Williams County, Ohio - The Williams County Board of Elections announced voting for the March 17, 2020 Primary Election has been extended until April 28, 2020. Officials say there will be NO voting at polling locations for this election. Voting will be conducted through mail-in absentee ballots.
The elections office says this is a two-step process. First, you need to request an application for a ballot. You can obtain this by calling the board office at 419-636-1854, or by going to the Secretary of State’s website.
Once you have received your information, fill it out, and returned your request. The elections office will then mail a ballot to your address. If you have already cast a ballot, your vote WILL be counted, and there is no need to request another ballot.
The Williams County Board of Elections assure that this election, like all others, is safe and secure.
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