Below you will find some of our most frequently asked questions. Simply click the question to reveal the answer. If you have any questions please contact us and let us know.
NOTE: Documents from the Board of Elections are NOT an acceptable form of ID.
Click Here toUpdate My Ohio Voting Address
I Need a Voter Registration Form
You need to submit a new Voter Registration form which you can print from this website. Click on “Forms & Publications” on the right and find the voter registration form and open the .pdf file. You can fill it out on screen then print it. Don’t forget, sign the form before you mail it:
Fairfield County Board of Elections
951 Liberty Drive
Lancaster, Ohio 43130-8045
You can check your voter registration from this website by clicking this link:
Check my Voter Registration
On the following screen type your name in the appropriate lines (note: you don’t have to fill in all the lines First and Last name is sufficient) If more than one choice comes up click on your name and the next screen will show you your registration details.
Yes. If you are currently registered in the state of Ohio you can update your voter registration on-line even if you’re moving from one side of the state to the other. The Secretary of State has launched an on-line registration system that allows you to fill out your information which will then be forwarded to us. Click here to "Update My Ohio Voting Address".
Just remember you have to already be registered in one of the 88 counties of Ohio to use this service. If you’re new to the state you can print a voter registration form by clicking here and mailing it to the Secretary of States office or directly to us at:
Check My Voter Registration (Voter Query), is a "Live" system and is updated every day. If you believe it to be incorrect please contact us.
Polling locations do change on occasion; this is frequently beyond the control of the board of elections. For example, any of the following reasons (and many more) may cause a polling location to change:
Polling locations are only changed when absolutely necessary.