- Help Spread the Word about Vote-by-Mail (and voting in general)
- Volunteer with
All Votes Count
- Ohio Election Protection Volunteer Opportunities
- CLE Credit for Attorneys Who Serve as
Poll Workers in November
- Battleground Ohio Cleveland Phone Bank
- Women for Biden Phone Banking on Tuesdays
Bank for Desiree Tims for Congress (10th District)
- Tom Jackson for State Senate
- Betsy Rader for State Senate
- Phil Robinson
for State Representative
- Monique Smith for State Representative
- Joan Sweeny for State Representative
Help spread the word about Voting by Mail!
Encourage your contacts to vote by mail and send in their application NOW.
We have postcards for you!
for pick-up locations
VOTE BY MAIL WORKS:
1) Verify Your Voter Registration Now, and Ask 5 Other to do the Same
2) Request a Ballot for the November 2020 General Election ASAP. There are two ways:
3) Complete and Mail Your Ballot Application. You'll
need a stamp. Allow enough time to receive your ballot in the mail. Mail or deliver the
County Board of Elections
If you have questions about your Vote-by-Mail ballot request,
you should call the Board of Elections at 216-443-VOTE (8683) or you can click here
to track the status of your ballot request on the Board of Elections website at www.443vote.us.
4) Vote. The Board of Elections will mail
ballots on October 6. When you receive your ballot, please don't delay;
complete it as soon as possible. Don't forget to sign it!
your completed ballot in the envelope provided. It is your responsibility to make sure the
ballot has enough postage. Also, timing is important: Ballots must be postmarked by November 2nd. The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) currently estimates
that it may take 2 to 5 days for an Absentee Ballot to be delivered to the Board of Elections by mail. So mail your ballot
as early as you can!
also can drop your ballot off in person (until 7:30 pm on Election Day, November 3rd) to:
Cuyahoga County Board of
Elections, 2925 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115
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,
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
When All Votes Count volunteers are driving voters, they adhere to
the following COVID prevention measures:
- Wear 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 sanitizier available in the car for driver and passenger use.
Ohio Election Protection Volunteer Opportunities 2020
What is Election Protection: The goal of our non-partisan election
protection program is to ensure Ohio voters have the information they need in order to cast their ballot this November. We
work to minimize barriers to the ballot box, particularly for under-represented communities. By creating a simple and satisfying
voting experience, we can empower voters and create a more representative democracy.
The first component of the program is the Election Protection Hotline,
866-OUR-VOTE, the nation's largest non-partisan hotline to ask voting questions and report voting problems. The second
component is a field program for volunteers to promote awareness of the 866-OUR-VOTE Hotline and assist voters with voting
questions or problems.
Who We Are: We are the Ohio Voter Rights Coalition, a network of nonpartisan voter advocates including ACLU of Ohio, All Voting is Local, Common Cause Ohio, the Lawyers'
Committee for Civil Rights under Law, League of Women Voters of Ohio, and more.
From the Supreme Court of Ohio, Commission on Continuing Legal Education:
CLE CREDIT FOR ATTORNEYS WHO SERVE AS
POLL WORKERS DURING THE NOVEMBER 3, 2020 ELECTION
Due to the COVD-19 pandemic, there is an extreme shortage of precinct election officials (poll
workers) across the country. In light of the dire need for new poll workers, the Supreme Court of Ohio issued an order granting CLE credit to volunteer attorneys and judges who serve as poll workers in Ohio during the November 3, 2020
Election. To earn four (4) hours
of general CLE credit, the attorney or judge must complete the Secretary of State Precinct Election Official Training and serve as a poll worker for their county board of elections on Election Day. Additional information can be found in the FAQ on the Supreme Court website. Visit
the PEO Sign Up Page on the Ohio Secretary of State website to sign up to be a Precinct Election Official.
Battleground Ohio Cleveland Phone Bank!
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Now through October 27
All are welcome! RSVP at the link below!
AND CHECK OUT
THE WOMEN FOR BIDEN
Desiree Tims is running to unseat
Republican Michael Turner in Ohio's 10th Congressional District, which includes Montgomery and Greene counties
and parts of Fayette County.
Campaign for Ohio Senate District 24
Volunteer for Tom Jackson, a CDWC-endorsed candidate.
Virtual Phone Bank on Thursdays, 5:30 - 8:00 pm
We will start at 5:30 p.m. with a training session for those who do not have previous
Phone Bank experience. Tom will join us at about 5:45 pm. to provide a campaign update, and then from 6 to 8 pm., we will
be making calls. At 7:00 pm there will be a check-in, then people can continue and are encouraged to make calls through the
We will keep the Zoom open during the call time to allow people to check-in,
ask questions, etc. At 8 pm, we will regroup on the Zoom so you can provide feedback on how the calls went and whether there
are any resources you need.
Betsy Rader Campaign
for Ohio Senate District 18
Find out about volunteer opportunities at
Virtual Phone Bank Training - Sundays at 4 pm
Phil Robinson Campaign for Ohio House
Volunteer for Phil Robinson, a CDWC-endorsed
Monique Smith Campaign
for Ohio House of Representatives, District 16
Help make phone calls or write post cards for Monique
Smith, a CDWC-endorsed candidate.
Joan Sweeny Campaign for Ohio House
of Representatives, District 7
Make phone calls for
Joan Sweeny, a CDWC-endorsed candidate.
Phonebanking is every Tuesday, 5:30-7:00 pm,
with the first 30 minutes as an optional training session/Q&A for new callers.