Hours extended to 9 p.m. Tuesday for voter registration for March primary


All counties in Ohio will have extended hours Tuesday, Feb. 16 to register voters for the March 15 primary.

All offices will be open until 9 p.m.

Learn more about how to register to vote and download forms here.

Early voting by mail and in person at county boards of election also starts Feb. 17. However, the field of presidential candidates is fluid, so it's likely candidates on the ballot will drop out of the race before the Ohio primary.

Also on the ballot are primaries for the U.S. Senate, Congress, state House, state Senate, Ohio Supreme Court and county offices. There are also lots of school levies and tax issues on the ballot. You can get all the information about what's on the ballot in our online voters guide coming February 29.

Voters in Butler, Clark, Miami, Darke, Preble and Mercer counties will vote March 15 in a GOP primary to fill the rest of former House Speaker John Boehner's congressional seat. you can learn more about the 15 candidates on the ballot here.

Here's the addresses for where you can register to vote and vote early:

AUGLAIZE COUNTY

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209 S. Blackhoof, Room 205

Wapakoneta, OH 45895

BUTLER COUNTY

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Princeton Road Campus

1802 Princeton Rd., Suite 600

Hamilton, OH 45011

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY

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1512 South U.S. Hwy 68, Suite L100

Urbana, OH 43078

CLARK COUNTY

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3130 E. Main St.

Springfield, OH 45505

DARKE COUNTY

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300 Garst Ave., Suite 7

Greenville, OH 45331

GREENE COUNTY

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551 Ledbetter Rd.

Xenia, OH 45385

MERCER COUNTY

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101 N. Main St., Room 107

Celina, OH 45822

MIAMI COUNTY

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Courthouse

215 W. Main St.

Troy, OH 45373

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

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451 W. Third St.

Dayton, OH 45422

PREBLE COUNTY

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Courthouse

101 E. Main St.

Eaton, OH 45320

SHELBY COUNTY

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230E. Court St.

Sidney, OH 45365

WARREN COUNTY

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520 Justice Dr.

Lebanon, OH 45036

 


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