Welcome to the CDWC Web site!
To ensure that Democrats win, and win big, please sign
up to work for Hillary and other Democrats on the ballot. To help you connect with the
organizer in your community, we have posted the list below. We can also help you find contacts for candidates in local races.
The campaigns are all in need of volunteers, and there are
many opportunities to help -- phone banking (see below), voter registration, canvassing, writing postcards, and working at
the polls (see below)
Cuyahoga County is organized
east and west; Cleveland is organized by wards and geographic areas.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR PHONE BANKING
Every Tuesday and Thursday
5:30 - 8:30 pm
County Democrat Party Headquarters
Ave, 2nd Floor Room 3102D
Cleveland, OH 44114
POLL OBSERVERS AND POLL WORKERS NEEDED
Below is information
specific volunteer opportunities: Poll Observers and Poll Workers. More than 500 volunteers are needed for our county. It's not necessary that volunteers for these roles be lawyers, but lawyers
and law students bring a good skill set for these roles. The objective is simple: To ensure that
every eligible voter can register, that every registered voter can vote, and that every vote is accurately counted. That's
why the work you would be doing is so critical.
Protection Team / 2016 Poll Observer
POLL OBSERVERS ARE IMPORTANT: Poll Observers are the campaign's eyes and ears inside of polling locations. They
volunteer on behalf of Democrats up and down the ticket to help break down barriers to voting by making sure that all laws
and rules are applied fairly and letting us know about issues at the polls as they arise.
HOW YOU BECOME A POLL OBSERVER: Poll Observers are registered Ohio voters credentialed by the
Democratic Party. We will assign you to a high priority polling location and ensure that you have the training, information,
and credentials that you will need on Election Day. Please keep an eye on your inbox for important updates from our team,
including your assigned location, training information, and your official Poll Observer credentials.
OBSERVER REQUIREMENTS :
- Be at your
assigned polling location from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. or 30 minutes after your poll closes (whichever is later) on Election
Day, November 8.
- Attend a training session in October. A member of our Voter Protection
team will be in touch with more information on the dates and times available as we get closer to Election Day.
- Be a currently registered voter in the state of Ohio.
Voter Protection Team / 2016 Poll Worker
WHY POLL WORKERS ARE IMPORTANT: The
most direct and effective way of assuring that every eligible vote is counted is to have qualified and motivated Poll Workers.
The right to vote is the foundation of our democratic process. Making sure that voting laws are fairly and accurately enforced
is an essential step toward ensuring that every eligible Ohioan can participate in this critical election.
HOW YOU BECOME A POLL WORKER: As
a Poll Worker, you will help make sure that these straightforward goals are realized. Poll Workers work for every one of Ohio's
Boards of Elections to administer the election and having dedicated people like you is the best way for the process to go
smoothly and quickly.
WORKER REQUIREMENTS: Poll Workers are hired by the local Boards of Elections. We will help you through the process,
but cannot guarantee that any individual will be finalized as a Poll Worker. Poll Workers must meet the following requirements:
- Registered to vote in Ohio;
- Never been convicted of a felony;
for one day of training by the County Board of Elections
from 6:00 am-8:00 pm on Election Day November 8.
If you are ready to commit to help protect the right to vote,
Regional Voter Protection Director for Cuyahoga County
Ohio Democratic Party. http://Ohiodems.org
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Cuyahoga Democratic Women's Caucus is a chapter of the Ohio Democratic Women's Caucus, which is an official caucus
of the Ohio Democratic Party. We are dedicated
to bringing women into the political process by educating, engaging, and mobilizing women voters to help elect Democrats to