Absent Voter Ballot- In Person
In person absentee voting begins 29 days before Election Day and ends at 2pm on Monday before Election Day.
In person voting will only be held at the Board of Elections office located at 724 S. 7th Street, Coshocton OH 43812.
Requesting a Ballot- Vote By Mail
A new absentee ballot request form must be submitted for
each election that a voter wishes to vote by mail.
To obtain an absentee ballot request form you may Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on APPLICATION FOR ABSENT VOTER BALLOT
Forms are also available at the Board of Elections office located at 724 S. 7th Street, Coshocton, OH 43812.
Completing the Application Process
Complete the request form by providing your name, address,
date of birth, a form of identification and an address to which your ballot
should be mailed.
Be sure to sign the application before submitting it.
Acceptable forms of identification include: your driver's
license number (which begins with two alphabet letters followed by six numbers)
the last four digits of you Social Security number OR a copy of either your
current and valid photo identification,
military identification, or a current
utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government
that shows your name and current address.
Return the ballot request form to the Board of Elections no
later than 12 p.m on Saturday before Election Day.
Forms may be sent by mail or
delivered in person. Applications submitted by email or fax will not be
accepted and processed.
Instructions for Voting an Absentee Ballot
Returning Your Voted Ballot
If you return your voted ballot by mail, it must be
postmarked no later than the day before the election and
received no later than
10 days after the election.
Note: Ohio's election law states that "postmarked"
does not include a date marked
by a postage evidence system, such as a postage
If you return your voted ballot in person, it must be
received by the Board of Elections no later than 7:30 pm on Election Day.
No voted ballot may be returned to a board of elections by
fax or e-mail.
If a voted ballot is returned by fax or e-mail, it will not be
accepted, processed, or counted.
Forms prescribed by the Ohio Secretary of State
APPLICATION FOR ABSENT VOTER BALLOT