EARLY VOTING IS HAPPENING NOW!
- Voting by mail; voting in person
If you're worried that you won't receive your Vote-by-Mail ballot in time...
- If you requested a mail-in ballot and now want to vote in person...
- What ID do I need to bring when I vote?
- Non-partisan Election
WHERE WE ARE WITH VOTE BY MAIL:
1) The deadline for requests is October 31, but now that we are so close to the election, we recommend that you vote in person, either at the Board of Elections or on Election Day.
you have received your ballot, please don't delay; complete it
as soon as possible:
- Fill out your
ballot fully. Don't forget to sign it!
not tear off the perforated tab at the bottom of the ballot; it's needed to ensure your ballot is counted.
- Place your ballot in the inner ID envelope, and then write your ID number
and date of birth, and sign on the outside of the envelope.
- Place the ID envelope into the outer mailing envelope.
- Put only one ballot in each envelope! If you put multiple voters' ballots in the same envelope, they will not
3) Please don't mail your ballot now. Drop it off at the 24-hour
drop box until 7:30 pm on Election Day, November 3rd: Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, 2925 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115. The box is in the
parking lot behind the building, accessible from East 30th Street. A second ballot collection site is now available in
the parking lot at Campus International School, across from the Board of Elections on the southeast corner of E. 30th and
Chester Ave. Enter from E. 30th St. (This is not a 24-hour drop box; the hours can be found here.) Note that only an immediate family member (spouse, child, or close relative) may deliver
a ballot for another person. Need a ride?
If you make a mistake while filling
out your ballot (and you still have your ballot in-hand), you can call the Board of Elections (216-443-8683) and request a
new ballot. You can also send questions to email@example.com. EARLY, IN-PERSON VOTING AT THE BOARD OF ELCTIONS: Early voting hours can be found here.
VOTING ON ELECTION DAY:
Want to vote in person at your neighborhood polling location
on Election Day?
You can vote all day (6:30 am-7:30 pm) on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd.
Ohio law requires that every voter, upon appearing at the polling
place to vote on Election Day, must provide proof of identity. Find information on
voter identification requirements here. Do you
need help or know someone who needs help getting to the Board of Elections to vote early, drop off their ballot, or go to
the polls on Election Day?
Call All Votes Count at 216-801-1101 and leave your name and number, and you
will receive a call about arrangements.
When All Votes Count volunteers are
driving voters, they adhere to the following COVID prevention measures:
a face mask and if weather permits, keep car window(s) open;
- Voter(s) - no more than 2 at a time sit on each side of the back seat for social distancing;
- Have extra masks and hand sanitizer available in the car for driver and passenger
Many people are concerned that their
VoteByMail ballot hasn't arrived.
I applied for a vote by
mail ballot, but now I want to vote in person. What can I do?
you applied to vote-by-mail, you cannot vote a regular ballot at your polling place on Election Day - you will be given a
provisional ballot. But you ARE allowed to vote a regular ballot during Early In-Person Voting at the Board of Elections, beginning October 6.
Do I need a photo ID to vote
in Ohio? NO.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
Attorneys and Voting Rights specialists are here to help, support, and answer your voting and election questions.
REPORT ANY and ALL ISSUES with voter access, misinformation, intimidation, etc.