CURRENT ELECTION:    November 5th, 2019 General Election

Races including county and local issues will be on the ballot.

Important Dates for the

March 17, 2020 Presidential Primary Election 

Tuesday, February 18th     8:00am - 9:00pm

       -Voter Registration/Update Deadline

In-Office Absentee Voting Hours:

Mon-Fri,  Feb 19-28

Mon-Fri  Mar 2-Mar 6

Saturday, Mar 7

Mon-Fri  Mar 9-Mar 13

Saturday, Mar 14

Sunday, Mar 15

Monday, Mar 16


Early Voting ends at 2:00 pm the day before Election Day.


Tuesday, March 17th
      -Election Day vote at the POLLS ONLY

                                             6:30 am - 7:30 pm

8:00am - 5:00pm

8:00am - 5:00pm

8:00am - 4:00pm

8:00am - 7:00pm

8:00am - 4:00pm

1:00pm - 5:00pm

8:00am - 2:00pm

Candidates & Issues - Filed


Click on the blue button below to access the list of candidates and issues filed at the Board of Elections.

Voting Machine Allocation


Click on the blue button below to access the document showing the number of voting machines allotted to each precinct.  The information will be made available as soon as the Board approves it.

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Look Up Voter Information

You can find out if you are registered to vote, if your address is current, find out what precinct you are in and where you would vote on election day. You can also view your ballot. Click on the blue button below to access the lookup function. 

If you are unable to locate your voter registration information but think you are registered to vote and you have not moved outside of your county of prior registration, you may be eligible to cast a provisional ballot during in-person absentee voting period at an appropriate early voting location or the county board of elections, or on Election Day at the correct polling place for your current address that may be counted. We encourage you to check your registration status by contacting your local county board of elections. Click here for a full listing of Boards of Elections.

Polling Locations List


Click on the blue button below to access a list of Medina County polling locations.

View Ballots


Click on the blue button below to access a list of all of the precincts involved in this election.  Click on a precinct to see the optical scan ballot in use for this election.

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Apply for an Absentee Ballot


Registered voters have the opportunity to vote in the next election from the convenience of their own homes by requesting an absentee ballot. You can request your ballot for each individual election beginning on January 1 or 90 days before the date of an election, whichever is earlier, but you must complete and submit a separate application for each election in which you want to vote.






You can click on a blue button above for the absentee ballot request form, which you can print at home and complete, or you can go to the Medina Country Board of Elections and obtain the form.


Your request must be received by the Medina County Board of Elections by noon the third day before the election (usually a Saturday). However, you should submit your request as far in advance of the election as possible to ensure there is sufficient time for the board to mail you a ballot and for you to timely return that ballot.


Uniformed and Overseas Citizens






Clicking the blue UOCAVA button just above takes you to the UOCAVA Voting section of the Ohio Secretary of State's website, where you will find all you need to complete your UOCAVA vote.


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