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hello and welcome i'm don palmer vice.chair of the uss.election assistance commission the eac.is an independent bipartisan federal.agency created by.the help america vote act of 2002.designed to help election officials.improve the administration of elections.and help americans participate in the.voting process.we have been recording conversations.with state and local election officials.about the different facets of election.administration during the covid 19.pandemic.today i'm honored to have a conversation.with ohio secretary of state frank.larose.secretary larose took office as ohio's.51st secretary of state.on january 14 2019. prior to being.elected.to statewide office he served two terms.in the state senate representing the.27th senate district in northeast ohio.the rose started his career by living.the dream by enlisting the united states.army with the 101st.airborne and ultimately served in u.s.special forces as a green beret.as secretary of state secretary rose has.been doing his part in delivering a.thriving democracy and proper.prosperous economy in his role as ohio's.chief election.officer he's working to ensure ohio's.elections are secure.accessible and accurate he is also.supporting.ohio entrepreneurs as a sole authority.to receive and approve articles of.incorporation.for ohio businesses thank you for.joining me today mr secretary.um you know as.as we get closer to uh the general.election as we get through.primaries one of the things we've been.dealing with obviously is this.unprecedented challenges.with the coven 19 the pandemic and i.know ohio's had adjustments to your.primary.earlier this year could you talk a.little bit about how the cares act.has helped you thus far in the primary.and as you're planning for the general.election.well thanks commissioner and you're.right to mention that ohio had the.kind of unfortunate timing of our.primary coming right.at the beginning of this emergency that.we were all facing as a nation and as a.world quite honestly.and really the same week that almost.every state in the country was declaring.a public health emergency was the time.that ohio.was set to conduct our primary march 17..now the governor.made the decision along with the state.health director that it would not be.safe to conduct in-person.voting and so we responded by creating a.scenario where we could conclude the.primary exclusively by mail.the good news is ohioans are very.familiar with absentee voting because.it's been a function of our elections in.ohio for.close to 20 years and the boards of.elections had to.really do a monumental job to be ready.for that volume in the spring but they.got it done now.the money that we received from the.cares act.um i've been very intentional about.pushing that money out to the county.boards of elections in fact over 90.percent of it has gone directly.back out the door uh to the front lines.if you will and i.spent 10 years in the army as you.mentioned and i one of my pet peeves in.the military was always that.you know those of us on the front lines.who were the trigger pullers.sometimes we didn't have the equipment.we needed but when you went back to the.headquarters.where people lived in air-conditioned.buildings and all that they'd seem to.have all the latest and greatest.i always said if i'm in a position to to.do something about that i would.and given that i have the ability to.help allocate these resources.we said very early on that our team's.going to make sure that the money goes.out to the county board of elections one.of the things.that the counties are spending these.funds on.is additional mail handling equipment.some cases additional staff to be ready.for what we can expect to be a higher.volume of vote by mail.uh this this this fall but we're also.spending those dollars.uh on things like additional personal.protective equipment.so that we can make sure that in-person.voting is safe and healthy for ohioans.as well so.we're definitely making sure the dollars.are spent well and efficiently.and it's a big help so.in ohio you have folks that vote um.absentee or by mail which i believe is.like 25.of your population you also have early.voting where per.where individuals can vote in an.election office i believe and then you.have election day.those cares dollars are they're going to.like clean polling places and ensure.that those offices are ready for voters.is that the type of thing.that that you're preparing for in.november.absolutely in fact many of the counties.have been investing those dollars to.purchase personal protective equipment.safety shields cleaning supplies.the necessary signage to inform people.uh.you know what to do uh when when.entering a polling location or to keep.the correct social distancing and that.kind of thing and you're right to.mention that ohio.ohioans have a lot of choices uh and.this is nothing new this is.thankfully not something that we had to.kind of figure out during a pandemic.ohioans for close to two decades almost.20 years now.have had four weeks of early voting.which is again offered at your.county board of elections generally.sometimes they use a.different site but four weeks of early.voting that has evening and weekend.hours so it's really easy.to access we have four weeks of absentee.voting where as long as you.uh you know as long as you request an.abstine ballot.and you're a registered voter we're.going to mail you one and you can mail.it back.and then of course convenient uh.in-person election day voting.we're going to make sure that it's.healthy and safe and accessible and.that's what these cares dollars are.being used.for and actually we're also part of you.know partnering this with.some of the hava funds that we had to.spend still uh.that are being dedicated to.accessibility type issues and security.type.issues and so really the federal.spending that we have been able to.access in this election cycle has been.very helpful.and we're spending it wisely on one.other thing that we're spending it on.is mailing an amstee ballot request to.every registered voter and this is.nothing new in ohio as well this is.something my predecessor did.going back to the beginning of his.administration ohioans are accustomed to.getting that absolute ballot request in.the mail.it's something that uh that we do in.those even-numbered years so both.presidential and gubernatorial elections.and.the question comes why why those years.well because those are the years that we.see the highest volume.and the more people that vote absentee.are the fewer that we have to.accommodate on election day so it's a.good thing.uh to see people take advantage of that.which again in ohio is is nothing new so.we're sending out 7.8 million.absentee ballot requests so every.registered voter in the state is going.to receive one.just after labor day weekend secretary.rose i also.read in the news that you were working.really closely with the post office.just to make sure that all the.efficiencies are being used and.individuals.sort of understand the deadlines could.you want to talk a little bit about.your interaction with the post office i.think it's sort of a um.you know something other states could.emulate so in the primary.we were starting to hear concerns and.remember ohio concluded our primary as.an exclusively postal.uh election which you know was a.one-time thing at the very beginning of.the pandemic and to be clear.i i am not a fan of exclusively postal.voting i think that there needs to be.choices.you know people can vote by mail if.they're comfortable with that but there.also has to be.in-person options available but in the.primary the decision made by our.legislature was to conclude it.exclusively by mail and so.we were starting to hear these stories.about delays uh the boards of elections.and.and some voters were reporting to us.that that mail.was taking two and sometimes three times.as long as it was supposed to take.we took action and actually worked.through our congressional delegation to.get the us postal service.engaged i had a meeting by phone of.course that included the deputy.postmaster.that included the person in charge of.all the elections mail for the us postal.service as well as their operations.manager.and they were willing to to make a few.uh changes to us.in the final days of ohio's primary.one of them was to institute what they.called an all clear procedure.which is just like it sounds they send a.management level.postal official through their sorting.facility.and make sure that they are all clear of.any election related mail and.as you know it's so important that that.official elections mail logo.be on any piece of mail that pertains to.elections administration.and that distinctive logo is assigned to.the post office that this is a high.priority piece of mail.well with an all clear procedure they go.through their sorting facility and make.sure that there's not a box of.of election related mail frustrated in.the in the process or stuck in a machine.or whatever else they make sure to move.out all of that election-related mail.in ohio they also were willing to move.their sorting.for northwest ohio back into the state.because of whatever decisions the post.office had made about efficiency over.the last few years.they had decided to move northwest.ohio's mail sorting into detroit they.have a massive.sorting facility in detroit well that.may be.more efficient for them but it also adds.some time to the process because now.mail from toledo has to truck up to.michigan get sorted and then.truck back uh and they were for that.period of time willing to bring.the sorting back into ohio which cut.down the transit time.and then finally uh working at the local.level to make sure that there was a.person-to-person handoff so that for.example the boards of elections when.they've got their outbound mail.that's green tagged uh which is you know.for elections uh.folks like us we know that that means.that it's you know it's the uh elections.related mail.um but that handoff happened so that it.doesn't just go into the sort of general.pile.uh but it but it's sort of given the.special handling that it deserves.particularly.toward the end of the election cycle and.and when the uh the deadline.is starting to loom now i think that the.most important thing though.is is one of voter responsibility.uh commissioner and this is where if i.could get.if i could get a message to every.registered voter in the state.other than get registered to vote and.sign up to be a poll worker.the the message would be that i want.every ohioan to hear loud and clear is.do not delay.procrastination is a terrible idea as it.relates to absentee voting.you're going to get your absolute ballot.request from me in a few weeks.fill it out mail it in right away don't.leave it sitting on your kitchen counter.and then a few weeks after that in early.october in fact.officially starting october 6th that's.when the boards of elections are going.to start mailing out absentee ballots.as soon as you receive it make your.choices.sign the envelope and mail it back in do.not delay.and wait till the end because if.everybody waits until.you know the last week of the election.to mail in their ballots we're going to.have.a you know a different kind of a curve.we're all used to seeing that virus.curve right.but the problem is we're going to have.the spike in in all of the election mail.right at the end and by the way that's.when the boards of elections are busiest.preparing for the in-person aspect of.voting and making sure that everything's.ready to go for that.and so really we want to flatten the the.curve as it relates to elections mail.and make sure that we get our fc ballot.sit in as early as possible.do not delay is the bottom line so.secretary.i think we both served as overseas.military voters at some point.what would your message be for them to.start early or start even earlier.i think that would probably be the.message what what are you thinking about.with those voters how did.how do they get ahead of the curve here.and make sure their ballot gets counted.so you're right we both experienced uh.that overseas service and um it.it adds a little complication to.everything uh but the people that are.defending our freedom should certainly.have the opportunity to participate in.it in fact.you may not know this commissioner but.this is the way i got involved working.on elections issues initially.uh when i first started serving as a.brand new state senator back in 2011.uh at the time secretary of state john.husted asked me to partner with him on a.bill to improve yuakawa or overseas.military voting in ohio.and uh that sort of got me started on.this journey of working on elections.related issues and that's why.eight years later i ran for this office.uh and the just the the.the love that i have for elections and.the experience that i was able to get.working on elections related issues.um overseas military voters overseas.civilian voters for that matter any.overseas voter family members.uh members of the the uh uh you know.the the the peace corps or the state.department or the various intelligence.services uh anybody that's that's that's.overseas who is a united states citizen.should cast their ballot we give extra.time for that.uh in ohio that process starts 46 days.before the election when those.yu akava which means overseas military.and civilian ballots start going out 46.days in advance.what a lot of people don't realize is.that overseas personnel may actually.request their ballot electronically.meaning.that it will be emailed to you it's not.transmitted electronically no ballots.are transmitted electronically.but it's emailed to you you have to.print it out and.fill it out manually and you still have.to sign it manually and then.mail it back manually uh so it still has.to be transmitted through the mail but.we can.cut the process in half by emailing you.your ballot that you could then print.out yourself and.for our military personnel that means go.find the mwr computer somewhere or.whatever.else and print it off and get it in so.there are a lot of good options.the time starts early and for anybody.who's.who's interested in this we have a.person in our office whose.dedicated full-time job is military and.veteran liaison work.uh his name is aaron locker he himself.is a wounded warrior.and his email address is just a locker a.l-o-c-k-e-r.at ohio sos.gov and.you can also check our website.voteohio.gov under military and overseas.voters and you'll see all kinds of.information on there but.nobody should sit out this election even.if you're serving far from home or.living far from home overseas secretary.secretary larose i recall that you did.file a number of bills to help the.military including online.electronic registration i remember i was.at the bipartisan policy center at the.time and.and it was really something that we were.able to advocate with you.and talk to the legislature about um so.all these aspects really help.those are overseas and in the case of.myself and others.in the military um.dollars and have a security funds and.how has that been you know once that was.made available to you how did you use.that.and what are some of your plans for that.um for that being used uh.in 2020 and beyond.yeah so i i had a little blip in our.internet connection i lost the first.part of your question but i think.you were asking about java security.funds the the dollars that had been.uh dedicated to that purpose and how we.put those dollars to use is that correct.yes yes it was yeah again just like with.the cares funding.we pushed out the vast majority of that.money to our counties.i recognized early on that as it related.to cyber security.where some of the biggest.vulnerabilities were is out at our.county boards of elections again.ohio has 88 county boards of elections.we've got a very decentralized form of.elections administration that is a.strength.in many ways but it also brings with us.some challenges.and what that means is that those 88.county boards of elections reflect the.diversity of ohio i mean we have county.boards of elections.uh that amount to two people that work.in the courthouse basement and do a.really.good job and work really hard but they.don't have a whole lot of equipment.and they don't have a large operation.and a large support network around them.and then we have county boards of.elections with a hundred and.hundred or more employees with their own.full-time i.t department and everything.that goes along with that and so.we focused on getting those dollars out.to the county boards of elections.along with a 34-point security checklist.that we gave the boards of elections and.we said you have until the end of.january.uh 2020 uh to get that done and by the.way.at the end of january 2020 we had every.county except for i think two or three.that had completed that and then the two.or three that needed a little bit of.remedial help we got them.uh completed as well but we were doing.things such as.requiring every county board of.elections to have an intrusion sensor.one of these albert detectors that.effectively.can monitor the network for any kind of.nefarious activity and then.uh respond at any hour of the day or.night monitored by.an organization that's partnered with.the us department of homeland security.we required background checks we.required training and things like.fishing and really the human aspect of.this is so important making sure that.the boards of elections are prepared.uh to be a human firewall if you will to.do basic things like setting secure.passwords and.uh not opening attachments that you.don't know about and so.a lot of that work got done i think oh.and by the way changing all of our.boards of elections to a secure.gov.domain so that all of them have a.gov email and website which is not.only safer from the virus standpoint.but also it provides an additional.public uh confidence so that people know.when they go to a.gov website that they can trust that.they are an official government source.of information and so.those were some of the things that we.did with those dollars i think that.ohio's really leading the nation.as it relates to cyber security is.something that we've been very.aggressive about.so take a step back four years you know.you know it's been from four years ago.how would you compare the security.posture we were then.where we are now are we more secure.what's our resiliency now than it was.then and should voters be more confident.just generally even though there's bad.actors that are always sort of knocking.on our door.um checking our fence.from your view as a chief election.official in in ohio are we more secure.and do we have more resilience than we.did four years ago no question about it.in fact in many ways the difference is.night and day.uh the support that we're getting from.our federal partners.is really incredible the u.s department.of homeland security has been great to.work with.uh kris krebs and company at cisa have.been.excellent to work with and they've been.constant partners of ours.but also the relationships extend.laterally between the states my.chief information security officer and.my cio.talk with their counterparts in other.states constantly the information.sharing that we're able to do through.the isac community.is incredible the support that we're.getting at the state level and.in a minute i hope to get the chance to.talk about an innovative thing that we.started in ohio called the ohio cyber.reserve which is.actually a unit within the national.guard it's civilians it's not.you know military members that went to.basic training and that kind of thing.but it's the best minds that we have in.the state that are organized as a.reserve.force to respond um not if but when.there's a cyber attack because it's it's.inevitable uh.really and uh the fact that public.awareness.has increased as well uh things like.disinformation are.realities of of of life that we need to.be aware of there are foreign.adversaries that want to spread false.information and confuse.and disorient uh voters those are that's.all.part of the same conversation and.something that we have to be aware of.and one of the things that we've been.doing in ohio is offering disinformation.training so that minority community.leaders and.and and and members of the media can.understand exactly how this works and.what you know in the military we would.have called propaganda just a few years.ago and.we have a fancy fancy term for it now we.call it disinformation but it's a lot of.the same thing it's spreading false.false narratives and it's something that.we should be aware of and and again that.goes part.hand in hand with combating cyber.attacks because it's a.a lot of the same kind of nefarious.efforts that are that are involved there.and it's important for people to know.that we're going to combat it.and we're going to make sure that when.the ballots are counted.that it's the voice of the the people of.ohio that are heard in a free and fair.election and that's the bottom line.so let's talk a little bit about your.cyber reserve i know this was an.initiative that you started back when.you were in the state.senate and pushed for and and now as.secretary.you're helping to build what's that.relationship like with your secretary of.state's office.and the national guard i know that's.it's sort of.within the national guard but it but.it's a but it's a civilian force.talk a little bit more about that.relationship and how you work together.to protect ohio's elections.well it's a terrific relationship and uh.in fact the the two-star general uh who.commands the ohio national guard.is a gentleman in paris and general.harris and i actually served together.when i was in the military so our.relationship goes a long way back.um we've worked together a lot because.they have a capability.uh organic to their organization where.they've got.service members military members united.states military.members who are cyber security experts.uh who are experts at uh you know.combating.uh hacking and and system resiliency and.getting systems back up and running.that's the the the capability that they.have within.their ranks as far as military members.that can do that work but of course.in in the event of a large-scale attack.uh they need.some more help that they need some more.people and so the idea was.to create a cyber reserve this is a.reserve force it's.you can almost compare it to the.volunteer fire department right i mean.uh you know you don't necessarily need.to have.a full-time fire department uh on call.24 7 but when there is a problem you.need to be able to call in.well-trained people to respond to that.problem that are able to immediately.respond to and that's what the cyber.reserve is all about.the other part of this is that i think.for too long people have thought that.there is some um you know the cavalry.that you call that comes riding in uh if.if there's a catastrophe and in many.cases there.hasn't been there is not uh that kind of.response force that's available of.course.you know if the if if there's a a.medical emergency you call the ems.if there's a fire you call the fire.department if there's a law.law enforcement related emergency you.call the police department but who do.you call when there's a cyber related.emergency particularly.for those entities that are state.local county government partners as well.as critical infrastructure which of.course.elections are both critical.infrastructure and.a county government function at least in.ohio.and so the ohio cyber reserve has been.organized this is a piece of legislation.that i started working on when i was in.the senate.has been organized as part of the.national guard because they have the.right structure.rank structure and everything else for.how to how to put this together and do.the recruiting the idea is to have.regional teams throughout the state.these individuals get together and train.periodically.they don't wear a uniform per se but.they probably have a polo shirt on it or.with a logo on it or whatever that says.ohio cyber reserve.and the idea is when the worst case.happens when there is a.a major cyber related attack in ohio.these folks can be called to duty.they're paid once they're activated they.would leave their civilian job for a.period of time maybe a couple weeks.where they maybe.work previously at a bank or a company.a financial institution or who knows.what any any number of places that cyber.security experts work.uh in and around the state of ohio and.then they would be activated and.sent to the scene where their focus.would be on.resiliency getting systems back up and.running again.in many cases when there's an attack uh.the investigators want to come in and do.their forensics and figure out who done.it so that they can.file criminal charges or or pursue.uh the bad guy that's important uh it's.important that we do that but what's.equally as important.is that we get these critical systems.back up and running particularly again.critical infrastructure state and local.and county government.resources people are relying on these.and they need to get up and running.again.and then one other aspect that the ohio.cyber reserve can perform.and will perform is routine training and.and uh and and helping to prevent.attacks uh helping to helping to harden.our defenses again.if you're gonna get the cyber reserve.units together for periodic training.just like.the national guard would on the weekends.uh every now and then.one of the things they can spend their.weekend training period doing is is.is is examining uh the current state of.defense and helping.offer suggestions about how to.strengthen it.so this has been a great conversation um.we're about 90 days out from the.election as we're speaking today.probably a couple of extra nights here.but what are what's the main.major things that you're focused on as.you get within 90 and 60 days of the.election.um we've got you've been working on the.security side of this and.obviously covet has been um you know a.challenge.um for state and local officials what.are you focused on the last 90 days.just to make sure everything runs.smoothly yeah commissioner you're right.to mention.um you know a lot of pandemic related.things specifically as far as the health.and safety of our poll.workers as well as our voters and making.sure that those polling locations are.set up correctly.you're right to mention that cyber.security continues to be a major focus.we have not and will not take our eyes.off the ball on that.uh in fact one of the things that our.foreign adversaries want us to do.is to be distracted during a crisis that.tends to be the time.that they strike with things like cyber.attacks and so uh.we have actually increased our our.vigilance as it relates to that and.actually good news to report there we've.had uh some uh.uh unsuccessful attacks uh that were.launched against us where we.were able to detect them and combat them.and and the good guys won and the bad.guys lost and.uh and that's something that you know we.don't rest on our laurels because we've.got to be ready to defend our systems.tomorrow and the day after that and on.and on.but the two things that i'm thinking.about more than anything right now.uh are poll worker recruitment and voter.registration and by the way that'll.that'll shift a little bit in a few.weeks.uh but right now what we're focusing on.is we need to remind ohioans to get.registered to vote and if you're if.if you are registered to check your.registration and make sure your address.is up to date if you're not.registered then what are you waiting for.you can do it online at voteohio.gov it.takes just a few minutes and if you are.registered and you've been registered.for years.consider being an evangelist for voter.registration because there's a young.person in your life that turned 18.whether it's one of your own children or.grandchildren.or the kid you know from church or.whatever else and so voter registration.is important in fact.we just launched a collaborative with.the ohio craft brewing association.where beer cans and bottles at over 40.craft brewers in the state of ohio are.going to have information right there on.the can or the bottle about how to.register to vote.including that website voteohio.gov we.call it raise a glass to democracy.and so it's a thing that we've been.going around the state promoting and.i think beer and democracy uh go hand in.hand.a lot of great conversations happen at.the at the.tap rooms and the pubs and that kind of.thing and so uh.why not put a reminder right there on.the beer can or the beer bottle so voter.registration is crucial.uh the other thing though is poll worker.recruitment it takes over 35 000 ohioans.to staff.close to 4 000 polling locations on.election day.and for too long i think we've been.accustomed to you show up.uh on election day uh you're going to be.greeted by one of your neighbors and.they give you your ballot and then on.your way out the door they give you your.i voted sticker well.those folks didn't get there by action.and in many cases they've been doing it.for decades.in many cases our poll workers are into.their 70s and 80s and so are more.concerned about the impacts of the virus.than the rest of us are.and so it's time for us to recruit a.whole new generation of ohioans to take.on this important duty of being a poll.worker and.voteohio.gov defend democracy is the.place to do that and so we're.encouraging.through a whole lot of different means.we're now offering cle credits through.the ohio supreme court is offering cle.credits for lawyers who sign up to be.poll workers it took us a while to get.that done but we got that done through.the ohio supreme court.and we're encouraging businesses around.ohio to give their employees a paid day.off we call it give a day for democracy.that's just two of the ideas 17 year.olds can be poll workers in ohio.as part of our youth at the booth.program there's a whole variety of.things that we're doing to recruit poll.workers and so.those are the the the two things that.we're focused on right now is voter.registration.and poll worker recruitment now in a few.weeks that that transitions to.a full-fledged voter information effort.and it's going to be focused on the fact.that ohioans have three choices and we.want to make sure you know what your.three choices are.that includes four weeks of early voting.four weeks of absentee voting.and safe and healthy and efficient.in-person voting on election day and.then reminding people do not delay.mail in your absentee ballot right away.so that's going to be the focus of the.conversation.here in a few weeks well great um.thank you for this opportunity to talk.to you secretary of the rose we really.appreciate it.good luck in november and we're going to.be launching a.national recruit poll worker recruitment.day hopefully in the next week and.hopefully we can work together on that.because it is.a vital issue as we get closer and.closer to november.with that i'm going to go ahead.secretary rose i would say absolutely uh.and i hope if there's a silver lining.that comes out of this whole pandemic.experience.one of those silver linings could be.that this is the year that we recruited.a whole new generation of poll workers.we'd love to see it we need like i said.35 000.uh again as an old military guy that's.like two full divisions uh.worth of worth of poll workers and so.we're focused on that every day right.now.absolutely thank you secretary laroche.thank you for your time and once again.good luck in november.thank you.

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How to create an electronic signature for the Ohio Secretary Of State Form 525b in Chrome

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  3. On your Ohio Secretary Of State Form 525b , right-click on it and go to open with option. From there, choose CocoSign reader to open the document.
  4. Pick 'My Signature' and put your customized signatures.
  5. Include it on the page where you require it.
  6. Pick 'Done'.
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How to create an electronic signature for the Ohio Secretary Of State Form 525b in Gmail?

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  4. From the sidebar, tick 'Sign'.
  5. Place your electronic signatures.
  6. Customize them in the document where you need to.
  7. Pick 'Done'.

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How to create an e-signature for the Ohio Secretary Of State Form 525b straight from your smartphone?

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  3. Open the document and tick the page where you want to put the electronic signatures.
  4. Pick 'My Signatures'.
  5. Put your electronic signature and include it to the page.
  6. Pick 'Done'.
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How to create an e-signature for the Ohio Secretary Of State Form 525b on iOS?

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  4. From your internal storage, choose the document you need to e-sign.
  5. Open the document and tick the part you want to include your signatures.
  6. Put your electronic signatures and save them in your desired folder.
  7. Save the changes and fax your Ohio Secretary Of State Form 525b .
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How to create an electronic signature for the Ohio Secretary Of State Form 525b on Android?

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  3. Pick on the '+' option and add the document in which you want to include your electronic signatures.
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  5. Customize your e-signature in another pop-up window.
  6. Place it on the page and pick '✓'.
  7. Save changes and fax the file.
  8. You can also share this signed Ohio Secretary Of State Form 525b with other people or upload it on the cloud.

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Ohio Secretary Of State Form 525b FAQs

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How to decide my bank name city and state if filling out a form, if the bank is a national bank?

If your bank is national but has a branch in your town/city you can enter your town/city as the bank's address. Your employer is not relying on the bank's address you enter on the form.

For taxes, does one have to fill out a federal IRS form and a state IRS form?

No, taxes are handled separately between state and federal governments in the United States.The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) is a federal, not state agency. You will be required to fill out the the necessary tax documentation for your federal income annually and submit them to the IRS by April 15th of that year. You can receive extensions for this; but you have to apply for those extensions. As far as state taxes go, 41 states require you to fill out an income tax return annually. They can either mail you those forms or they be downloaded from online. They are also available for free at various locations around the state.Nine states have no tax on personal income, so there is no need to fill out a state tax return unless you are a business owner. Reference: www.irs.gov

Should I be my own registered agent?

To quite an extent, the answer depends on the state in which you will be forming the LLC. In many states, the registered agent is required to be present to accept service of documents at all times during business hours. You probably cannot satisfy that requirement, so it would not be appropriate to act as your LLC's registered agent in such a state. California (where I practice) takes a different approach and uses different terminology, "agent for service of process". CA does not have a requirement that the agent be present during business hours. As a result, it is common for founders to serve as agents for their corporations or LLCs. Furthermore, many CA lawyers (I am one) offer, at no additional charge, to serve as agent for service of process for client entities that they form.

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