for CDWC's 9th Annual Brunch and Conversation
Democratic Women: Resist, Vote, Run, Win!
Program and payment information is here.
CDWC Candidate and
for May Ballot
21 - Sandra Williams
District 23 - Nickie J. Antonio
District 25 - Kenny Yuko
District 8 - Kent Smith
9 - Janine Boyd
District 10 - Billy L. Sharp
District 11 - Stephanie Howse
12 - Juanita Brent
District 13 - Tom Bullock
District 14 - No Endorsement
16 - Cassimir Svigelj
CUYAHOGA COUNTY EXECUTIVE
CUYAHOGA COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBER
District 3 - Dan Brady
District 7- Yvonne M. Conwell
District 10 - Cheryl Stephens
District 11 - Sunny Simon
Issues - Vote YES:
Issue 1: Congressional Redistricting
Issue 9: Cuyahoga County Health and Human
May 8, 2018 Primary Election
Important Voting Information
- Check your registration
- Know your polling location
- Track your
- Vote by mail application
Dates to note:
- Mar 24 - Military & overseas absentee voting begins (ends May 7)
- Apr 9 - CLOSE OF REGISTRATION
- Apr 10 - Early in-person voting at the Board of Elections begins (includes the Saturday, Sunday, and Monday before Election Day. See hours below)
- Apr 10 - Vote by mail/absentee voting begins (ends May 7). Note that The Cuyahoga County Public Library is promoting VOTE BY MAIL WEEK, from Sunday, April 8 through Saturday
April 14. During this time you may bring your completed Vote by Mail application to any Cuyahoga
County Public Library branch during regular hours and save a stamp! IMPORTANT: The Library cannot accept
actual absentee ballots. Ballots must be mailed by the voter through the U.S. Postal Service or dropped off in person
at the Board of Elections.
- May 5 - Noon
- Deadline for applications by mail for an absentee ballot to be mailed
7 - Early in-person voting at the Board of Elections ends
7 - All vote by mail/absentee ballots mailed anywhere in the U.S. must be postmarked on or before this
date and received at the Board of Elections on or before May 18 in order to be counted
- May 8 - All overseas vote by mail ballots must be signed and submitted for mailing
by 12:01 am EDT on or before this date and received on or before May 18 in order to be counted
- May 8 - ELECTION DAY - polls open 6:30 am - 7:30 pm - Provisional voting at the
Board of Elections
- May 8 - Voters may to drop off absentee ballot at the Board of Elections office until 7:30 pm.
EARLY IN-PERSON VOTING HOURS
Apr 10-13: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Apr 16-20: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Apr 30: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
IN-PERSON VOTING HOURS FOR MAY
May 1-4: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
May 5: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
May 6: 1:00
pm - 5:00 pm
May 7: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
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.
It's time to address gerrymandering in Ohio’s
Learn more, get updates…
…about the Fair Districts proposal and
congressional redistricting reform campaign. Go to the websites of:
Fair Districts = Fair Elections
League of Women Voters of Ohio
a good summary of where things stand click here for the winter issue of the "Ohio Voter" - the newsletter of the LWV of Ohio.
County petition staging locations:
Anyone interested in continuing to help the redistricting reform effort can visit
these locations to sign a petition, pick up a petition booklet for collecting signatures, drop off completed booklets, and
get more information. To view a list of these locations and hours, click here.
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.
Looking for meetings, marches, rallies, or other action near
you and around Ohio?
ProgressOhio's Progressive Action Calendar
35 E. Gay Street, Ste. 404, Columbus,
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.