You must complete a voter registration form and deliver or mail it to your Board of Elections office. Voter registration forms also may submitted to the Ohio Secretary of State’s office, the office of the registrar or any deputy registrar of motor vehicles, a public or vocational high school, a public library, a county treasurer’s office, or the state or local office of certain other designated agencies. Voter registration forms are available at any of these offices, or can be printed off online.
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