COLUMBUS, Ohio — Kroger and the Franklin County Board of Elections are teaming up to help get voters absentee ballots for Ohio's Primary Election.
The Ohio Primary Election was supposed to take place on March 17th but was moved due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The applications can be picked up at any Kroger customer service desk.
“We are pleased to provide applications to registered Franklin County voters, the first step for voters who want to receive a ballot by mail. We are thrilled to work with Kroger’s in this unique public/private partnership,” said Ed Leonard, Director.
The General Assembly pushed the date back to April 28th.
Ohio voters have until noon on Saturday, April 25th to request an absentee ballot.
Absentee ballots can also be requested online.