County Executive Shapiro urges residents to update voter registration

SUMMIT COUNTY, OHIO – County Executive Ilene Shapiro urges Summit County residents to double check their voter registration status to avoid having their registrations removed from Ohio’s voter database prior to the November General Election. In early June, Secretary of State Frank LaRose released the names of more than 158,000 registered Ohio voters identified as “inactive” that will be removed prior to the upcoming November election, including 6,144 people registered in Summit County.


The list includes anyone who has not voted at their registered address in the past four years or has submitted a change-of-address form to the US Postal Service. These voter registrations are set to be removed by July 22, 2024.


Residents can check if they are on the list by visiting and entering their full name. If your name is found, you can re-register to vote by clicking directly on the “Register here” button found to the right of your name and address.


Even if your name does not appear on the list, it is still beneficial to double check that your name and address are up to date. Summit County voters can look up their voter registrations at


Residents can register to vote online by visiting To register online, you will need to provide your Ohio driver’s license or Ohio state ID number, your name, date of birth, address, and last four digits of your Social Security number. To be eligible to vote in the November 5, 2024, General Election, Ohioans must be registered by October 7, 2024.


For questions regarding voting or registration, please contact the Summit County Board of Elections at (330) 643-5200 or visit


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