For so many working families, voting their jobs and their unions will be at the top of their voting priority lists.

Before you head to the polls, make sure you download/print your OCSEA-endorsed sample ballot.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 8. Make sure you have all the resources you need to go vote at your assigned polling location.

Are you an Ohio registered voter who mailed in your ballot? Track it HERE.

There are Souls to the Polls educational voting events, rallies and rides to early voting taking place across Ohio this weekend.

OCSEA activists took time out of their busy days Friday and Monday to write postcards to other union members. Their personalized messages encouraged union members to get out to vote and to support pro-union candidates.

There is early voting in Ohio every day up to Election Day. Click to get dates and times through November 7. 

Find your early vote location at the Sec of State website:

Early vote days and hours (always double check with your county's Early Vote location)

At an OCSEA Retiree luncheon, about 50 OCSEA retirees gathered in fellowship at OCSEA Headquarters for their first big event since the pandemic. They also helped Get Out The Vote.

The Ohio AFL-CIO will host Get Out the Vote rallies across Ohio Oct. 27 through November 7.

Starting the day after the close of voter registration, registered voters may cast an early in-person ballot at their county board of elections. Check the map and list below for the early in-person voting location in your county.

Get early in-person voting hours for the 2022 General Election:

Ohio voters should consider these best practices when they choose the absentee ballot option.