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Map: Ohio Polling Locations Affected by Coronavirus

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal Map: Ohio Polling Locations Affected by Coronavirus
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By Tyler Buchanan

Many Ohioans have been assigned a new polling location for the March 17 primary election, and voters are urged to use the state’s search tool to determine their correct polling place.

The change to nearly 150 polling locations is due to recent coronavirus concerns. The locations are within nursing homes, and Secretary of State Frank LaRose announced the changes in order to limit public contact with vulnerable senior citizens.

The changes include 16 locations in Franklin County. There are others scattered in rural and small-town areas throughout the state.

CLICK HERE for an interactive map of the 144 polling places with a changed location for the upcoming primary. If known, the new polling location is provided by clicking on each point.

The Ohio Secretary of State’s office has been updating the list of affected locations on a new website, ohiosos.gov/coronafacts.

LaRose is urging Ohio voters to either vote early or search for their polling location to determine exactly where they should vote on March 17.

This article was republished with permission from Ohio Capital Journal. For more in Ohio political news, visit www.ohiocapitaljournal.com.

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