COLUMBUS, Ohio - Early in-person voting begins Tuesday for the Aug. 10 special election.
Secretary of State Jon Husted says voters in 35 Ohio counties will vote on 60 local issues, including school and local levies and charter amendments.
All non-military and overseas voters can begin voting at designated sites on Tuesday. Husted urges people to check with their local board of elections for locations and business hours.
The deadline to register for the special election is July 9.
Voters seeking to vote by mail can request an absentee ballot until noon on Aug. 4. Request forms can be downloaded from the Secretary of State's web site, MyOhioVote(dot)com. Voted ballots must be postmarked the day before the election, or can be returned in person until polls close.
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