COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio voters may cast Tuesday primary ballots from the curb under order from Secretary of State Frank LaRose, the Journal-News reported Monday.
Someone must go into the polling place to inform election officials that a voter has concerns about coming inside. That request triggers a 16-step process for precinct officials to follow.
LaRose also directed county boards of elections to accept and process absentee ballot requests until 3 p.m. Tuesday, which will give Ohioans with concerns about coronavirus more options to vote.
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