What to do if you have issues on Election Day:
- Ask for the Site Manager
- If issue is not resolved, call local Board of Elections
(Lucas County 419-213-4000)
(Wood County 419-354-9120)
- Call ADA Coordinator of Secretary of State
- ADA Coordinator, Brett Harbage, 614.387.6039
Voters with Disabilities in Ohio:
Souce – Secretary of State Webster
Ways to vote:
- In Person on Election Day
- Early Vote Center
Certain individuals with a personal illness, physical disability, or infirmity may be eligible to have a provisional ballot delivered to them.
- Accessible Absentee Voter Request
- Be a Poll Worker
- Contact ADA Coordinator .
- Local Board of Elections
Source – TARTA website
TARTA and Tarps will be giving free rides on election day.
TARTA and TARPS services can assist riders in connecting with voter resources to:
- Polling locations
- Registering to Vote
- Requesting an absentee ballot
- TARTA and TARPS services will be free and not collecting fares on Election Day on Nov. 8.
Plan Your Route To the Polls
To connect with voter resources in your area, please visit TARTA.com/routes or call the TARTA information line at (419) 243-7433 (RIDE) or the TARPS information line at (419) 382-9901. Riders may also use mobile trip planners like Google Maps, Passio Go! or Transit app to find their nearest route.
Riders with specialized mobility needs may contact TARTA’s Mobility Management program at (419) 725-5281 to speak with TARTA Mobility Manager, Daniel Hunt.
Questions for fixed-route service may be directed to the TARTA information line at (419) 246-7433 (RIDE). Questions for TARPS services may be directed to the TARPS information line at (419) 382-9901.
Lucas County Board of Elections is proud that all of their current machines are accessible.
PLAN AHEAD! If you have questions or are looking for a specific accommodation – call ahead to ensure your requests are in place prior to arrival
Schedule for Early Vote can be found here
You can go online and view your specific sample ballot prior to voting
Voter Cheat Sheet:
You are permitted to have a “voter cheat sheet” to provide names, issue numbers and ballot language for your use only
You may bring your own headset as an accommodation
Locally, The Sight Center creates Braille material
A braille sample ballot may be requested and process if even appropriate notice
Speakers share the last hour of the operation tend to be the slowest
To request an accommodation, you do not need to show proof of disability