Deadline For Mail-In Ohio Ballot Approaching

Ohio's Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted says there is still time for voters to get their ballots done for this Tuesday's primary. In a statement to the media Friday he said votes will start being counted Tuesday evening.

He says all voting in the 2020 primary is being done by absentia after state health department director Doctor Amy Acton gave the order on Governor Mike DeWine's request.

Husted says Ohioans have until Monday to get mail in ballots post marked or can drop off their ballot at the county board of elections until Tuesday evening.

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose says 1,700,000 Ohioans have received mail-in ballots, but only one-million of them have been returned.

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