CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH (WOIO) - Voters in six municipalities may cast ballots in the Sept. 8 Primary Election beginning on Aug.11, when early voting and vote by mail opens.
Vote by mail ballot applications are available online at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections or by calling 216-443-VOTE. Vote by mail applications are also available at all public libraries.
"Vote by mail is an attractive option for the September Primary Election," said Pat McDonald, director of the Cuyahoga County BOE. "The election falls a day after the Labor Day holiday, so many voters will be wrapping up vacations and the new school year will be just underway. When you vote by mail, there is no chance of missing the election at this busy time of year."
The BOE, located at 2925 Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, will be open for early voting on the following dates and times:
Weekdays: Aug. 11-14 from 8-5
Weekdays: Aug. 17-28 from 8-5
Weekdays: Aug. 31-Sept. 4 from 8-7
Saturday: Sept. 5 from 8-4
Sunday: Sept. 6 from 1-5
Voter Registration Deadline:
The voter registration and change of address deadline for the September election is Aug. 10 at 9 p.m. Voters who have not registered, moved, or have changed their name, must complete and return a voter registration card on or before Aug. 10. Registration cards are available online and at all public libraries. If voters have moved, they have the option of updating their address online.
Municipalities and offices in this Election:
Cleveland - City Council Ward 16 - Nonpartisan Primary
Brook Park - City Council Ward 4 - Democratic Primary
Garfield Heights - City Council Ward 2 - Nonpartisan Primary
Lakewood - City Council Ward 3 - Nonpartisan Primary
Maple Heights - Mayor and City Council Ward 7 - Nonpartisan Primary
Solon - City Council Ward 1 - Nonpartisan Primary