Vote Early

What is Early Voting?

Early voting allows a voter to cast a ballot before Election Day, in an experience similar to voting on Election Day. During the early voting period, voters are issued a ballot and can then insert their ballot directly into a tabulator at our early voting sites. Voters will have the opportunity to vote and put their own ballot in a tabulator at the Early Voting Sites only at the dates and times below. 

Early Voting is open nine (9) consecutive days beginning on the second Saturday prior to the election and ending the Sunday just before the election for February and August Elections and fourteen (14) consecutive days beginning on the second Monday prior to the November Election.

Early Voting Schedule

Where is Early Voting?

An early voting site will operate similarly to an election day polling location but will be set up to serve large numbers of voters, rather than a single precinct. If you are registered in Canton you can early vote at any one of the following two locations:

Summit on the Park

46000 Summit Parkway (8:30 am - 4:30 pm Mon - Sun)

Village Art Factory

50755 Cherry Hill Rd (8:30 am - 4:30 pm Mon - Sun)

Early Voting Locations

How is Early In-Person Voting Different Than Absentee?

Both early in-person voting and absentee voting allow voters to vote their ballot prior to Election Day. However, there are important differences between the two choices in voting. Early in-person voting is similar to how you would at your precinct on Election Day. Voters are issued a ballot, or they bring in their absentee ballot with numbered stub attached and in the absentee secrecy sleeve, vote it at the Early Voting Center, and then insert it into the tabulator, just like at a precinct.