Skip to main content

November 8 is Election Day—Go Out and Vote in Central Ohio!

Your voice matters, so make sure it’s heard by heading to your local polling location to cast your vote in the 2016 Presidential Election. Can’t make it in on election day? Request an absentee ballot or vote early at a Franklin or Delaware County early voting location.

You Won’t Just Vote for President

The presidential selection isn’t the only important decision to be made this election. Do you know the political stances of other candidates running for office in the Senate, Congress, Supreme Court, and government positions within the State of Ohio?

Read Up on Your Ohio Issues

The election isn’t just about selecting candidates. There are also important decisions to be made within the state of Ohio, as well as Franklin and Delaware Counties. Do you know how you’ll vote on important financial and legal issues, such as bonds for public health and safety, allowances for liquor sales, and charter amendments?

Find Your Polling Location

Unless you’re voting by absentee ballot, your polling location is predetermined by your residential address. If you’re casting an early vote, this location is typically different from your general polling location. Make sure you know where you’re headed come voting day.

Go Out and Vote!

Polls open on November 8 at 6:30 am and remain open until 7:30 pm, so make sure you get your vote in to have a voice in important local and national decisions!

Make Yourself a Part of the Central Ohio Community

Casting your vote is an important part of truly belonging to a community, and if you’re thinking of becoming a part of the community of Central Ohio, then it’s time to contact me. I can help you learn more about the towns and cities of Central Ohio, explore homes for sale, and get started buying your home here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Copyright © 2024 | Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. | Privacy Policy
Real Estate Web Design by Dakno Marketing.