November 6, 2018 General Election

On September 22, 2018 UOCAVA absentee ballots for the November 6 General Election must be ready (45 days before general election). 

The close of Voter Registration for the November 6, 2018 General Election is October 9, 2018.

October 10, 2018 Non-UOCAVA absentee ballots for the November 6 General Election must be ready (first day after close of voter registration).

November 3, 2018 applications for absentee ballots must be mailed for the November 6 General Election and received by the board of elections by noon (3 days before general election). 

2018 November General Election Candidates List

2018 November General Election Issues List

2018 November Election Early Vote Center Calendar

Media Blitz: Employment Opportunities

Polling Location Changes for the November 2018 General Election
Polling Location Changes for the November 2018 General Election by Distance

Approved Legal Notices for November 6 General Election

Voter Search by Name (VoterView)

Where do I vote? (VoterView)
Check my Absentee Ballot status (VoterView)

Polling Locations & Precincts

Polling Locations by Precinct

Polling Locations by Street

Party Counts by Precincts


                                                  Remote Ballot Marking System

The Lucas County Board of Elections is excited to announce the implementation of a remote ballot marking system. If you qualify for a disability under the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), you are eligible to use this new system. This will allow voters with a disability to vote an absentee ballot independently in the comfort of their own home. After you have voted your ballot, all you have to do is mail it back to us. To apply, you must fill out and submit the new prescribed form by the Ohio Secretary of State's office Form 11-G on our board's website. While this is not a means for online voting, we want to make sure everyone has the proper accessibility to vote. Our office has and will always represent all of our voters.