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Miami County Board of Elections
Miami County Board of Elections

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The Board of Elections is responsible for ensuring fair, accurate, and timely elections at primary, general, and special elections. These responsibilities include the assurance that adequate supplies of ballots and absentee voter materials are available for elections and that provisions are made for candidates to declare their candidacy based on the time frame established by the Ohio Revised Code. The office also receives petitions for nominations, checks signatures and addresses for validity, and monitors campaign expenses to ensure compliance with the law.

Elections are administered in each county by a four-member board of elections which consists of two Republicans and two Democrats appointed by the Ohio Secretary of State at the recommendation of each county party. The board employs a director, who must be of the opposing political party of the chairman of the board of elections, and a deputy director, who must be of the political party of the chairman of the board.

Report on Requirements and Recommendations

On April 4, 2019, Secretary of State Frank LaRose released the Report on Requirements and Recommendations, detailing the findings and next steps regarding the vote discrepancy for the 2018 General Election in Miami County.

"This is meant to be an opportunity to recognize the mistakes that were made and to make sure that they donít happen again. If they follow the processes that we have given them, along with the requirements that we have put in place, then I have every confidence that each vote will be counted in Miami County," said LaRose. "Every single vote matters. No one should ever miss their chance to vote and we are going to make sure that the people of Miami County can do so confidently."

The Miami County Board of Elections remains committed to ensuring the accurate counting and reporting of all votes cast by local voters, and will continue to work with Secretary of State LaRose and his team to implement policies, procedures, and other safeguards in order to ensure the integrity of our electionsĒ

Report on Requirements and Recommendations for Miami County Board of Elections

Upcoming Events

  June 21: UOCAVA Absentee Ballots for August 6 Special Election must be ready

  June 21: Boards of elections must update and publish notices of Aug. 6 special election and provide the notices to federal write-in absentee voters upon request (46 days before special election)

  June 25: Boards of elections must advertise in newspaper(s) the places, dates, times, qualifications, and methods for voter registration (6 weeks before special election)

July 3: Constitutional amendments or statutes proposed by initiative petitions submitted directly to the voters must be filed with Secretary of State (125 days before general election)

July 7: May 7 primary/special election ballots, except for federal office, may be discarded unless ordered held by a court or the Secretary of State (61 days after primary/special election)

  July 8: Last day for local option petitioners seeking to sell at a community facility to send street listing to Division of Liquor Control

July 8: Deadline for voter registration for Aug. 6 special election (30 days before special election)

Poll Workers Wanted

Every Election Day, thousands of Ohioans contribute to their communities by helping to operate polling places. As a poll worker you help to safeguard our election process.

Being a poll worker is a great opportunity for registered voters who have the time to commit on Election Day. Itís easy, itís fun, it gives you extra cash AND you serve your county by actively participating in elections and preserving democracy.

Miami County needs you as a poll worker. You will receive training and be paid for your time on Election Day.

For more information on how you can make a difference, please call Janelle Flaharty, 937-440-3905.

Poll Worker Packet - Click here to view and print Poll Worker Forms.

Upcoming Board Meeting

Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code ß121.22, this is a notice of a Regular Meeting of the Miami County Board of Elections.

The Board will meet on Tuesday, June 25, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. in the Board of Elections Meeting Room adjacent to the Board of Elections Office on the ground floor of the Courthouse, 215 West Main Street, Troy, Ohio.

Early Voting Hours for November 5, 2019 General Election

Tuesday, October 8 - Friday, October 11 8-5
Monday, October 14 - Friday, October 18 8-5
Monday, October 21 - Friday, October 25 8-5
Monday, October 28 - Friday, November 1 8-7
Saturday, November 2 8-4
Sunday, November 3 1-5
Monday, November 4 8-2

Early Voting takes place at:

Miami  County Board of Elections

Miami County Courthouse

215 West Main Street

Troy, OH 45373


***Tuesday, November 5 the [ELECTION DAY] VOTING AT POLLING LOCATION ONLY, 6:30AM - 7:30PM***


Countywide Map available at this link.  Precinct maps available from  Precinct Locations  link on right.




Petition Checklist

46 Day Notice for Federal Write-in Absentee Ballots for the August 6, 2019 Special Election

100 Day Notice for Federal Write-in Absentee Ballots for the August 6, 2019 Special Election


Election Results

Precinct Locations

Precinct Search

Am I Registered?

Absentee Ballot Status

Absentee Labels and Reports

Ballot Lookup

Street Reporting

Voter Lists and Reports


Information provided on this page is provided by the County Board of Elections and is their property and is copyrighted by Miami County.


Miami  County Board of Elections

Miami County Courthouse

215 West Main Street

Troy, OH 45373

(937) 440-3900 (office)

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Monday - Friday