County boards can elect to be open on Nov. 3-5
Saying that Ohio voters would be “irreparably injured” by the Republican decision to eliminate the last three days of early in-person voting, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday sided with the Obama campaign and Ohio Democrats to allow local elections boards to stay open.
However, the court is not requiring that the polls be open on the Saturday, Sunday and Monday before Election Day. Instead, that decision is left up to individual county elections boards, each of which is divided 2-2 between Republicans and Democrats. Read on at Columbus Dispatch...
Hamilton, Clermont, or Warren Counties do not have early voting on November 3-6. Below are links to the days and hours of early voting.
Hamilton County: http://boe.hamilton-co.org/files/files/BOEoffice%20hrsOct-Nov6r.pdf
Warren County: http://www.co.warren.oh.us/bdelec/extendedhrs.pdf
Clermont County: http://www.clermontelections.org/