Section 3504.01 | Voting in presidential elections by voters who have moved from Ohio.
Each citizen of the United States who, on the day of the succeeding presidential election, will be eighteen years of age or over, who has moved the citizen's residence from this state not more than ninety days prior to the day of such presidential election, who has not registered to vote in the state to which that citizen has moved that citizen's residence, and who, because of that citizen's removal from this state, is not entitled to vote for the offices of president and vice-president or for presidential and vice-presidential electors in the state of that citizen's current residence may be entitled to vote in this state, in the precinct in which that citizen's voting residence was located at the time the citizen moved from this state, for presidential and vice-presidential electors but for no other offices if the citizen meets all of the following conditions:
(A) The citizen otherwise possesses the substantive qualifications to vote in this state, except the requirements of residence and registration.
(C) The citizen completes a certificate of intent to vote in a presidential election under section 3504.02 of the Revised Code under penalty of election falsification.
Available Versions of this Section
- August 15, 2012 – Senate Bill 295, 129th General Assembly [ View August 15, 2012 Version ]