The March 17th Presidential Primary Election includes Presidential, Congressional, State Senate, State House, County Council and Judicial candidates. Voters will also decide municipal issues, school issues and a county issue.
On St. Patrick’s Day there will be celebrations, church services, parades and other events. The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections is encouraging voters to cast their ballots early so they are free to participate in St. Patrick’s Day festivities on Election Day.
The voter registration deadline for the Presidential Primary Election of March 17th (St. Patrick’s Day) is February 18th. Make sure you are registered at your current address and that you know your voting location. Visit the Board’s website: www.443VOTE.us to confirm your registration information. You may also register online and at all public libraries.
To Vote-by-Mail or to vote Early In-Person visit the Board of Elections website: www.443VOTE.us. The website provides Vote-by-Mail ballot applications and the Early In-Person voting hours.
Voters are encouraged to use the Board’s website to look up their registration status, voting location, track their Vote-by-Mail ballots, and to find election related deadlines. Voter information is also available by calling 216-443-VOTE (8683).
The Board of Elections is now hiring Precinct Election Officials (PEOs) to assist voters on Election Day. There are also a variety of short and long term jobs available. Individuals may apply online at www.443VOTE.us or call 216-443-6600.
See the flyer here.