August 2, 2022 - 2nd Primary Election
Last day to register: July 5, 2022
Early Voting Starts: July 6, 2022
Due to the delay in finalizing the Ohio State Districts (known as Redistricting), the Ohio State Representative Primary & State Central Committee elections were not held with the May 3, 2022 Primary. They will have their own election, which will be held on August 2, 2022.
All candidates who won the May 3rd and August 2nd Primary elections, in the categories above, will be on the November 8th General Election ballot.
Medina County Board of Elections
3800 Stonegate Dr,
Medina Township, OH 44256
P.O. Box 506
Medina, Ohio 44258
You are qualified to vote if:
REGISTER TO VOTE
To vote in the August 2, 2022 election you must be registered to vote. If you have moved or changed your name you must update your registration. Registering to vote is easy! You can do it online: olvr.ohiosos.gov or fill out this form and deliver it to the Medina County Board of Elections.
The last day to register is July 5, 2022.
WHAT TO VOTE FOR?
VOTE BY MAIL
Ohio has “no-excuse” absentee voting. This means anybody can vote by mail without special circumstances. First, you need to fill this form and mail it to the Medina County Board of elections at P.O. Box 506, Medina, OH 44258. The application must be received by noon on July 30, 2022.
Once you receive your official ballot, complete it and get it back in the mail as soon as possible.
Your ballot must be returned to the Board of Elections either by mail (with a postmark showing it was mailed) by August 1, 2022, or in-person by 7:30 pm on August 2, 2022 (by placing it in the Board of Elections drop box).
EARLY VOTING IN-PERSON
Starting July 6, 2022, anyone can vote at the Board of Elections (3800 Stonegate Dr., Medina, OH 44256). Visit the Medina County Board of Elections website for times they are open for voting.
ELECTION DAY - August 2, 2022
The polls will be open on Election Day for voting at 6:30 am and close at 7:30 pm.
CLICK HERE to find your Polling Location.
Anyone in line by 7:30 pm gets to vote! If you have requested an absentee ballot or already voted at the Board of Elections, you are not eligible to vote at the polls. If you try, you will be given a Provisional Ballot to vote. Also, be aware that no polling location will accept your absentee ballot on Election Day. You must turn it into the Board of Elections by 7:30 pm in order for it to be counted. There is a dropbox for your convenience.