Voting 1,2,3

STEP 1: Make sure you are registered to vote where you live now. 

Step 2: Find out what you will be voting for. All ballots are not the same. Depending on where you live, there will be different issues and candidates.

To update your voting info, call the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections: 216-443-VOTE (8683)

PRO TIP: Make note of your Ward and Precinct. You'll need it for Step 2.

A short guide for Cuyahoga County Voters

Trust us, nobody knows everything about what's on a ballot. No worries! These sites can help:



In Ohio, we have 30 days to vote each election. As we learned from the public health emergency and the 2020 primary election, voting by mail should be your preferred method moving forward. It's easy and those ballots get counted first on election night. You must request a vote by mail ballot. Ballots are mailed beginning 30 days before the actual election date. You can return your completed ballot by mail or drop it in the box in the parking lot of the board of elections at 30th and Euclid Avenue. 

Make sure your family and friends are registered to vote and help them request a ballot to vote by mail. 

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