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The Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE) GoVoter Project survey seeks feedback from voters with disabilities

by the SABE GoVoter Project (December 2018, Plain Press) “Having a disability is not the problem with voting, it is having the accessible equipment, accessible location, and the respect to do so.” – Nancy Ward, Oklahoma People First    If you voted in the 2018 General Election, how did you cast your ballot…mail in, early voting or on … Continue reading

Why Vote?

by Randy Cunningham  (Plain Press, November 2018)        We are hard core activists working in the electoral arena. We’ve got the talking points. We’ve got the walk lists. We’ve got the voting records of voters going back sixteen years for each precinct. We’ve got the polling data that makes us depressed or elated. We are the ones … Continue reading

General Election voting information

(Plain Press, November 2018)        The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6th. Polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. To view a ballot ahead of time or check your polling location visit boe.cuyahogacounty.org.    Early voting at the Board of Elections (2925 Euclid Avenue) will be available on Saturday November 3 from … Continue reading

General Election voting information

(Plain Press, October 2018)           If you are not yet registered to vote and would like to vote in the November 6thGeneral Election, you can still register to vote up until October 9th.  Voter registration forms are available at local Cleveland Public Library branches and at local high schools. You can also register online at the Cuyahoga County … Continue reading

League of Women Voters back Ohio Issue One

(Plain Press, May 2018)       The League of Women Voters are backing Ohio State Issue One with a volunteer presence out in the community as well as with information on their website. If it passes, Issue One will change the way Ohio draws up congressional district boundaries. Literature from the League of Women Voters of Ohio … Continue reading

Primary Election set for Tuesday, May 8th

(Plain Press, May 2018) The Primary Election will be held on Tuesday May 8th. On election day, the polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. According to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, you will need one of the following forms of identification to vote: a current and valid Ohio driver’s license, … Continue reading

May 8thPrimary Election features a variety of contests and some issues

  (Plain Press, April 2018)       Early voting for the May 8thPrimary Election will begin on April 10th, 2018. If you are not yet registered to vote, the deadline to register and still vote in the primary election is April 9th. You can register at a local library, a public high school, an Ohio Bureau … Continue reading

November 7th General Election Results – Candidates in contested races  

(Plain Press, December 2017) Mayor of Cleveland           Number of Votes    Percentage Frank G. Jackson                 35,506                       59.6% Zack Reed                            24,116                       40.4% Total                                       59.622   Cleveland City Council Ward 3                       Number of Votes    Percentage Kerry McCormack    2,692                          84.7% Logan E. Fahey          486                          15.3% Total                           3,178   Ward 11                    Number of Votes    Percentage Dona … Continue reading

Candidates respond to Plain Press candidate questionnaire

(Plain Press, November 2017)      The Plain Press sent out candidate questionnaires to both mayoral candidates as well as City Council candidates in Ward 3, Ward 11, Ward 12, Ward 14 and Ward 15. Only two candidates responded – Ward 3 City Council Candidate Logan E. Fahey and Ward 14 City Council Candidate Jasmin Santana. Below … Continue reading

General Election ballot will feature a variety of candidates and issues

(Plain Press, October 2017) The upcoming General Election will feature contests for the position of Mayor of Cleveland and all seventeen positions on Cleveland City Council. There are positions in our court system and local and state issues on the ballot as well. Early voting begins on October 11th. The General Election will be held … Continue reading

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