LIMA — While in-person voting was limited for the April 28 primary election due to coronavirus concerns, some voters still have the option. To vote in-person, voters must be registered to vote in Ohio as of Feb. 18, 2020, and fall within one of two distinct categories.
The first is: you must have a disability that requires using a marking device accessible for voters with disabilities. This includes non-visual accessibility for the blind and visually-impaired.
Or, you are unable to receive mail where you live.
Outside of those two categories, in-person voting is not allowed under Ohio law on April 28.
The Allen County Board of Elections is discouraging all other voters from visiting the board on April 28, unless you have already properly requested an absentee ballot by April 25 and you have you to receive your ballot in the mail.