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Check Your Registration

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Sample Ballot

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We're here for you

We know how important it is for you to support the issues and candidates that matter to you. And yet, voting can seem complicated. The Hamilton County Board of Elections is here to help you understand the process and equip all eligible citizens to vote. As the official source of election information for the county, the BOE provides election results, recruits poll workers, offers campaign information, and registers voters.

About the Board

Plan Ahead

Register to Vote

Make sure to register to vote or update your address at least 30 days before an election. The next election is March 17, 2020.

Vote in an Election

You can vote early by mail or in-person at the Board of Elections. Or, vote on election day at your poll location.

Learn Where to Vote

Your polling location is based on where you live. Enter your address on the next screen and we’ll tell you where to go on election day.

Advance democracy in Hamilton County

Election day workers are critical to every election, and we always need more. If you’re a registered voter, you can receive training and be paid for your time.

Become a Poll Worker

Voting Myths

Not everything you’ve heard about voting is true. Find out what’s fact and what’s fiction.

Fact or Fiction logo

“Absentee ballots are only counted in close elections.”