Huron County Democratic Party

Upcoming Election

PRIMARY ELECTION: May 3, 2022 in Huron County, Ohio

NOTE: Some precinct polling locations have changed last year. To look up your precinct location, CLICK HERE.

HOW TO DECLARE AS A DEMOCRAT

In Ohio, you declare your party affiliation when you request your ballot in a partisan primary election, such as this one.

If voting by mail, when you fill out your ballot request form, check the "Democratic" box to request a Democratic ballot.

If voting early in-person or on Election Day, when the poll worker asks you, request a Democratic ballot.

VOTER REGISTRATION

  • The DEADLINE to register to vote in this election is April 4. The Board of Elections is open late on this day: 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
  • To CHECK YOUR REGISTRATION on-line in two minutes, CLICK HERE. (Ohio Secretary of State)
  • To REGISTER ON-LINE with driver's license or state ID in six minutes, CLICK HERE. (Ohio Secretary of State)
  • To REGISTER USING PAPER FORM: You may also print and complete this form, and take it or mail it to:

    Huron County Board of Elections
    180 Milan Ave.
    Norwalk, OH 44857

    Another way that you may obtain a Voter Registration Form, is by going to any of the following locations:

    • Any Public Library
    • Any Public High School or Vocational School
    • Any Office of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles
    • Office of the Huron County Board of Elections
    • Office of the Huron County Treasurer
    • Job and Family Services

3 WAYS TO VOTE

  1. VOTE BY MAIL (Source: Ohio Secretary of State and Huron County Board of Elections.)
    • You can request your ballot NOW.
    • Request an absentee ballot with this FORM: Print, fill-in and SIGN the form. Return the completed form by mail to:

      Huron County Board of Elections
      180 Milan Ave.
      Norwalk, OH 44857

    • When filling your ballot request, check the "Democratic" box to request a Democratic ballot and declare as a Democrat.
    • Return your voted ballot by mail, postmarked no later than May 2 (the day before election day).
      - OR -
      Drop your ballot into the drop box in front of the Board of Elections no later than 7:30 p.m. May 3 (election day).
    • To check the status of your ballot, CLICK HERE.
  2. VOTE EARLY IN-PERSON
    • Beginning April 5, You can vote before Election Day at the

      Huron County Board of Elections
      180 Milan Ave.
      Norwalk, OH 44857

      Check the Ohio election calendar for early voting dates and times.

    • When the election official asks, request a Democratic ballot to vote and declare as a Democrat.
  3. VOTE ON ELECTION DAY
    • Tuesday, May 3, VOTE at your precinct 6:30 AM - 7:30 PM
    • To look up your precinct polling location, CLICK HERE.
    • When the election official asks, request a Democratic ballot to vote and declare as a Democrat.

BALLOT ISSUES and RACES

  • To see your sample ballot, CLICK HERE, then click "REGISTRATION INFORMATION", type in your Last Name and Date of Birth, then click "Search". Then under "Sample Ballots" click the link for your precinct for the 2022 May Primary Election. Your exact sample ballot will display.

QUESTIONS?

  • For further questions, CLICK HERE to go to the Huron County Board of Elections voter tools page.

Updated: 01/01/2022