It's Not Too Late To Opt For In-Person Voting
More than 1.8 million Ohioans have requested absentee ballots. But some are having second thoughts. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports they have options.
Westlake resident Tony DiBiasio ordered a mail-in ballot. But he’s been reading news stories that have made him rethink that decision.
“So I was looking at the possibility of going and voting in person.”
DiBiasio’s board of elections told him if he voted in person instead, he’d have to vote a provisional ballot. That’s only true if he’d go on Election Day itself. Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has issued a directive clarifying people who decide they want to vote in person, early at local boards of elections can do so on a regular ballot.