DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Ohio county boards of elections will begin sending ballots to eligible voters who have requested them on Tuesday, Oct. 2. Tuesday marks 35 days ahead of the November 6 General Election.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted announced that more than 920,000 absentee ballot applications to vote by mail had been received by county boards of elections statewide.
"We are ready. Boards of elections are prepared and all voters can have confidence that Ohio will conduct a fair, open, and secure general election," Secretary Husted said.
"No matter which method of voting they choose – in person absentee, by mail absentee or on Election Day – we encourage all Ohioans to take the time now to check their registrations and know the rules so they can have a smooth experience at the polls."
Continue to follow WDTN's election coverage here .
Global civil rights icon Nelson Mandela, whose legacy is ending South African apartheid, has died.
Dayton is using some everyday technology to help keep your street clear during a snow storm.
Between the sequester and the shutdown, a major federal worker fundraising campaign is having a hard time getting as many donations as it normally does.
Trotwood police are trying to find a would-be robber who got away with nothing.
The Greene County Board of Elections has now made the election results official for the Beavercreek Schools' levy.