Elections 2019

Primary/Special Election

May 7, 2019

 

Registration Deadline - April 8, 2019

In Person Absentee (Early) Voting Schedule for the May 7, 2019 Election

Sample Ballots are now posted!

Click Here and type in your first and last name to see your sample ballot

Click Here to see all sample ballots

 

Polling Locations

 Click Here for list of polling locations OPEN for the

May 7, 2019 Primary/Special Election

Precinct

Permanent Location

Temporary Location

PERMANENT CHANGE

Voters in Orrville 4-B
formerly at Trinity United Methodist Church, Orrville
will now be

PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT

Orrville Christian Church

921 N. Elm St., Orrville

TEMPORARY CHANGES

Pl #1 NW Blachleyville C of C

St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church

9451 Ashland Road, Wooster

Pl #2 NW Oak Chapel UMC

St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church

9451 Ashland Road, Wooster

Ba #1 Dal, Tus Baughman Twp. Offices

P. Graham Dunn

630 Henry Street, Dalton

Ba #2 Tus Community Bldg., Marshallville

P. Graham Dunn

630 Henry Street, Dalton

Voters affected by both permanent and temporary location changes will receive notices via U.S. Mail on/about March 9, 2019

 

List of Offices on Ballot - includes filing deadlines, number of signatures, fees, etc.

           (NOTE:  Candidate list for General 2019 will be posted after the Primary/Special Election is certified - on/around June 1)

Click Here for Candidate and Local Issue Information

 

Primary/Special Election 2019 - Certified Candidates and Issues

Six (6) week Notice of Primary/Special Election

Election Notice for use With the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) - 46 day notice
 

 

There will be a REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ONLY in the City of Orrville

Important Note about Party Affiliation
Under Ohio law, an elector affiliates with a political party by voting in that party’s primary election. An elector is considered to be a member of a political party if he or she voted in that party’s primary election within the preceding two calendar years, or if he or she did not vote in any other party’s primary election within the preceding two calendar years. (ORC 3513.05. Par. 7)
If you vote in the City of Orrville on May 7, 2019, you will vote a Republican ballot and therefore will be affiliated with the Republican Party until the next Primary Election held in your district, regardless of your previous voting history.