DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Ohio voters head to the polls for a special election Tuesday.
Residents in six Miami Valley counties have a total of 13 issues to decide , many of which are school issues.
You must already be registered to vote in Tuesday's election. Ohio law requires that you register at least 30 days in advance of an election.
Polls open at 6:30 am and close at 7:30 pm. You must cast your ballot in your precinct at your designated polling place.
If you do not already know your polling location, you can contact your local county board of elections or visit the Ohio Secretary of State's website to use the voter lookup tool .
Remember, you must present an acceptable form of identification at the polls. They include a valid driver's license, state identification card or military identification. Also acceptable is a copy of a current utility bill, government check, bank statement or paycheck that shows your name and address.
Provisional ballots are available on Election Day. You can fill one out if you meet certain qualifications. Those include:
- you are not registered or did not update your address 30 days prior to the election
- you do not have an acceptable form of identification
- you already requested an absentee ballot for that election
Provisional ballots must first be verified as valid before your votes are counted.
If you have trouble with the electronic voting machine, this brochure from the State of Ohio might help .
Visit MyOhioVote.com to learn more.
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