Ohio's Mail-In Primary Ends

( Cincinnati ) - Ohio's postponed primary is finishing on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.

Because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus, Governor Mike DeWine had the March 17 presidential primary election changed to mail-in only. Absentee ballots had to be requested by this past Saturday, and ballots must be submitted to county boards of election before 7:30pm.

All 88 county boards of election will provide a single release of results some time Tuesday night. These results should be considered unofficial until the official canvas is completed in three weeks.

Unofficial results can be found at the following links:

Ohio Secretary of State

Hamilton County

Butler County

Warren County

Clermont County

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