The primary election for 2014 in Ohio is one week away.   And many Buckeye residents are voting early to avoid the crowds on election day.  The Henry County Board of Elections reports 264 residents have voted early in their office; while another 252 absentee ballots have been requested.

 

            Early voting will take place at each board of election office in Ohio until 5pm each day this week, through Friday.  Then this Saturday, boards will be open extended hours from 8am till noon for early voting.   That will be the last day of early voting; since the polls will be open for the primary election on Tuesday, May 6th from 6:30am till 7:30pm.