guide to Voting in Ohio
Learn the rules of who can vote, where you can vote, and how to vote. Compiled by the Ohio Secretary of State.

League of Women Voters
The League of Women Voters is a citizens’ organization that has fought since 1920 to improve our government and engage all citizens in the decisions that impact their lives.

Montgomery County Board of Elections
Check your local party issues, local candidates, and voter registration. Look up where you are voting, or download an absentee ballot.

Ohio Secretary of State
Get information on election law, campaign finance and statewide ballot issues.

Project VoteSmart
This non-partisan site calls itself "The Voter's Self-Defense System". The Vote Easy feature helps you find the candidate whose views on important issues are most similar to your own.

U.S. Electoral College
Find answers to such questions as: How does the Electoral College work in my state? What happens if a candidate does not get 270 electoral votes? Identify how electors voted by viewing the Certificates of Ascertainment.
Preview your ballot and view the Voter's Guide for your area (if available). Vote411 is a service of the League of Women Voters.


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