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Pickaway County Election Information, Some Polling Places Have Changed for March Primary


Pickaway County – Early voting is underway at the Pickaway County Board of Elections office, located at 141 West Main Street, Suite 800, Circleville, Ohio 43113. Voters arriving to vote in office are required to provide a valid, unexpired, Ohio issued ID, Passport, or US military/national guard/veterans ID. As this is a primary election, voters will be asked to choose a Democratic or Republican ballot; these ballots allow voters to nominate that party candidate to the November general election. Voters with a question or issue to vote on will be given the third option of an “Issues only” ballot (which are also on the party ballots).

There are extended office hours which allow voters a wide opportunity to cast their vote before election day which can be found on the website at https://www.boe.ohio.gov/pickaway/. There are also other resources for voters, including sample ballots, candidate lists, a form to request a mail ballot, election
day polling place, and more. Election Day voting takes place on March 19, 2024, from 6:30am – 7:30pm, at 17 different polling locations throughout Pickaway County. There are two polling location changes voters should be aware of this election day:

Voters in Deercreek township and the Village of Williamsport will no longer be voting at the Gym on the Park. On this election day, these voters will cast their ballots at the Southwest Pickaway Fire House located just off US 22 West and Cedar Street. Voters will need to park in the lot off Cedar Street and enter the training room, which will be marked with a large flag. This will be the voting site for the foreseeable future. All impacted voters should have received a yellow postcard in the mail informing them of this change.

Voters in the Village of South Bloomfield and Harrison Township will also have an Election Day change to their voting location. In the last two elections, voting took place at the shelter house in the front of the park but will return to the Municipal Building in the back of the park, for this and future elections.

“Although the shelter house was a fantastic building that offered quick access for voters, plenty of natural light, and a comfortable setting for our workers, we are concerned that there may not be enough space for the November Presidential election. To avoid moving voters back and forth, we worked with the Village of South Bloomfield to return to the municipal building and remain there going forward,” the Pickaway County Board of Election Director stated.