Voting and Candidate Information

Early Voting Information (Ohio Only)

Key Dates:

Sat 11/2—Absentee Ballot request deadline (by 12:00pm)

Mon 11/3—In-person early vote ends

Early in-person voting hours are below. Call your local Board of Elections for specific locations and for directions.

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Bring One Acceptable Form of ID

Acceptable forms of ID to vote early in person are:

  • Your current and valid Ohio driver’s license or ID card, OR
  • Your current and valid Military ID, OR
  • Copy of your most recent utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and current address

Passports and out of state licenses are not valid forms of ID.

You have the right to use your Ohio driver’s license as ID as long as it is valid, even if it does not reflect your current address.

If you have questions about where to vote early, ID requirements, or election procedures, visit www.myohiovote.com or call the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office at (877) SOS-OHIO (767-6446).

 

Election Day

Election Day is Tuesday, November 4. Make your Election Day voting plan in advance. Plan whether you will go before or after work. Make sure you leave enough time to vote in case of long lines at the polls.

Remember, you have the right to vote if you are in line when the polls close. Don’t leave!

Election Day in Ohio

On Election Day, polls in Ohio will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

You will need to present ONE of the following forms of identification to vote:

  • Your current and valid Ohio driver’s license or ID card, OR
  • Your current and valid Military ID, OR
  • Copy of your most recent utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and current address

Passports and out of state licenses are not valid forms of ID.

You have the right to use your Ohio driver’s license as ID as long as it is valid, even if it does not reflect your current address.

If you have questions about your Election Day voting location, ID requirements, or election procedures, visit www.myohiovote.com or call the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office at (877) SOS-OHIO (767-6446).

Should you run into any issues at the polls, do not leave the polling location. Call the voter protection hotline at 1-877-644-6336.

Election Day in Kentucky

Polls will be open from 6:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.

A photo ID can be requested of the voter but the voter is not required to present it. If the voter does not present a photo ID, the voter must sign an oath attesting to his/her identity. Election officers can also confirm the identity of a voter through:

  • Personal acquaintance OR
  • Documentation, such as a driver’s license, Social Security card, or a credit card.

A photo ID is not required to vote.

Problem at the polls? Call 866-OUR-VOTE.

For more information on voting early or on Election Day visit: www.elect.ky.gov

 

Information on UFCW Local 75 Endorsed Candidates

Members of your union have chosen to recommend candidates who will protect our contracts, fight for middle class families, and work with us to build a strong future for our communities. Our recommendations are based on candidate policies on issues like health care, food regulations and safety, immigration, jobs and wages, workplace safety, and workers’ rights.

Download your local candidate guide below to learn more:

Candidate Guide—Cincinnati-Area

Candidate Guide—Clark County

Candidate Guide—Dayton-Area

Candidate Guide—Kentucky

Candidate Guide—Toledo-Area

Candidate Guide—Other areas/statewide candidates only

Full list of UFCW Local 75 Recommended Candidates