2022 Election Update
Kegler Brown Government Affairs Update October 19, 2022
As political campaigns fill airwaves and mailboxes touting the reasons you should select them for office, the Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter Government Affairs team has pulled together this “2022 Election Guide” to help you wade through the clutter.
Here are your critical dates:
- General election voter registration deadline: Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022
- Early voting and mail-in voting begins: Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022
- Deadline to request absentee ballot: Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022
- Early voting and mail-in voting ends: Monday, Nov. 7, 2022
- General election: Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022
On or before November 8, you will be asked to select who will become the Governor (and Lieutenant Governor), who will serve as your U.S. Senator and member of the U.S. House of Representatives for the next 2 years, a Chief Justice and two Associate Justices who will serve on our Ohio Supreme Court for the next 6 years, who will serve as your Ohio Senate member (in 17 of the seats open this election) for the next 4 years, all 99 members of the Ohio House of Representatives, and two statewide ballot issues and other important local issues throughout the state.
The “2022 Election Guide” contains:
- A complete list of candidates running against each other
- Links to the candidates’ websites so you can see where they stand on issues, and
- Endorsement/Recognition of the candidates by several business and professional trade associations, as well as labor associations.
Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter does not make any candidate endorsements. The "2022 Election Guide" is for informational purposes only, and its focus on business may not reflect endorsements candidates have received from groups and organizations in other areas.
We encourage you to contact the organizations referenced within for more information and to visit each candidate’s website for more information on their specific stances and further endorsements.
Please feel free to share this information with your management team and employees, as well as your friends and family, so everyone can be an educated voter for the November election.