The polls are open in Ohio! Early voting has started for the high stakes 2020 general election including the Presidental election and many local elections as well. There are many options for you to cast your vote, in-person, absentee, or on election day (November 3rd). If you choose to vote early in Ohio, you’ll have until November 2nd to do so at the Franklin County Board of Elections. The BOA is located at 1700 Morse Road Columbus, Ohio 43229. If you are choosing to vote early in person, there are lots of opportunities.
Get Breaking News & Exclusive Contest in Your Inbox:
Below you’ll find the dates and times available for in-person early voting for Franklin County.
Monday through Friday only 8:00am-4:00pm
Monday through Friday only 8:00am-6:00pm
Saturday only 8:00am-4:00pm
Sunday only 1:00pm-5:00pm
Monday through Friday only 8:00am-7:00pm
Saturday only 8:00am-4:00pm
Sunday only 1:00pm-5:00pm
Monday only 8:00am-2:00pm
Franklin County Board of Elections is taking extra measures to make voting in person safer during this pandemic. Poll workers will be wearing protective gear, extra disinfecting and cleaning is being conducted, along with privacy shields and more.
For more information on in-person voting please contact the Franklin County Board of Elections at 614.525.3100 or visit their website here. If you don’t live in Franklin County and need more information on early voting or absentee voting in Ohio, click here.
- BoohooMAN Drops DaBaby After His Hateful And Ignorant Comments Go Viral
- Police Accountability: More Cops Are Being Punished For Not Stopping Brutal Officers Using Excessive Force
- Stacey Morris and Nena Ross Discuss Styling Hair On The Set Of ‘Blackish’ And How The Pandemic Influenced Their Work
- Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn Testifies He’d Never Been Called N-Word In Uniform Until Jan. 6: ‘Is This America?’
- Walmart Announces They Will Pay Employees College Tuition and Books
- Simone Biles Prioritizes Her Mental Health By Withdrawing From Team USA’s Final Competition In The Tokyo Olympics
- Disney Store in Polaris Store Set to Close
- Simone Biles Out of Olympic Gymnastics Competition
- Minneapolis Voters To Decide If City Will Reimagine Public Safety
- Video Shows Atlanta Cop Kicking Woman In The Face As Partner Stands And Watches
President Trump Weaponized White Extremist Group Proud Boys At Presidential Debate
1 of 15
"Proud Boys, stand back and stand by": It bears repeating -- there has been no presidential debate moment more disqualifying than this pic.twitter.com/n7hRT7P2g0— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 30, 2020
2.2 of 15
3 of 15
"stand back and stand by."— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) September 30, 2020
trump's failure to condemn White Supremacists like the Proud Boys isn't a bug -- it's a feature.
It was the continuation of his hateful Charlottesville message of support.
4 of 15
Sen. Tim Scott on Trump telling the Proud Boys to "stand back and stand by" at last night's debate: "I think he misspoke. I think he should correct it. If he doesn't correct it, I guess he didn't misspeak."— Geoff Bennett (@GeoffRBennett) September 30, 2020
5 of 15
Retweet to expose how Trump encourages violence regularly with groups like the proud boys. pic.twitter.com/uAeRql7qwT— ReallyAmerican.com 🇺🇸 (@ReallyAmerican1) September 30, 2020
6 of 15
Just asked GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy about Trump refusing to condemn white supremacists and telling Proud Boys to stand by and stand back. He deflected onto an attack on Biden and antifa, claimed Trump did condemn last night and wouldn’t answer about Trump’s comment on Proud Boys— Manu Raju (@mkraju) September 30, 2020
7 of 15
A vote for @JoeBiden is a vote for a man who will take down the Proud Boys. Pass it on.— Chip Franklin🏛InsideTheBeltway.com (@chipfranklin) September 30, 2020
8 of 15
I still can’t get over the fact that Trump was told to condemn violent white supremacists, and all he could eek out was to tell the Proud Boys to “stand by”— effectively a call to arms.— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) September 30, 2020
9 of 15
Portland has seen the chaos and violence that the Proud Boys bring with them. They appreciate that Trump is in their corner and cheering them on. That’s all you need to know about the president’s commitment to “law and order.”— Senator Jeff Merkley (@SenJeffMerkley) September 30, 2020
10 of 15
Don’t get caught up arguing about whether the Proud Boys are racist. If you support policies that disproportionately harm Black people & other ppl of color, you support racism.— Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II (@RevDrBarber) September 30, 2020
11 of 15
Let people know that the guy on the left is Proud Boy Ben Bergquam (who blocked me) and fellow racist and good friend, Congressman @DevinNunes. Ben's twitter handle is (@)BBergquam. Happy Wednesday! pic.twitter.com/CMdoTd9JYr— Toby Morton (@tobymorton) September 30, 2020
12 of 15
And note that he also reiterated, as his namesake son said in a rather hysterical video, the Trumps are calling on thousands of their followers to go to the polls and “watch Democrats vote.” So it will be the Proud Boys, then? https://t.co/TyMJpXtLDR— Joy-Ann (Pro-Democracy) Reid 😷 (@JoyAnnReid) September 30, 2020
13 of 15
The Michigan branch of the Proud Boys posted this meme featuring the president’s words to their Telegram account last night. The image is from from their Aug. 15 visit to Kalamazoo that turned violent. pic.twitter.com/HaWs015wFI— Samuel J. Robinson (@samueljrob) September 30, 2020
14 of 15
“Stand By!”— Chip Franklin🏛InsideTheBeltway.com (@chipfranklin) September 30, 2020
Trump tells Proud Boys to be ready.
And who backs that?
Do you believe #BLM now?
15 of 15
No one wants to look at it dead-on, because it's so ugly, but Trump telling the Proud Boys to "stand by" was one of the darkest moments in American history. He's not even being subtle about raising an army of fascist goons to intimidate voters and take revenge if he loses. pic.twitter.com/NWeTsNTsm8— Steve Silberman (@stevesilberman) September 30, 2020