Under Ohio law, you must vote in the county of your qualifying voting residence, which is your permanent place of residence. You should receive notice of your polling place along with the confirmation notice of your application to register to vote. You also can check for your polling place information online through the Ohio Secretary of State’s office, or through your local county board of elections.
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