Are you registered to VOTE?
8 May Primary Election
Primaries are used to select each political party’s candidates for the November election. All candidates for a given party appear on the ballot whether or not they are opposed. You may vote only for candidates in your party. When you enter the polling place, you will be asked to choose a ballot: Republican, Democrat, Green Party, or a Questions and Issues ballot which has no candidates. Choosing a Party Ballot will identify you to the Board of Elections as affiliated with that party. Choosing a Questions and Issues ballot identifies you as Independent.
- Greene County unofficial results
- Greene County - additional details (scroll down page for links)
- Montgomery County Election Summary
- Montgomery County Precinct by Precinct Report
Information on Candidates and Issues
- List of candidates for statewide, Montgomery County, Greene County,and Dayton City offices
- LWV Ohio guide to State Ballot Issues (only 1 issue)
- Local area Candidates Nights listed on our Calendar
- Candidate interviews presented by LWVGDA and MVCC
- Candidate interviews presented by LWVGDA and DATV
County Boards of Elections
Montgomery County Board of Elections:
451 W. 3rd St. , Dayton; (937) 225-5656
Greene County Board of Elections:
551 Ledbetter Rd., Xenia; (937) 562-6170
Are you still on the registered voter rolls?
Over 32,000 voters in Montgomery and Greene Counties were purged from the voter rolls last year, a process allowed by the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 to clear the databases of inactive voters. If you have not voted recently, please check your name at the Ohio Unity Coalition website to see if you are still registered. If you are not, you will need to re-register by 11 October in order to vote in November.
Voting 123: Voter ID requirements
Voting 123 for College Students
Fact sheet: Voting with a criminal conviction
Judicial Votes Count (statewide resource for judicial elections)
Judicial Votes Count website information card
LWV Ohio Voter Center (will be updated as Election Day approaches)
Election Protection website; also Voter Hotline, 866-OUR-VOTE
Also check out our Voter FAQ page for more details on the voting process: registering, requesting an absentee ballot, changing your address, being prepared with accepted ID, etc.