October Is Voter Education Month

If you have the right to vote, you also have the responsibility to research.  A listing of voter education resources and links compiled by LWV - Greater Cleveland is available below.

Your Registration, Ballot, and Polling Place:  See the upper left corner of http://www.boe.cuyahogacounty.us to verify your registration, find your polling place, view your ballot, request a vote by mail application, track your ballot, register to vote, and update your address.

Vote by Mail:  If you request a Vote by Mail ballot, please use it.  If you go to the polls instead, you will have to cast a provisional ballot.

Voter Guides:  Links are available here:  http://lwvgreatercleveland.org/observer-reports/voter-guides-forum-video/

Forums and Debates: 

LWVGC President Maryann Barnes has written a letter to the editor about the disturbing trend of incumbent candidates skipping public forums and debates: http://blog.cleveland.com/letters/2014/09/public_debates_letter_to_the_e.html


The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.  The only requirement for membership is a passion for democracy.  Please join us!  http://lwvgreatercleveland.org

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Volume 2, Issue 4, Posted 10:38 AM, 10.01.2014