Mobilizing women to engage in the political
process and run for office at every level of government
Welcome to the CDWC Website!
Find CDWC endorsements here
Polls open 6:30 am to 7:30
Registration Deadline: October 4
Early Voting began October 5
Voting Hours at the Board of Elections
2925 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland
*Weekdays/Oct 12-22**, 8am-5pm
*Weekdays/Oct 25-29, 8am-7pm
Sat/Oct 30, 8am-5pm
Sun/Oct 31, 1-5pm
Mon/Nov 1, 8am-2pm
*Weekdays are denoted as Monday-Friday.
**The Board of Elections
will be closed on Monday, Oct 11 in observance of Columbus Day.
If you request a vote-by-mail/absentee ballot, you may return it, in person (with no postage
needed), to the Board of Elections at 2925 Euclid Ave by 7:30 pm on Nov 2. A secure drop box is available 24/7 behind the
building. If you are mailing your ballot, it must be postmarked on or before Nov 1 and must be received at the Board of Elections
on or before Nov 12 in order to be counted. It is your responsibility
to make sure the ballot has enough postage. Note that postage for a 1-page mailed ballot is 58 cents; a 2-page ballot requires 78 cents.
CDWC'S 12TH ANNUAL BRUNCH & CONVERSATION
DEMOCRATIC WOMEN: TAKING THE LEAD
year's brunch, which took place on Saturday, May 15, was an exhilarating and inspirational virtual
gathering of more than 100 activists, candidates, and elected officials from
all levels of government and from around the state.
Congratulations to our awardees:
thanks to our dynamic speakers:
Shapiro, Linda Striefsky, State Rep. Juanita Brent, Richmond Heights City Councilwoman Kim Thomas, Lana
Moresky, State Sen. Nickie Antonio - and the entire CDWC Steering Committee:
THE CUYAHOGA DEMOCRATIC WOMEN'S CAUCUS WELCOMES
The CDWC accepts gifts via online payment. Please consider supporting
us with your annual membership and with an additional donation of whatever amount is right for you.
Every donation makes a difference in our efforts to
support strong local, county, and state Democratic Party strategists, leaders, and candidates - especially women - to win
at all levels of government.
Remember, you must be a paid member in order to
vote at our endorsement meetings.
The Ohio Supreme
Court, Bar Association, League of Women Voters of Ohio, and others have joined together for "Judicial Votes
Count" (JVC) an online website with information on candidates for judge across the state and with educational
information about what judges do and how to evaluate candidates. You can visit online at www.judicialvotescount.org.
of Women Voters online voter's guide, VOTE411.org, is where you can find essential information that includes voter guides, absentee ballot and early
voting information, biographical information about candidates, and both upcoming candidate forums and videos of forums.
UP THE PRESSURE (just because)!
Please continue to make phone
calls, especially to both of Ohio's senators, Sherrod Brown [Washington,
DC, 202-224-2315; Cleveland, 216-522-7272; Columbus, 888-896-OHIO (6446)] and Rob
Portman [Washington, DC, 292-224-3353; Cleveland, 216-522-7095; Columbus, 614-469-7747]. Make sure they know how you feel about the issues that are important to you.
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 office.